Remote IED Render Safe Training

Extremists’ use of stand-off initiation devices has expanded the potential threat to Explosive Ordnance Disposal (EOD) Operators investigating suspicious packages/vehicles.

Tactical Electronics’ Remote IED Render Safe Training is designed in collaboration with the agency’s Bomb Squad Commander and/or Training Coordinator. The focal point of this training comprises a combination of practical lessons and situational training exercises (STXs) for team engagement. This training can be part of a modular development plan, a progressive training program, or simply used to validate a Bomb Squad’s operational readiness or capabilities. During training, attendees will be encouraged to practice their remote operating skills based on logical threat assessment and good choice of weapons and tools.

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COURSE DELIVERABLES
Printed Course Reference Material
Course Certificate

COURSE AVAILABILITY
Military Explosive Ordnance Disposal (EOD) Operators or Hazardous Devices School (HDS) Certified Bomb Technicians

COURSE DURATION
5 Days (40 hours)

PREREQUISITES
NONE

TRAINING TOPICS

  • The Radio Controlled Improvised Explosive Device (RCIED) Threat
  • Remote Render Safe Procedures Best Practices, Including RCIED
  • Remote IED Philosophy
  • Advanced EW/Electronic Countermeasure (ECM) Environment IED Threat Assessment
  • ECM Philosophy & Deployment Options
  • ECM Capabilities, Vulnerabilities, Interoperability Issues, & Employment Considerations Across the Continuum of Operational Environments
  • Advanced Threat Assessment
  • Advanced uses of EOD Tools
  • Proper ECM Equipment Selection, Use & Deployment
  • Counter-RCIED Practical Exercises

TRAINING TEAM

Tactical Electronics’ Remote IED Render Safe Training Team includes some of the industry’s most experienced instructor cadre and the finest manufacturers of proprietary ECM equipment.  Our training team currently provides ECM training to a multitude of domestic Federal, State, and local Law Enforcement Agencies.