On December 10, 2018 the Instructor Certification process changed. The new Instructor Certification process will be done online via the MPTC Acadis Portal. This process eliminates the need for submitting paper applications.
Separate from the instructor certification process is the process by which the MPTC pays some instructors to provide training. This requires the instructor to enter into a contract with the Commonwealth to provide instructional services.
The MPTC is in the process of scheduling this year's in-service train-the-trainer classes.
This course is a 5 day Instructor Certification program required for those interested in teaching CPR/AED/First Responder within your department or for all MPTC programs (Recruit, Reserve, In-Service & Specialized Training).
Recertification training requirement to maintain certification as an MPTC CPR and First Responder Instructional Trainer.
This course is a mandatory 3 year re-certification for all MPTC Defensive Tactics Instructors. Attendees will receive updates and a review of the Defensive Tactics Curriculum.
Completing this course will upgrade current Certified Level II Firearms Instructors to Level III Firearms Instructor.
The Law Enforcement Advanced Casualty Care Certification (LEACC) is for firearms instructors to be certified in advanced life saving techniques that ultimately may save an officers life.
The Level I Basic Firearms Instructor 12 Day Course authorizes the instructor to recertify law enforcement personnel in his/her department or neighboring departments.
Levels I and II Firearms Instructors are required to attend Re-certification training yearly.
Level III Firearms Instructors are required to attend a re-certification training every year prior to December 31st of each year.
This course will update current instructors with new NHTSA Core, Radar and Lidar curriculum for delivery at recruit and specialized trainings.
This Course is to train and certify officers on the operations and use of the Range 3000/MILO simulation training system, enabling them to independently use it to provide training to police officers.
This program is a prerequisite to becoming an instructor for the MPTC and its sponsored programs. Instructor trainers must attend this course prior to teaching for the MPTC and it's sponsored programs.
40 hour course for officers who want to teach the NHTSA Radar and Lidar Course for the MPTC and authorized academies.
This 40 hour training program prepares officers to effectively administer and instruct the NHTSA SFST training programs.