IPC Training results should always be measured in live fire, and in some cases, IPC is able to guarantee live fire results as part of RDP contracts.
Scope of Training
The scope of IPC training is the initial step. Planning, preparation, and solid courseware are all fundamental to results driven training. Following preparation, IPC is proud to offer training that leads to guaranteed outcomes.
Study ahead - Trainees benefit greatly from having some course knowledge prior to onsite training.
Classroom - Setting expectations, establishing a shared understanding of key concepts, and defining "WIIFM" or “What's In It For Me,” are all benefits of structured classroom instruction.
Virtual (Simulation, Synthetic, VR) - High repetition training, provided in a safe format, under close supervision offers tremendous potential for benefit. Since 2007, IPC has established past performance in making these technologies payoff, as they were intended, real benefits.
Live Range - The primary measurement for success of the RDP should be live range performance. It is widely accepted as the benchmark for qualifications and allows trainees to demonstrate the skills they have acquired prior and during training.
Immersive Close Quarters Battle - Larger format trainings, focusing on unit level coordination and joint response are an important offering.
IPC is prepared to provide hands-on instruction or can support an existing training cadre.
Live fire training opportunities should be seen as premium time. Trainees get greater benefit from the live fire opportunities, based on building fundamental skills in the other venues, such as dry fire stations and using synthetic or simulation systems.
IPC prides itself on being able to support other cadres. Shown here, IPC has the privilege of working with Invictus International, offering their world-class live fire training in a synthetic learning environment.
IPC is proud to be flexible and adaptable, and able to support U.S. allied training requirements wherever and whenever they exist.