How to Host a Training Program in Your Classroom or Training Facility
In addition to delivering training in our domestic training facilities in Georgia, South Carolina, Maryland and New Mexico, the Federal Law Enforcement Training Centers (FLETC) deliver law enforcement training programs via host agencies throughout the United States. Agencies who host our programs are normally expected to provide training or classroom space and assist with marketing the class. FLETC will typically provide everything else necessary to deliver the training program, including instructors, handouts and supplies.
Who can be a Host?
A host is normally a state, local, campus or tribal law enforcement agency that:
- has a need or interest in one or more of our training programs
- has free access to a suitable classroom where training can be conducted and
- is willing to get the word out and promote the training in and around their jurisdiction. (FLETC will market to fill the class.)
What is required to become a Host?
- Go to our state and local training webpage (www.fletc.gov/osl) and select “Tuition-Free Training Programs” on the left side of the screen.
- Determine which training program(s) you would like to host.
- Complete and submit the form below.
*If your agency needs a particular type of training and you do not see it on our website, please send us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org and we will try to accommodate your needs.)
If you need additional information, contact us at:
- Call: 1-800-743-5382
- Email: email@example.com - put “Host Training” in the subject line