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Instructional Techniques for Non-Lethal Training Ammunition (ITNTA)

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The Instructional Techniques for Non-Lethal Training Ammunition (ITNTA) is a three and a half day advanced train-the-trainer program. It is designed to provide information and training in the safe use of non-lethal training ammunition and in developing use of force scenario-based training for agency firearms instructors.

This program is designed to be conducted in the field (export) at any federal, state,tribal or local law enforcement agency’s training facility. Exporting this program to field sites makes the training more accessible to non-lethal training instructors and allows them to better understand NLTA applications in training while utilizing their existing facilities.

Type: Advanced

Length: 3.5 class days


  • Guidelines for Role Players
  • Interactive Training
  • NLTA Supplement to Training
  • Personnel for Conducting Interactive Training with NLTA
  • Phases of Training
  • Scenario Development and Other NLTA Applications
  • Survival Stress, Mental Preparation and Crisis Rehearsals
  • Training Weapons, Ammunition, Protective Equipment, Facilities


Instructors assigned to coordinate and work with these programs have a significant background in law enforcement/military and special weapons training. The instructional staff includes personnel from federal, military, state and municipal law enforcement agencies. All instructors assigned to teach in these programs attend special instructor training programs in the disciplines assigned.

Prerequisites for Attendance

For acceptance into this program, the applicant must meet the following criteria: pass a FLETC health screening; is an agency designated firearms or use of force instructor who has graduated from an instructor training program and currently serves as a full-time law enforcement officer or active military. The Program Manager recommends that the applicant be a graduate of an instructor development course offered by a recognized training academy. The applicant should be highly motivated and have a minimum of one year experience as either a firearms or use of force instructor, with sufficient knowledge of agency and job requirements to effectively formulate and evaluate training program objectives.

Additional Information

Upon request, this program is also available as an export to an agency’s location.

Contact Information

If you need additional information or have questions about the advanced training programs offered by FAD, please refer to the contact information below.

FAD, Building 166
1131 Chapel Crossing Road
Glynco, GA  31524

Telephone:  912-267-2278

Training Dates

G_ITNTA-409 / Glynco, GA -- Sep 16, 2014 to Sep 19, 2014