Instructor Development Seminar

Instructor Development Seminar

August 21, 2024

Franklin Templeton

One Franklin Parkway

San Mateo, CA 94403

8am - 5pm

Hosted by the San Mateo Police Department

$198.00

Let’s face it: teaching cops can be a challenge. Cops can be a tough audience and when your teaching cops from your own agency it’s even more difficult.

Did you know there are some simple things you can do that will automatically command their attention? It’s true. It’s also true that there are some things you should NEVER say and do when you are teaching because they are guaranteed to destroy rapport and sink the whole presentation!

At the Savage Training Group, we take teaching very seriously. Our instructors are constantly learning and perfecting their craft. Now we would like to share some of our best practices with you and help make you a better teacher.

This presentation is perfect for any law enforcement officer who is an instructor regardless or the topic. Whether you teach in a classroom or just give small lectures to your students before range day, this seminar is for you.

Curriculum Includes:

  • How to open your class and what to NEVER say!
  • How to command the attention of your students
  • How to avoid “Death by Power Point” when you have to use Power Point
  • Classroom management techniques
  • How to use group work and exercises that actually work
  • Challenging students and personalities
  • Making information stick

Join us for this one-time event and learn how to become a captivating teacher!

Scott Savage | Founder of Savage Training GroupDominic Gamboa

Scott Savage is the Founder of the Savage Training Group. He recently retired from the Santa Clara Police Department (CA) after 24 years of law enforcement service. He has won several awards for teaching including being selected by the International Law Enforcement Training Network as their 2021 Instructor of the Year. Dom Gamboa is a Senior Instructor with the Savage Training Group. He retired from the San Francisco Police Department and now serves as a Sergeant with the Broadmoor Police Department (CA). Dom sits on several boards with California POST and conducts quality assessment evaluations of training throughout the state. Dom teaches our popular FTO training courses.

Payment Methods

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