EPISODE 30

TrAINING WITH ROLE PLAYERS AND OP-FOR

Dec 1, 2018 | Podcast | 0 comments

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Reality based training with opposing force and other role players

What about “reality” are you trying to simulate when you run scenario based training? How do you explain to your role players what you want them to do? These are some of the questions we are going to address in this episode about training with role players and opposition forces. Using reality based training is an invaluable tool and one of the areas often neglected beyond initial training in the military and public safety. Good training relies heavily on dedicated instructors and quality role players.
 
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