The International Law Enforcement Educators and Trainers Association (ILEETA) will conduct its 2022 International Training Conference and Expo at the St. Louis Union Station Hotel in St. Louis, MO on March 14-19, 2022. Developed for criminal justice instructors, this conference has a two-pronged focus: keeping officers alive and safe from harm, and improving instructional delivery to criminal justice professionals.
We are actively seeking presentation proposals for this conference. Along with the scheduled training tracks, we will also be hosting a number of specialized instructor certification programs and armorer courses. There will be eight training tracks; Instructor/Armorer Certification, Instructor Development, Management & Administration of Training, Officer Safety/Use of Force, Firearms Training/Deadly Force, Live Fire Firearms Training, Defensive Tactics and Other Specialized Topics. You must be an ILEETA member in good standing to instruct at an ILEETA conference.
Members whose proposals are selected will automatically be registered for the conference and their tuition waived.
Courses of 2 and 4 hours, (actually 1:45 and 3:45 in length) are the most popular with conference attendees. The shorter training blocks permit them more flexibility in planning their conference. Only two hour blocks of training are repeated. Generally 8 hour blocks of training are reserved for certification and armorer courses or courses involving off site instruction.
Courses specifically requested for 2022 by ILEETA members at the 2021 conference include: Remington 870 armorer, 1911 armorer, off duty encounters, interpersonal communication, de-escalation techniques, body worn cameras, pre-attack indicators, detecting terrorists, NARCAN, legal updates, crowd control, emotionally/mentally disturbed persons, media relations, creating a multi-agency shooting review team, EVOC, leadership, FTO/PTO, less lethal, PowerPoint for new trainers, excited delirium, expert testimony, use of force report writing, C.I.T. training, early warning systems, community policing/relations.
Note: You will need your member username and password to login and submit your online course proposal (unless you are already logged in).