Low light opposed is Centrifuge Training’s three day program that was created to combine their low light applications courses with reality based training with non-lethal training ammunition. Low light opposed focuses on how to effectively work in a low light environment while understanding the primary flashlight applications, techniques, and search methods on the carbine & handgun platform. While introducing students to reality based training exercises under low light conditions to validate techniques & applications through force on target then evolving to force on force. Come prepared mentally & physically.
- Weapons safety
- Why the need for low-light training
- Data driven
- Human based behavior
- Low light anatomy, principles, theory & applications
- Light selection (handheld/weapon mounted)
- Gear selection and placement
- Movement & workspace
- Positional work
- Reload and weapon malfunctions under low light
- Transitional work
- Positive threat identification
- Structure mechanics
- NLTA (non-lethal training ammunition) & RBT (reality based training)
Course structure / schedule:
- Day 1: 14:00 – 0:00
- Carbine/Handgun live fire workup
- Day 2: 14:00 – 0:00
- Handgun NLTA (non-lethal training ammunition) & RBT (reality based training)
- Day 3: 14:00 – 0:00
- Carbine/Handgun NLTA (non-lethal training ammunition) & RBT (reality based training)
About Centrifuge Training
The centrifuge is a simple yet effective machine. It can be found in laboratories rotating at high speeds utilized as a process of discovery, isolating and refining its contents.
It is this same systematic, data driven approach Centrifuge, LLC utilizes in delivering pragmatic solutions to the modern problem solver.
As a law enforcement driven company Centrifuge, LLC specializes in vehicle based tactics (VCQB), low light and structure problem solving, K-9 integration, performance based skill building, range development / management / operations, instructor development and product consulting.
About Bryan Veliz
Bryan began his career as a state law enforcement officer in 2012 serving as an active patrol officer for several years. Within his first two years in the field, he was assigned as a member of his agency’s Special Response Team where he later was responsible for conducting firearms training and qualifications, as well as the instruction of both pistol and carbine weapons platforms. Bryan holds several Law Enforcement and Firearms Instructor certifications and continues to serve in law enforcement.