Low light opposed is our three day program that was created to combine our 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.
Our goal is to aid in building confidence during low light structure work and help reduce the “lag time” during common issues found in structure procedures. This course will help to create a better understanding of reduced personnel patrol structure mechanics (2-3 man) and close quarter battle procedures combined with Reality Based Training (RBT) and Non-Lethal Training Ammunition (NLTA) and Non-Lethal Weapons.
Students will be introduced to CQB workshops, force on target, light force and finally force on force. Low light opposed will validate techniques & applications through force on target then evolving to force on force. Come prepared mentally & physically.
- U.S. Citizen
- Able to legally carry a firearm
- Able to demonstrate and employ safe weapons handling during courses of fire
- Previous intermediate to advanced firearms training to include courses of fire where movement, barricades, working around others, communicating and adverse shooting positions were addressed
Bryan Veliz began his career as a state law enforcement officer with the Val Verde County Sheriff’s Office in 2012 serving as an active patrol officer for several years. As a Patrol Officer within in his first two years on the field he was assigned as a member of the agency’s Special Response Team where he later was responsible for instructing firearms training and qualifications.
Bryan has attended over several training courses regarding the fundamental’s, mechanics, and safety standards of programs and continues to train every year. Bryan continues to serve in law enforcement in addition to being the founder and lead instructor with SlyTac Training Solutions, LLC before joining forces with Centrifuge Training, LLC as as full time instructor for two years.
While with Centrifuge Training he was responsible as a lead instructor for various programs i.e. VCQB, injured shooter & low light applications along with managing the database and creating or revamping material.
Additionally, Bryan also provided ballistic data collection for TRIARC Systems, LLC in gathering, recording and assimilating data for various weapon platforms.