Jefferson County Criminal Justice Center and Rising Tide Community Training | Madison, IN

Indiana Physical Tactics Instructors are required to be both standing and ground certified by 2025. EFC satisfies both requirements (Class III/C)

August 5-9, 2024


The purpose of this instructor course is to create effective LE Professionals. The course is designed to equip them with the knowledge and skills necessary to train and lead their peers in an effort to raise the standard of training as it pertains to combatives, defensive tactics, and use of force situations.

Instructor(s): TBD

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5 Days (40 Hours)

 Certification Criteria:
  • 5 Days/40 Hours In-Person Training
  • Effective Demonstration of Employing Course Objectives
  • Pass Final Exam 
NCP# 23699-2308

EFC Instructor

 Certification Expiration:
  • Certification Expires 2 Year Past Certification Completion Date
  • Certification Renewals Available 
 Material Needed for Class:
  • Water, Lunch, Snacks
  • Holster or Duty Belt w/ Training (Blue) Gun
  • Wrestling Shoes or Sneakers (No Boots)
  • Handcuffs & Handcuff Key
  • BDU-style Pants & T-shirt/Athletic Top
  • Mobile Device (Phone, Laptop, Tablet) With Ability to Connect to the Internet
  • MMA Gloves 
  • Mouth Guard (Optional)
  • NOGI or GI for Lunch BJJ Rolls (Optional)
  • What's included?

    Tailored to Law Enforcement Officers

    Designed for experienced, proactive, and open-minded LEOs looking to train and lead others in effective combatives tactics.


    Over 250+ years combined experience from our instructor cadre using field proven science driven fitness and combatives. 

    24X7 Access

    24x7 access to our platform where you can explore resources, continue your professional development, share thoughts and ideas, increase your connection, get assistance from our Subject Matter Experts to include case law and expert documentation.


    Learning relevant to immediate application designed for you to be in charge of your own personal growth and professional development.