The GCTactical Handcuffing & Use of Force Training Program will ensure you receive the proper training and knowledge in the use of Handcuffs and Expandable Baton.
Online & In-class Training Available.
This 8 hour training program provides the candidate with proper Take-Down Techniques, Subject Control Tactics, as well as Ground Defense Techniques. A Use of Force Competency Certification Card is provided upon successful completion of the program. This program contains both handcuffing, as well as the expandable baton component.
The program and certification is currently recognized and is in use by major corporations and private security agencies in Canada, USA, Europe, Asia, Australia and the Middle East.
Upon completion of the training program, you will receive a digital copy of your certificate sent by email, as well as a physical copy of your certificate and a wallet card mailed to your home address.
The online program can be completed from your home computer, laptop or smart phone. This program can be completed on your own time and pace.
GCT is an Internationally Recognized Use of Force System which has been modified from current police procedures to accommodate the specific training requirements of the Private Security Industry.
The GCT Use Of Force training program is recognized and in use internationally. This program has been reviewed by a court recognized Use of Force subject matter expert and has been awarded a letters of recommendation.
Use of Force certifications require annual recertification as recommended by international courts and current police and private security policies.
Most training programs only provide basic or passive handcuffing techniques, however, the GC Tactical Use of Force training program provides passive handcuffing training, active resistant handcuffing, takedown arrest techniques, knife defense as well as expandable baton.
Upon completion of the Use of Force Training program, you will receive the following:
Use of Force certifications require annual recertification as recommended by international courts.