Course length is dependent on client needs & capabilities
There has never been a greater need for trained personnel to operate complex Electronic Counter Measures (ECM) systems in the Force Protection (FP) and Improvised Explosive Device Disposal (IEDD) roles. C-T Watch, Inc works with the best to provide an unparalleled pedigree in creating training systems to meet the demands of the asymmetric threat for Military and Law Enforcement agencies. We utilize former military ECM advisors with extensive experience in FP and IEDD to deliver our training in this area. C-T Watch works with the original independent Counter RCIED training provider with advanced level Signals personnel and although others have since claimed to offer a similar service, we are still the preferred choice of some of the most high profile security organizations, military units and law enforcement agencies internationally. Whatever the level of Counter RCIED training required, we have the core courseware and the agility to create a focused learning experience that is class leading.
EOD ECM: Being able to integrate Radio Frequency (RF) knowledge into an Improvised Explosive Device Disposal (IEDD) environment and provide accurate and potentially lifesaving threat related advice to the Explosive Ordnance Disposal (EOD) commander brings an enhanced capability to both military and police EOD teams.
FP ECM: Over the last ten years there has been a primary focus on the procurement and deployment of Electronic Counter Measures (ECM) for Force Protection (FP) purposes. FP is applied to both mounted and dismounted assets with variations in operational considerations for each.
ECM FSR: We have prolonged involvement with providing Field Support Representative (FSR) personnel or FSR training in support of overseas equipment deployments. This course follows a template that we lay down and provide for our own FSR staff prior to traveling overseas and is designed to capture the fundamental skills needed to support complex electronic systems such as Electronic Counter Measures (ECM) in remote locations.
ECM T3: We believe that training belongs to the customer and is evolved to meet their needs. The Train the Trainer (T3) course adheres to that philosophy by providing the student with an underpinning knowledge of Electronic Counter Measures (ECM), allowing them to return to their unit and provide a basic level of instruction to personnel who will operate or maintain ECM systems. The course is delivered by instructors with over 20 years of experience in Electronic Warfare (EW) and ECM and covers both technical and tactical elements. Basic instructional techniques are covered and recommended lesson plans provided to enable the student to create training solutions that meet their own individual organizational needs.
Technical Exploitation: Counter Improvised Explosive Device (CIED) is reliant upon effective evaluation and mitigation of the threat. A fundamental part of analyzing and evaluating the threat is exploitation of incidents and finds of bomb making equipment (BME). BME could be complete devices, individual component sets or tooling to facilitate the creation of IED devices. The Radio Controlled Improvised Explosive Device (RCIED) requires additional skills due to the addition of frequency & modulation interrogation on top of the standard assessment of device construction and electronics. This technical exploitation course provides revision on basic electronics, IED & RCIED electronics as well as Radio Frequency (RF) basics. Forensic awareness, scene of crime analysis and component identification is also covered as the student is taken through the threat cycle and subsequent waveform/counter measures development.
ECM Supervisor: Our experience of planning and deploying effective countermeasures against threats at home and overseas mean we are the number one company for training ECM Advisors in preparation for command positions. The ECM Supervisors course begins with the fundamentals of ECM and its impact upon the local electromagnetic spectrum (EMS). The course then progresses through the key command and control elements of effective deployment, the threat assessment and the threat cycle, waveform design, development and testing, health & safety considerations and exploitation fundamentals.
WHO NEEDS TO ATTEND:
Bomb Squad personnel, Military EOD, Special Operations Forces, Government Technical Operations personnel, and SWAT Team personnel.