Basic Level 1 CQB (Close Quarters Battle)
Tactical Advanced Live Shooting Carbine/Rifle course
WHO IS THIS COURSE FOR?
The course is designed for any private security operative, individual or groups, military or non-military to gain their weapons proficiency which is now a pre-requisite for many or most security contracting companies working within the armed security sector.
The UCP basic CQB Level 1 course teaches the basics of Room Entry. During CQB training, UCP teaches the same standards as the UKSF CQB die to the instructors being former Special Forces, they will familiarise you with the same skills that beginners’ operators of Special Forces are taught. Emphasis will be placed on basic fundamentals and a thorough understanding of tactics to build a solid base for more advanced training. You will finish this course with a solid understanding of CQB rules and principles with teamwork and leadership.. Close Quarters Battle (CQB) – is designed for units assigned to direct action/ precision raid missions who have completed a Direct-Action Pre-Shoot Course. It presents multiple Tactics, Techniques and Procedures and allows the unit time and situations to develop Standard Operating Procedures. Situational Training Exercises are designed to test and refine those SOP’s
Who is this qualifications for?
This 5-day course is intended for active law enforcement employees (Police, Border Guards, Army) as well as for private military operators and people who would like to know the methods and operation of assault teams
Minimum Required Kit List
- Tactical Belt
- Tactical/Outdoor boots
- Clothing appropriate for climate and conditions
- Shooting glasses (ballistic)
- Shooting ear protection (ear defenders)
What is not included:
IOF Level 1 online Firearms (Rifle/Carbine)
UCP Level 2 Basic Firearms (Rifle/Carbine)
UCP Level 3 Basic Tactical Firearms (Rifle/carbine) to have been completed within the last 12 months
- Refresh Gun Safety Rules and Range Safety Procedures
- One Man Room Clearing Procedures
- Muzzle Awareness
- Trigger Discipline