Federal, State and Local Law Enforcement, Corrections, Regulatory Specialists, 9-1-1 Telecommunicators, Fire/EMS, Parole & Probation
Oregon Peace Officers Association and OSU Department of Public Safety
Date and Time:
OSU Department of Public Safety Cascade Hall, 601 SW 17th St., Corvallis OR 97331
The Field Training and Evaluation Program (FTEP) was first developed in San José in the 1970’s. Over the years, agencies have evolved in their process, direction, community service and mission. This program has proven to be legally defensible, flexible and meant to be modified and updated to grow with community expectation, agency growth and updated policies.
During this course you will learn how to implement, modify or update a solid training program for your agency by learning:
Background of FTEP
Adult Learning Theory
Trainer Selection Process
Ethics as a Trainer
This training will also cover some of the popular philosophies and practices from the similar Police Training Officer (PTO) program, which requires trainees to have ownership in their learning by developing problem-solving skills, self-reflection and emotional intelligence.
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OPOA, a non-profit organization, provides training to Oregon police officers and is supported by dues and donations:
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