Don’t Miss ILEETA 2016!

The International Law Enforcement Educators & Trainers Association conference is coming up fast--& not to be missed

By Calibre Press  |   Jan 8, 2016
ILEETA

Don’t Miss This Training Opportunity!

The 2016 ILEETA Training Conference and Expo will offer more than 150 courses and more than two dozen instructor certifications/armorer courses. Topics include use of force, officer survival, defensive tactics, instructor development, specialized training and firearms including a live fire track. Attendees receive a certificate of attendance, conference bag, shirt and numerous other giveaways.
Certification, armorer and live fire courses will require advance registration as there will be limits on class size. These courses may charge up to $35 per person (materials fees to cover costs), which will be paid prior to the conference directly to the instructor. Specific details on signing up for these courses will be made available on the ILEETA web site, (www.ileeta.org), and by e-mail to those who have registered for the conference.

  • Interact with peers as they share information, experience and techniques both in and out of the classroom.
  • Instructors from around the world will gather for the Annual ILEETA Law Enforcement Training Conference and Expo.
  • The ILEETA Expo will deliver nearly 150 companies featuring the latest in product technology & specialized services.
  • Six days of instructor training for only $367!

Reserve your spot at the 2016 ILEETA Conference & Expo today!
Note: You must be an ILEETA member to attend. You can join ILEETA when you register.

March 13 – 18, 2016

Hyatt Regency O’Hare | Rosemont, IL

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Thank you to our sponsors!

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Sponsoring the ILEETA Banquet

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Sponsoring the Welcome Reception

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Sponsoring the Emerson Hour

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Sponsoring the ILEETA Challenge

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Sponsoring the ILEETA Cup

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Sponsoring the Luncheon Presentation

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Sponsoring the training mats


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