IPMBA Training Class Details

IPMBA Instructor Course - Saint Louis, MO This class is full!

Mon, June 04, 2018 — Fri, June 08, 2018


Course Location/Facility Name: Washington University in Saint Louis

Address: 6475 Forsyth Blvd Saint Louis, MO 63105 US

Event Description:

Riding a bike is not as easy as…riding a bike.  Public safety cyclists must learn how to ride both technically and tactically.  This intense course will equip you with the skills to teach public safety cyclists how to use their bikes safely and effectively.  Through in-class presentations, on-bike drills, mock teaching sessions, and peer and self-critiques, you will learn to identify and correct improper technique; assist students in overcoming difficulties; and incorporate various methods of instruction into the IPMBA courses.  This course is often described by graduates as one of the most challenging and rewarding classes of their careers.

Curriculum Overview:  Instructor Course Curriculum Overview

Prerequisites: Current IPMBA Police, EMS, or Security certified membership; good physical condition; see details at Become an Instructor

Required Equipment: Instructor Course Equipment List

Testing Procedure:  Basic knowledge and skills assessment; written and practical; oral presentations

Certification: IPMBA Instructor Certification is available to qualified Police, EMS, and Security personnel who pass the written and practical tests and oral presentations.

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Tuition: $750/$800 before/after May 1 + applicable membership fees. Includes workshops on June 9.

Instructor Name: Dave Dager, Dwight Edwards, Rance Okada, Mike Pitman, Jeff Taylor, Bobby Sellers, Matthew Worm

Event Schedule/Agenda: Monday, June 4, 8am-6pm; Tuesday, June 5, 8am-6pm; Wednesday, June 6, 1pm-11pm; Thursday, June 7, 9am-6pm; Friday, June 8, 7am-2pm; your choice of workshops on Saturday, June 9.

Registration Contact Information: IPMBA Phone: 410-744-2400
Email:
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Online Registration: (if applicable) Click here to register online

Accommodations:

Washington University in Saint Louis (WUSTL) Residence Halls: 6618 Shepley Drive, Saint Louis MO 63130.  Suite-style accommodations with up to four singles sharing a common area and a bathroom.  Prices are per person and include breakfast, a linen package (sheets, pillow and case, blanket, two bath towels, two washcloths, a bar of soap and a plastic cup), and wi-fi.  Buildings are air-conditioned.  Lounges feature cable TV, laundry, kitchen, and vending machines.  Smoking and tobacco use are prohibited. Parking passes must be purchased in advance with your conference registration.  Marked units are NOT exempt.  If you park without a permit, you will be fined.   Reservations accepted February 1-April 18, 2018.

Rate:  Single Room:  $51.50 per person, per night + $40 one-time linen and reservation fee.  You MUST book online at http://tinyurl.com/2018IPMBAHousing using MC, Visa, Discover, or AmEx between February 1 and April 18, 2018.  For assistance with online reservations, call 314-935-6680.

Clayton Plaza Hotel: 1.5 bike-able miles; 7750 Carondelet Ave; Clayton 63105; 314-726-5400; Group Code:  INP; http://tinyurl.com/2018IPMBAHotel

Rate: $124 + 16.61% tax.  Single Kings or Double Queens.  Includes in-room WiFi, full buffet breakfast, airport shuttle service (6am-10pm), and parking.  Oversized vehicles (limit 6’7”) is $30 per day; advance notification required.  Smoke-free.  Cutoff Date:  May 3, 2018, or sellout.  

Additional Info:

This course requires an application process.  You MUST download the application and submit it with your registration form.

For information about eligibility requirements, visit http://ipmba.org/training/become_an_IPMBA_instructor.

This course is being held as part of the 28th Annual IPMBA Conference, June 4-9, 2018.  Fee includes workshops on Saturday, June 9, and other ancillary activities.  

Download the registration packet.  Register online.  You must email or fax your completed Instructor Application.