Note: (E) Plate cars are exempt from parking fees
Above fees based upon California Residency
Piccadilly Inn Airport
Please call and cancel your reservations if you cannot attend. College Registration fees are subject to change without notice. Make checks payable to Fresno City College. Out of Consideration for people who are on a waiting list, please cancel your reservation no later than 21 days prior to the first day of class.
Lt. Brent Stalker, Fresno Sheriff's Department,
Lieutenant Joe Gomez, Fresno Police Department,
Designed for Field Training Officers who have attended the 40-hour FTO course and need to attend a POST FTO Update course.
This course was updated this year by POST and will review the concept and structure of a Field Training Program in law enforcement. Subjects will include; Goals of a FTO program, Ethics, Coaching, Teaching/Training demonstrations, Evaluations, Driver Safety Issues, Intervention Techniques, Remediation, Documentation and other issues related to the FTO environment.
All instructors in the course are experienced training officers or supervisors who currently work in public safety agencies. The instructors are from police and sheriff’s departments that work metropolitan, rural and sparsely populated communities, which give a broader perspective of law enforcement training methods. This perspective gives the student the knowledge of working single or two-officer patrol units. All of the training will build upon a strong ethical foundation emphasizing responsibility for both the trainee and the training officer.
The goal of the course is to ensure the students attending will have a up to date working knowledge of the POST FTO system.