Instructor Training is required for all instructors who conduct training that is mandated by the North Carolina Criminal Justice Education and Training Standards Commission and the North Carolina Sheriffs’ Education and Training Standards Commission.
The North Carolina Justice Academy developed the Instructor Training Course in 1975. The course was originally created to prepare criminal justice practitioners to teach criminal justice-related materials to students entering this profession. Since then, this course has evolved and currently prepares instructors to teach basic officers (students) and in-service populations.
This course is required for all instructors who conduct training that is mandated by the North Carolina Criminal Justice Education and Training Standards Commission and the North Carolina Sheriffs’ Education and Training Standards Commission. Some of these courses include Basic Law Enforcement Training, DOCC Basic Training, General Instructor Training, RADAR, and all the Specialized Instructor Courses that are taught to supplement BLET and In-Service.
Annual Instructor Training Update
General Instructor Update Training Course Enrollment Information
- 2017 General Instructor Update: Developing Facilitation Skills
- 2018 General Instructor Update: Criminal Justice Instructional Leadership
- 2019 General Instructor Update: Professional Resources
- Instructor Training Applicant Worksheet
- Lesson Plan Correction & Revision Form (online)
- CJ Standards Division Instructor Certification Procedure
- North Carolina Criminal Justice Education & Training Standards Commission
- North Carolina Sheriffs’ Education & Training Standards Commission
Advisory Group Members & Minutes
For lesson plans, log-in information or further questions, please contact Jessica Bullock at 910-926-6072.