Training within the ISR Matrix is available to everyone and through several avenues depending on their specific goals, scheduling restraints, and the legal parameters involved i.e., civilian personal protection, licensed security personnel, LEO, or active military personnel.
Courses, seminars, workshops, private and semi-private instruction are available in both end user and accredited formats within all three branches of the primary system as well as our more specific and goal oriented modular programs. End user instruction is self-explanatory and accredited instruction works much like university structured curriculums where training and testing hours that are passed appropriately are collected and structured towards eventual graduation and certification in the individual’s chosen branch of study and training.
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Where it all begins
ISR CORE 40: SUBJECT CONTROL 101 – (SC 101)
*The ISR Core 40 is available in parts and as a whole through seminars and courses as well as private and semi-private instruction as are most of the instruction and training available with the ISR Matrix.
Each and all potential ISR Matrix affiliates and certified instructors regardless of what branch of the system they are specializing in, as well as anyone wishing to train in the many varied and unique modular programs of the company, must meet the minimum requirement of 40 credit hours of the ISR Core; its fundamental subject control program. The ISR Core instructs every potential candidate in the guiding principles, strategy and tactics of the ISR Matrix and introduces them to our uniquely structured and guided teaching methodology as well as our physical training pace. The ISR Core is the root from which all three branches and all those trained in our many modules are initially developed from.
The ISR Core 40 hours, if completed with passing marks, offers its graduates entry into the ISR Matrix’s Instructor Development program (IDP) and liaison status within the company’s subject control program. From this starting point onward, individuals then decide which direction best suits their training goals and qualifications. Further study and training in the ISR Core for certification and or affiliate status requires additional in depth and comprehensive training.
The ISR Core 40 is mandatory for any progression into the ISR Matrix’s further study and training. Those wishing to train in any other aspect of the ISR from its specific modular programs and components to exploring entire branches of its civilian, law enforcement or military branches must comply with this initial line of training and successfully pass its required marks in performance and conceptual/ strategic understanding. Depending on the Instructor Candidate’s goals and the specific branch they are training within, any training beyond the initial ISR Core 40 is not always required. Once having completed and passed the ISR Core 40 and at the Liaison status, most students can then customize what they wish to learn and train and are usually granted access to most of the end user modular systems within each branch.
Progress beyond the ISR Core 40 is typically pursued by individuals seeking certification and an expertise that will lead them towards affiliation and instructorship.
ISR Matrix Subject Control Training and Certification Progression:
ISR Subject Control Liaison: 40 credit total hours earned – ISR Core (Apprentice level recognition by the ISR Matrix through an ISR Matrix Instructor’s signed certification permitting the liaison to teach the ISR Matrix Core within the confines of their facility or agency. The Subject Control Liaison is understood to be teaching to develop further understanding of the system and training approach while simultaneously introducing new people to the work via end user training sessions. They are not permitted to offer accredited training towards certification.
ISR Subject Control Assistant Instructor: 80 credit total hours earned – ISR Core + Teacher Training (Certified by an Instructor Trainer to teach ISR Subject Control Core as an assistant to Instructors and Trainers to further their skill set and understanding as future Instructors with the company. Subject Control Assistant Instructors can offer up to 20 accredited hours to towards eventual Subject Control Liaison certification. They are also authorized to run end user training and provide Liaisons opportunities to garner further experience by attending.)
ISR Subject Control ISR Field Instructor: 120 credit total hours earned – ISR Core + Teacher Training & Company Approval (Certified by ISR Matrix President to develop new Subject Control Liaisons. ISR Matrix Subject Control Instructors are authorized to teach the ISR Subject Control Core in any hourly format they feel best serves their students and clients. They are also permitted to run fully accredited seminars and courses to build ISR Subject Control Liaisons and offer up to 80 accredited hours towards Subject Control Assistant Instructor Certification and status. Only an ISR Matrix Instructor Trainer or Senior Board member can approve of the Assistant Instructor status and sign off on the proper certification.
Beyond Subject Control…