Combined Firearms Instructor Training


 The objective of Pistol & Carabine Shooting Instructor Training is to acquaint the participants with latest tactical shooting training standards to self-improve or enhance already existing foundation and take it to another operational level.

Train the Trainer concept of the course will equip participants in the ability to not only be a descent shooter by themselves, but most importantly – be able to transfer this knowledge to other students.

This is an opportunity for instructors already operating in different fields to increase instructor qualifications by learning the concept of IBA, which has over 20 years of methodological and teaching experience in training the military, police and security personnel.

Students who are evaluated best by Instructors during the course and meet all IBA requirements will receive an offer to work for IBA during tactical shooting classess.

Duration ; 3 days

Skill prerequisits

This Course requires earlier training and/or experience in the subject. Candidate should complete Combined Firearms, Tactical Pistol and Tactical Carbine in IBA prior attending this course. The IBA accepts Law Enforcement or Military personnel to attend this training

Other, operating in war zones / remote areas


  • Safety rules – theoretical foundations and rules of conducting safe training on the shooting range
  • The ABC of shooting – posture, grip, operation on the trigger, breath, aiming instruments
  • The ABC of shooting with consideration of various weapon types – gun, submachine gun, carbine, sniper rifle, rifle
  • Structure and operation of weapon – structure, parts, maintenance and cleaning
  • Methodology of conducting theoretical and practical activities – methodology of training with and without live ammunition
  • Recognition and analysis of mistakes made by the trainee during the shooting training – feedback methods
  • Methods of verifying theoretical and practical knowledge of the trainee – tests, exercises
  • Assessing and managing a Casualty’s  Documentation of Care