Jill Williamson on January 2, 2014
Break in: Students learn how to infiltrate a facility without causing damage or being detected.
Defensive Driving: Students learn how to drive a car, motorcycle, SUV, and bus around a rigorous training route.
Escape: Students learn escape options for when they are captured.
Hacking: Students study computers and hacking techniques.
Interrogation: Students learn how to question suspects.
League Combat Training (LCT): Students learn a combination of four martial arts: Aikido, Jujitsu, Shotokan Karate, and Tae Kwon Do; practice gymnastic martial arts skills; train in a variety of weapons: stick, sickle, sword, sais, and staff; and study the four tiers of self defense training.
Lie Detection: Students learn how to tell when a person is lying.
Occupational Training Missions (OTM): Students volunteer as interns at locations where they can practice other trainings.
Outdoor Survival Training (OST) Hikes: Students hick to various objectives with limited supplies. Terrains vary.
Report Writing: Students learn to write reports to turn into International.
Rescue: Students lean how to plan and execute rescues.
Schematics: Students learn to draw and read floor plans and blueprints.
Spiritual Warfare: Students study spiritual warfare and practice techniques to combat demonic attacks.
Stakeout: Students learn how to monitor a suspect.
Surveillance: Students monitor the behavior, activities, and trail of information on a suspect.
Track and Report: Students learn how to tail a suspect and how to communicate with base via wires.
Undercover: Students practice going undercover, creating aliases, and creating disguises.
Weapons: Students learn about all kinds of weapons, how to disassemble guns, and how to shoot to subdue, not to kill.