Situational Awareness/Tactical Decision Making:
Theory And Research : 3 Days

This course provides comprehensive principles and techniques that will allow the student to enhance the probabilities of more effective decision making in a stressful, tactical environment. Situational Awareness / Tactical Decision Making will provide strategies and techniques that improve decision making processes and situational awareness. It improves operational abilities by giving the student greater recognition of sudden, emerging events at the soonest possible moment and thereby avoid potential dangers. These principles will allow the student to recognize and refine target information more accurately in an operational environment.


Topics to be covered in this class include:

Major disciplines covered are inattentional blindness, cognition, perception and other related research areas that have proven to be effective in naturalistic decision making under tactical conditions.



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Course Length: 3 Days

Most courses and their content are provided to selective government agencies whose personnel have a "need to know" and whose personnel practice the disciplines taught by the TOSS group in an operational environment.

For more information on any of these courses, please contact David J. Kline or Joel D. Davis at (970)798-7776, fax (970)798-7773, or e-mail to




Course Benefits and Description:

This course is designed to train qualified military operators, intelligence operators, and law enforcement personnel in advanced techniques of situational awareness and decision-making. Situational Awareness / Tactical Decision Making literature and theory will be discussed and applied to a tactical environment. It includes classroom and street practical exercises to ensure that skills are clearly understood, properly applied, and tested.