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Conferences and Workshops

Please Note: The Academy assists other organizations by advertising their conferences, workshops, and other training programs on this webpage.  However, one should not assume that the Academy is endorsing programs listed here, nor are we responsible for the training or registration unless otherwise noted.  Please read the training descriptions carefully for more information! Thank you!

State Conferences and Workshops

Off Site Links

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Alco-Sensor FST PBT device

Intoximeters offers complementary online training for the Alco-Sensor FST PBT device.  The link to the training is http://training.intox.com/asfst/. Click here for more information on the registration process. 

Officers can choose the “Supervisor” option when registering themselves for the training.  Students should have an AS FST device with them as they go through the program so they can practice the various procedures and registration will require them to enter a serial number in order to complete


Command Leadership Institute with FBI-LEEDA

September 26-30, 2022

Hosted by the Essex Police Department

The Command Leadership Institute (CLI) is part two of the three-step leadership series that makes up the FBI-LEEDA Trilogy.  The CLI is a dynamic and challenging program uniquely designed to prepare law enforcement leaders for command level positions.

The Command Leadership Institute provides real-life, contemporary, best-practice strategies and techniques for those who are already commanders or are aspiring to a command level assignment. CLI faculty members are passionate instructors who have executive level law enforcement and leadership experience.

CLI students will be engaged in such topics as: credibility, command discipline, liability, problem employees, and leading change within an organization.  The Command Leadership Institute is student-centered with a high degree of student involvement.

The cost of the Command Leadership Institute is $695.

To register and for more info go to:  https://fbileeda.org/events/EventDetails.aspx?id=1563890

For local information about the course, contact Chief Ron Hoague. EPD at 802-857-0093


Field Training Officer Course

  • Date and Time: June 6 - 8, 2022 8:30 am to 4:00 pm
  • Location: South Burlington Police Department 19 Gregory Drive South Burlington, VT 05403
  • Cost: $525
  • Registration: register online at GS-PCC.com

Our three (3) day Field Training Officer class is based on the industry standard San Jose Model. This class will fit with C.A.L.E.A. accreditation standards, providing you with the tools and knowledge to properly train a new officer. From ethics to leadership, our FTO class covers the topics needed to both train and evaluate a field trainee. The course offering includes:

• Field Training Program Goals & Objectives
• Expectations of / for FTO’s (Roles of the FTO)
• Ethics & Professionalism
• Leadership Skills
• Teaching and Training Skills/Adult learning Styles
• Intro to Competency Evaluations/DORs/DOR Videos
• Remediation
• Intervention Techniques/ Legal Issues/Liability
• Driver Safety/FTO Awareness or
• Practical Exercise Test/Side Evaluation
• Case Study Presentation


    Instructor Development Course

    • Date and Time: June 1 - 3, 2022 9:00am to 4:00pm
    • Location: South Burlington Police Department 19 Gregory Drive South Burlington, VT 05403
    • Cost: $295
    • Registration: register online at GS-PCC.com

    This course will provide law enforcement officers with a fundamental understanding of teaching adults, professional presentations, and class facilitation. Additionally, the course will afford students the opportunity to develop teaching skills required to present any topic of instruction to law enforcement professionals within their agencies or departments. Specific focus will be placed on practical learning and application opportunities. Topics of discussion will include:
    • Lesson Planning and Course Concepts
    • Adult Learning Styles
    • Do’s & Don’ts of Adult Learning
    • Teaching and Training Via Media Resources
    • Instruction Practical Exercises

    Activities Worksheets provided through Student Workbook Download and Printing. Student must print workbook and bring/provide laptop with presentation software.


    Traffic Incident Management

    Traffic incident management is the process of coordinating the resources of a number of different public and private sector partners to detect, respond to, and clear traffic incidents as quickly as possible to reduce the duration and impacts of incidents, while protecting the safety of on-scene responders and the traveling public.

    The training addresses all aspects of incident response, from the moment the first emergency call is made to the correct positioning of response vehicles and equipment, to a safe work area using traffic control devices, to final scene clearance.

    The four-hour, in-person training brings police, firefighters, DOT, towing, medical personnel, and other incident responders together to foster relationships and engage in interactive training. They learn how to work together in a coordinated manner, from the moment the first emergency call is made to final scene clearance.

    To find dates and times for Traffic Incident Management courses check the Division of Emergency Management and Homeland Security training calander


    National White Collar Crime Center Online Courses

    Visit the National White Collar Crime Center Website

    Economic Crime Foundation Series (ECFS), NW3C's first complete Online Distance Learning Program

    The Economic Crime Foundation Series (ECFS), consists of five self-paced introductory level courses

    • Introduction to White Collar Crime
    • Elder Fraud
    • Identity Theft
    • Disaster Fraud
    • Money Laundering

    The Summit: Center for State Employee Development

    Visit The Summit Website

    The Vermont Department of Human Resources' "The Summit: Center for State Employee Development"  has openings in many of its courses covering a wide range of professional development, leadership, and health and wellness topics. Grant writing, facilitation, performance measurement, systems thinking, and emotional intelligence are among the many offerings. Many courses are free, although a fee is charged for some. The Summit is located in the Osgood Building, Waterbury State Office Complex, 103 South Main Street, Waterbury, VT. Check out their website for more information.


    Supervisor Leadership Institute

    With FBI LEEDA

    Date: March 28-April 1, 2022

    Location: Hosted by Essex Police Department

    The Supervisor Leadership Institute (SLI) is part one of the three-step leadership series that makes up the FBI-LEEDA Trilogy.  While targeting to first-line supervisors, the SLI course is suitable for all police leaders – sworn and civilian. SLI students will be engaged in such topics as credibility, discipline, liability, and leadership styles. They will complete a DISC leadership assessment.

    FBI-LEEDA instructors are current or former command-level law enforcement leaders who have not only extensive leadership experience, but a passion for teaching.

    The following topics are covered in the Supervisor Leadership Institute:

    • Defining leadership, generational effects of leadership, leadership as a lifestyle, leadership traits
    • Building credibility, organizational credibility
    • Four pillars of discipline, immunity, supervisor liability
    • Participants will complete a DISC assessment of their personal leadership style

    The cost of the Supervisor Leadership Institute is $695.

    FBI-LEEDA will send you a tuition invoice six-weeks prior to the start date of the class. To make special payment arrangements prior to being invoiced please email Finance at finance@fbileeda.org.

    • The registration fee includes the cost of the training and course materials; the fee does not include meals or travel expenses.
    • Sworn and professional law enforcement staff are welcome to all FBI-LEEDA classes.  You do not have to be a member to attend a class.
    • Each student must register for classes under their own Username and Account.
    • There are no prerequisites for this course; Trilogy courses can be taken in any order.
    • A workbook will be provided; laptop is optional.
    • Dress is business casual.
    • This course is 28 contact hours.

    For further information regarding this or any other FBI-LEEDA class, please contact FBI-LEEDA at 1-877-772-7712 or email us at: info@fbileeda.org.