All courses can be provided on location in Boise, Idaho or as part of a Mobile Training Team (MTT) at the location of the students as required.

Students are required to be law enforcement, federal, or military affiliated, be cleared by their immediate chain of command, and have a job related requirement for the course provided. Further, students for bomb related courses are required to be bomb techs, or be in the pipeline to become a bomb tech.

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Electronics (5 day)

Electronics Design and Defeat Course

ED&D 5 Day (40 +Hours)

Specifications:

  • 5-day course for 15-25 students, 10:1 Student to Teacher ratio
  • This Electronics Theory is goes from Basic to Advanced in 5 days.
  • The main focus of this course is learning by doing – the students will build over 20 different complex circuits, and will analyze each for weaknesses and points of attack.
  • Advanced Concepts Covered in this course include:
    • Circuit Speed Analysis
    • Wire Attack and Wire Diagnostics
    • Circuit Schematic comprehension
    • Training Circuit construction
  • Can be given by an MTT (Mobile Training Team) on site at a student classroom, or can be Hosted at our Boise Facilities for a minimum of 5 students.
  • This course can also be Hosted in Boise at our Training Facility for a minimum of 5 students.
  • Course is taught by Former WMD Bomb Technicians, and Former EOD Technicians
  • WMDTech provides all course material, electronics kits, and practice devices.
  • Electronics kits will be left behind for students to keep.

*Each Student will walk out with an Individual Electronics Training Kit, a booklet with 30 Training Schematics, and the capability to build training circuits for realistic self and team evaluation.

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Precision Aim (5 Days)

Precision Aim and Simultaneous Precision Disruption

Specifications:

  • 5-day course for 15-25 students
  • Course includes precision aim theory, with majority of time dedicated to precision aim practice and practical application on a range
  • Other topics covered in this course include: XTK software intro, x-ray depth measurements, circuit speed and tool selection, dual target with simultaneous disrupt, and LVBIED prosecution.
  • Can be given by an MTT (Mobile Training Team) on site at the students explosive/rifle range or can be Hosted In Boise Idaho facilities for a minimum of 5 students.
  • Course is taught by Former WMD Bomb Technicians, and Former EOD Technicians
  • WMDTech provides all course material, ammo, and practice devices. Students only need to bring their laptops, x-ray source, digital scanner (wet film optional), precision tool and initiators.

Product Details:

  • This is a 5-day course, built around teaching the core principles of neutralizing an Improvised Explosive Device by precisely eradicating the threatening component in a circuit.
  • Course includes Precision Aim Kits (5 of which will be left for the course host for every 20 person course) which includes:
    • Bogen Tripod with precision aim Geared Head, X-Ray Adapter, and precision tool Superclamp
    • 100 D-Spot radiographic arrows
    • SL-500 Boresight Laser
    • Bosch DL130K Laser Range Finder
  • Course includes monitored and functioning devices (76 for every 20 person 5-day course)

Note:

WMDTech also teaches an XTK software course which includes precision aim advancements

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Precision Aim (2 day)

Precision Aim Course

Precision Aim is the answer for the new era of devices where general disrupt is not an option. Precision Aim is not an end all to every situation, but can give every tech who employs it the ability to have pinpoint accuracy on any device with standard tools, I.e. PAN and an x-ray. The added capability of being able to choose your target not only provides an option when faced with a WMD type device, but preserves evidence in every incident.

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Sim. Disrupt (3 day)

Simultaneous Precision Disruption

Simultaneous Disruption builds on the fundamentals taught in the Precision Aim course. Its primary focus is on determining depth with an X-Ray and performing dual precision shots. These additional techniques provide a valuable tool for any device, specifically a large vehicle (LVIED) or a device with multiple targets that require precision and timing.

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Advanced Device Build (3 day or 5 day)

Advanced Device Course

The goal of the Advance Devices build course is to give the students a broader perspective on the different component configurations that may be seen in the field or in the future, some of the considerations in the safe building of these devices, and a basic understanding of methods that can be used to counter such devices. Course is built for students who have already benefited from an ED&D course (or similar electronics course). Intermediate to advanced Electronics training and proficiency is a required pre-requisite.

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Lock Picking (2 day)

Lock Picking and Obstruction to Entry Defeat

The Lock Picking and Obstruction to Entry Defeat Course provides the bomb tech and law enforcement with the ability to bypass hardware designed to prevent entry, protect an asset, or impose harm to the technician. Locks, doors, safes, and even active alarm technology can be included in the course.

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Alarm Bypass (5 Day)

Alarm Bypass, Access Entry

Alarm Bypass, Access entry focuses on the typess of alarms found in monitored structures, and the methods of bypass. This is followed by practical application on live panels, and then practice on monitored structures such as vehicles, rooms, and buildings.

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Foam Contanment Course

Foam Containment and Explosive Mitigation

Specifications:

  • This is a multi-day course which will provide Bomb Technicians with the capability to build their own Rapid Explosive Containment vessel from common, and easily accessible response items.
  • This course will provide the students with functional and practical training as well as equipment to work with to utilize the concepts of Foam Containment. A Team Kit will be provided with the course.
  • Foam Containment is the principle of using fairly common foam systems to rapidly, safely, and remotely contain a blast and light fragmentation from a Improvised Explosive Device to provide a solution for a lethal problem in which there is no safe or easy mitigation solution.
  • The course will culminate in a practical problem in which the system will be built up by the training team. Functional testing can also be implemented, through the course.
  • This course and equipment can be brought to the students with a Team Kit through a MTT, or can be Hosted in Boise Idaho on a per student basis (Team Kit can be added in).

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Hand Entry and Manual Disablement Course (5 Days)

Hand Entry and Manual Disablement Course

The WMDTech's EOD (Bomb Technician) Hand Entry and Manual Disablement course is a 5-day course meant to teach a Bomb Squad the fundamentals of manually entering an Improvised Explosive Device or gain access to a device with the intent of Rendering it Safe via manual neutralization techniques. The 5-day course will contain lessons on Manual Entry tools and techniques, Safety Considerations, how to bypass monitored circuitry, countermeasures for impedances to entry, maintaining the environment of a device, X-Ray analysis, manual entry considerations for CBRNE devices, and how to safely disable detonators in complex devices.

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Products

SMRT X-Ray Controller
XTK Grid Aim System
Electronics Gear
Precision Aim Gear
Radiography
MMX Accessories
SRM-1216 Tactical Shotgun

 

Contact

5465 E Terra Linda Way
Nampa, Idaho 83687 | View Map

Tel: +1 (866) WMD-TECH (963-8324)
Office: +1 (208) 639-2107
Fax: +1 (866) 543-7951