To better serve our members' training needs, the NLLEA has created a professional development & training program formatted to provide member agencies with regional training opportunities that makes current and practical alcohol law enforcement training more logistically and fiscally feasible. The different options are outlined below; review to see which best meets your agency's needs.
Our annual, week-long symposium provides core courses focused on the fundamental foundation areas of alcohol law enforcement and sessions that explore the changing challenges and demands faced by alcohol law enforcement agencies. The symposium courses improve the specialized knowledge and professional skills of alcohol law enforcement officers, whether new to the field or seasoned professionals. Each year's symposium is revised and adapted to meet current trends and needs of our member agencies, addressing our most-requested training areas. For information about the upcoming 2014 symposium, please visit the Symposium webpage.
These one- to two-day trainings provide area law enforcement professionals with practical and comprehensive training on a specific enforcement topic, enhancing attendees' skills and providing examples of pragmatic responses to alcohol-related incidences. Sponsored in varying locations through-out the year, our regional seminars are intended to provide more accessible training throughout the United States and Canada, bringing together members from multiple agencies and states. Visit the association-sponsored regional training seminars page for more information about upcoming training seminars.
Upon request, trainings can be conducted for individual agencies, tailored to meet the agency's specific needs. NLLEA will work with your timeline and budget to customize a training for your state or agency. If you are interested in the NLLEA coming to your area, please fill out the NLLEA training request form or contact Lara Morford at email@example.com.
All of the NLLEA's professional development & training program instructors are seasoned professionals, and most are career alcohol law enforcement agents. The NLLEA selects instructors that are active in the field, experiencing the current challenges and changes faced by alcohol law enforcement agencies, bringing practical solutions to the classroom. All instructors have former training experience, often serving as trainers for their state. The NLLEA chooses each instructor carefully, ensuring that their expertise matches the focus of the training modules. Interested in becoming an NLLEA instructor? Complete the NLLEA Instructor Application form.