Master Trainer Program
The National Threat Evaluation and Reporting (NTER) Office's Master Trainer Program (MTP) certifies Federal, State, Local, Tribal, and Territorial (F/SLTT) partners in the instruction of Behavioral Threat Assessment and Management (BTAM) techniques and best practices.
This train-the-trainer program prepares Certified Master Trainers to empower their local communities and organizations to mitigate threats and prevent acts of targeted violence.
Certified Master Trainers receive exclusive access to key training and program resources that will assist your organization in building BTAM processes and utilizing BTAM to prevent targeted violence and terrorism.
MTP applicants must meet the below qualifications:
- Current employee of a F/SLTT agency
- Minimum of two years experience in a field related to public safety
- Participation in MTP endorsed by supervisor
- Supervisory or senior employee of a F/SLTT agency
- Professional or academic experience in targeted violence prevention or BTAM
- Professional experience in the vetting of tips and leads
- Certified Instructor/Trainer
To be certified as a Master Trainer, an applicant must apply to the NTER MTP, be accepted as a candidate, and complete each step of the Master Trainer Certification Roadmap.
Master Trainer candidates begin the Master Trainer Certification Roadmap by attending the Instructor-Development Threat Evaluation and Reporting Course, which is a course exclusively available for those accepted as Master Trainer candidates.
Interested in becoming a Certified Master Trainer? Submit this WebForm to the NTER Office to begin the application process.
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