Pre-Deployment Training

Immediate and Specialized Pre-Deployment Programs

Civilian personnel deploying outside the contiguous United States (OCONUS) to U.S major commands (MAJCOM) theaters of operations must meet mandated pre-deployment requirements. Constellis’s Pre-Deployment Training Course was designed to make this process quick and efficient for deploying personnel. Acting with permission from contracting officers and customers, we will help your teams meet all training requirements at one location. We provide immediate, individualized responses to specific contracting officer mandates for various contracts.

The PDTC course ensures the maximum number of fully screened and trained contractors are sent downrange in support of U.S. Government missions OCONUS. If someone is qualified, we will get them ready for deployment faster and more efficiently than anyone else.

This all-inclusive course is held at our Moyock, NC, training facility and includes both a medical and a training portion. All course material, content and procedures are set in accordance with Department of Defense standards.

PDTC Course Capabilities

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All course participants are required to provide identification. Additional credentials and permits may also be necessary. Please see the Legal Requirements for a full list.

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Pre-Deployment Training Courses (PDTC) 

Three-Day PDTC

The basic three-day course teaches the basic lessons required to deploy to MAJCOMS theaters of operation, listed above. Individual will also complete medical requirements for the most recent update, MOD15.

Topics

  • Use of Force
  • UCMJ – Uniform Code Military Justice Training
  • MEJA – Military Extraterritorial Jurisdiction Act Training
  • Combatting Trafficking in Persons
  • Threat Awareness and Reporting Procedures (TARP)
  • Safeguarding Classified Material – Operations Security (OPSEC)
  • Improvised Explosive Device (IED) / Vehicle-Borne IED (VBIED) Awareness
  • Law of Armed Conflict and Rules of Engagement
  • Suicide Prevention
  • DOD Video training (For those individuals that have not completed the SERE CBT – Survival, Evasion, Resistance and Escape Computer Based Training)
  • OCONUS Safety Brief
  • Tactical First Responder Training
  • Computer-Based Training (CBT) – Certificates are collected upon completion of the CBT Training
  • MOD15 medical requirements

Three-Day CBRN Sustainment Training Course

Built around individual customer requirements, this course focuses on chemical, biological, radiological and nuclear defense – CBRN training.

Topics

  • Custom curriculum based on individual customer needs; can include any/all of the Pre-Deployment Training requirements listed above in addition to the following CBRN-related curriculum.
  • Chemical, Biological and Radiological materials – constitution and use as weapons
  • History of chemical warfare
  • chemical properties of Chlorine, Sarin, VX (orVX2), A-series agents, Fentanyl (and analogs), Fentanyl/Carfentanyl, Toxic Industrial Chemicals and Household Chemicals
  • Technologies and tools available to detect these agents
  • Medical effects and treatment for exposure to these agents
  • Decontamination challenges and options for those having been exposed to these agents

Four-Day CBRN/PDTC

The four-day course teaches the basic lessons required to deploy to MAJCOMS theaters of operation, listed above, in addition to one day of CBRN training. Individuals will also complete medical requirements for MOD15.

Topics

  • Use of Force
  • UCMJ – Uniform Code Military Justice Training
  • MEJA – Military Extraterritorial Jurisdiction Act Training
  • Combatting Trafficking in Persons
  • Threat Awareness and Reporting Procedures (TARP)
  • Safeguarding Classified Material – Operations Security (OPSEC)
  • Improvised Explosive Device (IED) / Vehicle-Borne IED (VBIED) Awareness
  • Law of Armed Conflict and Rules of Engagement
  • Suicide Prevention
  • DOD Video training (For those individuals that have not completed the SERE CBT – Survival, Evasion, Resistance and Escape Computer Based Training)
  • OCONUS Safety Brief
  • Tactical First Responder Training
  • Computer-Based Training (CBT) – Certificates are collected upon completion of the CBT Training
  • MOD15 medical requirements
  • Introduction to CBRN
  • Chemical Protective Mask
  • Chemical Protective Ensemble
  • M8/M9 Detection Paper
  • M291/M295 DECON kits

Five-Day PDTC 

The five-day course teaches basic lessons required to deploy to MAJCOMS theaters of operation, listed above. This course also includes classroom training on several weapon systems followed by a weapon qualification for the pistol and carbine rife, utilizing the Army 25-meter Alternate Course of Fire. Students complete a familiarization fire (FAM fire) on the AK47 rifle with live fire on the range, allowing them to experience the weapon and learn its functions and safety features. Individuals will also complete medical requirements for MOD15.

This course option is recommended for those needing weapons qualifications for an Arming Agreement.

Topics

  • Use of Force
  • UCMJ – Uniform Code Military Justice Training
  • MEJA – Military Extraterritorial Jurisdiction Act Training
  • Combatting Trafficking in Persons
  • Threat Awareness and Reporting Procedures (TARP)
  • Safeguarding Classified Material – Operations Security (OPSEC)
  • Improvised Explosive Device (IED) / Vehicle-Borne IED (VBIED) Awareness
  • Law of Armed Conflict and Rules of Engagement
  • Suicide Prevention
  • DOD Video training (For those individuals that have not completed the SERE CBT – Survival, Evasion, Resistance and Escape Computer Based Training)
  • OCONUS Safety Brief
  • Tactical First Responder Training
  • Computer-Based Training (CBT) – Certificates are collected upon completion of the CBT Training
  • MOD15 medical requirements
  • Classroom training on several weapon systems followed by a weapon qualification for the pistol and carbine rife
  • Familiarization fire with AK47 rifle

Vehicle Extrication

Our one-day Vehicle Extrication course is for companies that have a medical evacuation DoD contact and are required to give personnel training in this area before they deploy. This course can run in conjunction with our Three-Day PDTC or as a stand-alone course.

During the Vehicle Extrication course, students will learn about vehicle assessments and stabilization in addition to extrication tools in a classroom environment before employing these lessons in platform training.

Topics

  • Vehicle assessments and stabilization
  • Extrication tools
  • Platform training with a variety of vehicle models in various conditions and positions
  • Battery-operated grinder
  • Battery-operated reciprocating saw
  • Hand-operated hydraulic Jaws of Life combo cutting tool
  • Hooligan tool
  • Stihl saw