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FLETA Conducts ATP Pilot, August 13-15, 2019

For Immediate Release
FLETA Program Manager JJ Hensley welcomes the ATP

The FLETA Office of Accreditation (OA) conducted the Assessor Training Program (ATP) pilot at the Federal Law Enforcement Training Centers (FLETC) in Glynco, GA, August 13-15, 2019. There were twelve volunteers from various agencies attending the program. Additionally, one current FLETA assessor and members of the OA staff were present to assist and audit the program.

The ATP now has three parts:

Pre-ATP – Delivered online via FLETA HSIN. Participants are required to complete all Pre-ATP blocks of instruction, reading assignments, and written exams PRIOR to attending the in-person portion of the program. (Required to complete)

In-Person ATP – The three-day in-person aspects of the program focuses on the knowledge, abilities, and tasks required to complete the assessment. There is more hands-on practice with reviewing files, writing assessment comments, and performing as a team. (Required to complete)

Post-ATP – After graduation from the blended ATP (Pre and In-Person), graduates have access to exercises that they may use to further develop their skills as they await assignment as an On-the-Job (OJT) assessor. Post-ATP exercises will be available via the FLETA HSIN. (Optional development opportunities)

To learn more about the requirements for attending the ATP and to download the assessor application, click here.