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FLETA OA Conducts December 2023 Assessor Training Program

For Immediate Release
December 2023 Assessor Training Program

The FLETA Office of Accreditation (OA) conducted an Assessor Training Program (ATP) at the Federal Law Enforcement Training Centers (FLETC) in Glynco, GA, December 12-14, 2023. There were sixteen volunteers from various agencies attending the program.  Program Managers J.J. Hensley, Jennifer Kasper, Christiana Halsey, Cherri Allen, as well as FLETA Executive Director Joe Collins, helped deliver the program.

The ATP has three parts:

Pre-ATP – Delivered online via the FLETA Accreditation Training Management System (ATMS) . 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.

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

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 online.

Applications for the ATP can be completed by a participating training organization’s Accreditation Manager, or other staff member with access to ATMS and must be approved by the applicant’s supervisor and the Accreditation Manager. Assessors must complete at least one assessment every 18 months, which may require travel.