Women and Disabled Veteran Owned Small Business
Advanced EOD Electronics Training Course
Length of Course: 5 days 40 hours
Max number of Students: 10-12
EOD Certified and assigned to an Active EOD Unit
Advanced IED Electronics Course is intended by design to be light on theory with an emphasis on hands-on practical exercises to familiarize the Participant with the subject of electronics as it relates to the design, construction, and exploitation of the IED.
Students will learn the types of components found in IED circuits. These are the kinds of circuits that make up switching components in RCIEDs, VOIEDs, Firing, and Safe Arming devices. Participants will learn the basics of electronics, IED construction, soldering, and modifying off-the-shelf items to function in an IED, transistors, MOSFET, SCR, and integrated circuits. The course will also cover DTMF and its use in RCIED construction.
Students will be provided with everything they need for the course to include tools. The kits provided to each student will get to keep. The course can be run at your unit or at one of our training facilities in the USA or Canada.
Enabling Learning Objectives (ELOs):
ELO #1: Electrical Theory & Physics w/ Counter IED (C-IED) Applicability (Ohm’s Law/Kirchhoff’s Laws)
ELO #2: IED Electronic Components
ELO #3: Basic & Complex IED Circuits
ELO #4: Resistor-Capacitor Timing Circuits
ELO #5: RC/RF IED Circuits
ELO #6: Circuit Construction, Soldering, Breadboard Prototyping, and Etching
ELO #7: Circuit Diagnostics and Troubleshooting
ELO #8: Electro-Mechanical Devices
ELO #9: DC Relays & Collapsing Circuits
ELO #10: Individual IED Component Diagnostics (Detonator/Switch/Solenoid Diagnostics)
ELO #11: (TTP) Circuit defeat/attack Development via Practical Exercises
Note: The course cost does not include instructor travel