Guidelines to Co-Hosting a Law Enforcement Course

Guidelines for Contracting a PPI Course

Guidelines to Co-Host a Law Enforcement Course 

Co-Hosting a Law Enforcement Course


A requesting agency may co-host any of PPI’s courses. A minimum of twenty-five (25) participants is required to co-host a training course.

The primary benefits of cohosting a course with PPI include:

  • The co-hosting agency may earn up to five (5) tuition-free seats in the course. (The co-host may earn one (1) free seat with 30-34 paid registrations and one (1) additional free seat for multiples of 5 additional paid registrations)
  • Two (2) free seats with 35-39 paid registrations
  • Three (3) free seats with 40-44 paid registrations
  • Four (4) free seats with 45-49 paid registrations
  • Five (5) free seats with 50 paid registrations
  • The host agency can experience significant savings in training multiple participants on-site by not incurring individual travel costs (transportation and lodging) when sending your personnel out-of-state.

Responsibilities of PPI and Hosting Agency 


The responsibilities of PPI will be to:

  • Advertise the course as part of the 2017-2018 on the PPI web page and other venues as appropriate
  • Provide a course flyer in PDF format that can be emailed by PPI and hosting agency
  • Provide individual training handouts and course-related materials (i.e., binders, name tents, handout materials, portfolios, written tests/scantrons, evaluations, course completion certificates, and other instructional materials as required)
  • Provide course and instructor evaluation forms
  • Pay for all travel costs for instructional personnel (to include airfare, travel insurance, food, lodging, baggage fees and other travel-related expenses)
  • Collect tuition and registration information (for co-hosting arrangement only)
  • Provide enrollment reports (upon request)
  • Cancel the course, in concert with the co-hosting agency, when the minimum registration is not reached within 30 days prior to starting date of the course

The responsibilities of the Co-Hosting Agency will be to:

  • Correspond with area law enforcement executives to encourage participation in the training program
  • Appoint a contact person to recruit personnel for and encourage participation in the training program
  • Contact the chief administrator, commander of training, or other appropriate senior command staff of at least 25 other law enforcement agencies to encourage participation in the training program (at recommended intervals of 120, 90, and 60 days prior to the starting date of the course)
  • Provide the following accommodations/equipment for the training course:
  • Training room/facility that will comfortably seat 50 students and allow for group assignments/discussions
  • Large whiteboard or easel and flipchart paper
  • LCD Projector and large projection screen
  • Power strip for LDC projector and laptop computer
  • Instructor’s podium or table
  • 24”-36” wide eight-foot long display table (for instructional materials/handouts)
  • Tables and chairs seating 50 students
  • Other equipment that may be requested by instructors for specific courses (i.e., VCR, speakers, colored markers)
  • A suggested hotel for Instructors and attending students preferably with a special rate

To request to co-host any training program, please fill out an inquiry form and send to Bob Catinazzo . If you have any questions regarding co-hosting a course, please contact Bob Catinazzo at:
Email:bob.catinazzo@ppiweb.com
Main: (877) 832-9492

When co-hosting a training course, please keep in mind that a minimum of 6 months for PPI to adequately advertise. Thank you for your interest in Practicing Perfection Law Enforcement

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