The IED Diagnostics Training is specialized First Responder equipment and training, which provides Explosive Ordnance Disposal (EOD) Operators engaged in combat missions involving Improvised Explosives Devices (IEDs) increased individual technical proficiency in EOD electronics with emphasis on current enemy IED circuits.
Students are provided with full training kits including tools, electronic components, individual laptops and Post-course aide-memoire.
Course duration: 5 days
Max Participants: 10 students
1200 McGill College Avenue
Montreal, QC H3B 4G7
All circuits, components, and Commercial Off-the-Shelf (COTS) devices
Fundamental electronic principles relevant to IED circuit/trigger/fuse construction.
Electric and electronic components and their function in relation to IEDs found in current theaters of war.
Analysis and discussion of common linear and nonlinear electronics components
Understanding of basic through complex IED circuitry and guided instruction through the construction process of each.
Circuits construction using techniques typically seen in terrorist devices and based on real world threats, include Victim-Operated, Command, RCIED, and Time