We are excited to launch our first online learning platform. OPS Online for Cops & LE Personnel is a much needed training for navigating high-stress and building inner resilience. LE personnel will learn from mission and fitness experts Kyle Lamb, Stew Smith and Tim Burke, and from performance and recovery experts Stephen Robinson and Elizabeth Robinson. This training program meets the requirement for P.O.S.T. and other continuing eduction requirements. Participants can also choose 26 video applications that support and sustain the positive effects of OPS.
This Series of Onsite Trainings is Sponsored by 5.11 Tactical and Powered by MAGIS Group’s Optimal Performance under Stress
OPS Onsite for Cops & LE Personnel
Join us on location for Optimal Performance under Stress for LE at the Boulder County Sheriff’s Office December 1; the SHOT Show in Las Vegas, January 19-20, 2016; South Florida/Miami area February 2016.
MAGIS Group’s signature military training program – WAROPS® – was selected by the DoD to be used as a pre- and post-deployment resilience training with 6,000 combat soldiers. WAROPS® was evaluated extensively by the mind-body medicine research team from the prestigious Samueli Institute, supported by the RAND Corporation.
MAGIS training was tested on scale and expected to deliver to the toughest of audiences – results researchers described as “statistically significant in many areas.”
After one 4-hour block of pre-deployment training with U.S. troops, 65% of trainees used all of the WAROPS® skills over the course of the 15 month tour; 56% used at least one skill weekly during the deployment. Among users of the training, the evaluations showed “statistically-significant” results in multiple areas, including key measures identified as important by the US Department of Defense around PTSD, depression, team cohesion, and wellness.
Four Reasons to Work with Us
and Why We Make a Difference
MAGIS delivers trainings through a solid understanding of our audience, how they perform, and how they recover. Our trainers have experience in military, law enforcement, sports, health care, and business, and they deliver in a common language, with relevant applications for the end-user.
The OPS™ training leans forward, deepening your knowledge of self-regulation and how to apply skills to master trying events. It’s one of the reasons MAGIS consistently rates 9+ out of 10 for applicability and likeability of the training with all our audiences.
MAGIS inspires people to recognize and utilize the inherent and sometimes unrecognized skills that each person possesses and to apply them in various settings. We inspire you to commit to improved choices and outcomes.
MAGIS knows the value of the OPS training and the results we’ve received from 10 years of service. We appreciate the opportunity to share those results with your decision-makers and ultimately your teams.
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