Training Schedule

Commercial Explosives & Blasting Training 

November 5-6, 2021                    Lake Havasu City, Arizona

This is a two-day class, (16 hours) Friday classroom, Saturday blasting.

Hotel and classroom information provided upon registration.  $1,250 per student.  Class includes all materials, use of PPE safety gear, a Explosives & Blasting textbook, 16 hour training certification and AEG patch.

This class will be sold out.  Send in the Student Agreement form to register ASAP to ensure you can attend.

First Responder Explosives Recognition
T.E.A.M Training 

September 18, 2021                           On Zoom 9am to 2:30pm

This is a five hour online Zoom class.  It is designed to be as efficient and cost effective as possible to reach as many First Responders as we can.

$74.95 per student.  Class includes a Explosives, IEDs and Breaching for Law Enforcement textbook (a $27.95 value), a five hour training certification and an AEG patch.

You must be a First Responder or Military to attend.  This includes: Police, Sheriff, Fire, EMT, SAR, 911 Operator, Public Safety / Emergency Agency, and Private Security.  Or you must be enrolled in college as a Criminal Justice major.

Zoom conference training limited to the first 100 to register.

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No shortcuts.  Do the work, learn the skills, receive the certification, earn the patch.

Training Classifications 

 

It is difficult to believe that the explosives and blasting industry does not use a standard classification for levels of training. We have consulted our expert associates and have created our own Explosives Training Classification Program.

 

Although this classification system was developed by AEG, we encourage other agencies, organizations and schools to adopt these standards. This system allows standardization for our industry. If someone states that are an experienced blaster or a Blaster in Charge, this can be varied and categorized using the same objective criteria. There is no royalty or fee for using this system.

 

The explosives training classification system is also beneficial to those who are applying to states that require a state blasters license or permit and need to verify training and experience.  Students and Alumni, we can validate your education and experience to give you a Category Level.  The following are the three C, B and A levels:

C Level Blaster in Training

  • Classroom: 16 to 40 hours

  • Experience: Up to one year

  • Can conduct fieldwork under the supervision of A and B Level Blasters

  • Classroom: 40 to 80 hours

  • Experience: Over one year, less than five years

  • Can conduct fieldwork under the supervision of an A Level BIC

 

B Level Experienced Blaster

  • Classroom: 40 to 80 hours

  • Experience: Over one year, less than five years

  • Can conduct fieldwork under the supervision of an A Level BIC

 

A Level Advanced Blaster

  • Classroom: Over 80 hours

  • Fieldwork: Over five years

  • Can manage, supervise and conduct blasting operations as a BIC

Once an A Level Advanced Blaster, they can become a Specialist in an area of expertise that

includes the following categories:

Avalanche, Breaching, Demolition. EOD-IED, General Construction, Instructor, K-9 Detection, Military Munitions, Pyrotechnic, Rock Quarry, Rock Underground, and Seismic Engineer.