WRCTC CORE CURRICULUM
WRCTC has developed a dynamic curriculum set with which to deliver content and results.
The schoolhouse currently offers six major curriculum sets, referred to
cumulatively as the “WRCTC Core Curriculum.” The course titles listed below
represent broad, yet coherent themes which bring together related ideas in the
form of individual classes, modules, and practical exercises. These classes,
modules, and practical exercises are designed to be tailored and packaged based
on consumer need.
Threat Finance Intelligence
Threat Finance Intelligence Course introduces students to the value of money
and how criminal organizations raise, move, store and use it. Several case studies and student practical
exercises help familiarize students with real life applicability of the basics
of threat finance. The goal of this
course is to raise awareness for the various methods by which criminal organizations
hide and use their money.
Full Spectrum Operational Planning
This course is designed to provide an
overview of the Army Military Decision Making Process (MDMP) and Mission
Planning to officers of law enforcement agency. This course covers the seven steps of MDMP
and the tasks embedded within those steps.
Upon course completion students will be able to recognize, correlate and
execute MDMP in order to allow better facilitation between the military and the law enforcement community in a joint working environment. It will also enable the student to plan safe
and successful missions while focusing on the processes used to successfully
Executive Seminar Series
The Executive Seminar Series is designed as an opportunity for
executive/director level leaders to engage with peers and subject matter experts (SMEs) from across the
contemporary operating environment. The series (made up of short topic based
seminars) will center on current topics and themes which challenge leadership
and government and require thought, tact, and cross-organization cooperation to
overcome. In addition to a fresh perspective and observations about an issue or
problem, facilitators will discuss WRCTC capabilities with attendees, and offer
assistance in the form of additional training and resources which may be utilized
to resolve a challenge. Finally, the seminars (to be facilitated much like a
discussion) will foster cross-organizational communication, coordination, and
Course description: This course is designed to understand, describe, and template networks. This course, combined with a
full understanding of the operational environment, affords a more comprehensive
approach to engage and influence networks. Students will be introduced
to kinetic and non-kinetic methods for network interaction.
Intelligence Integration for Operational
This course is intended to cover key aspects of intelligence integration for
operational support to law enforcement agencies involved in counternarcotic
efforts. This course focuses on the
fundamentals of intelligence, the intelligence cycle, human intelligence, and
intelligence analysis. This course will
also provide students with the fundamentals of analysis pertinent to
investigations, field intelligence operations, and threat analysis. In addition, the course will examine source
development, interviewing for intelligence, and an introduction to deceptive
behavior. Upon course completion, students will be able to recognize and collect
pertinent information and apply analytical skill sets to operational processes.
These skills will aid law enforcement in providing effective actionable
intelligence to strategic and operational initiatives.
Course description: This course is designed as
an introduction to intelligence preparation focusing on targeting and
preparation of the operational environment. Students will learn how to define,
describe, evaluate, and determine the effects of the environment upon the targeting
cycle and operational requirements. This course will prepare supervisors and
planners to implement effective targeting methodologies derived from an
intelligence based approach to threat and environmental analysis.