21st Century Training: Connecting Training to Organizational Goals and Metrics

June 14, 2022
1:00pm - 2:15pm

Training is a critically important, expensive, and time-intensive effort for any law enforcement agency. Ongoing personnel shortages add to the need for training to be effective, connected to desired changes in knowledge, skills, abilities, and organizational metrics. Join this webinar to learn about:

  • Best training practices based on lessons learned in law enforcement, public safety, cognitive psychology, and other evidence-based practices,
  • Keys to maximizing training time for quality and enhanced outcomes,
  • The difference between “training” and supervisorial/leadership challenges,
  • Training and performance support and why performance support can be even more critical,
  • Techniques to link training to organizational goals and metrics.


Joseph Dulla has operated in various first responder roles (EMT, lifeguard, mountain rescue, and sworn law enforcement) for over 39 years. He served 31 years in various sworn ranks and assignments with the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department with his final 4+ years as the Lieutenant responsible for Recruit Training where over 5,000 recruits were trained. He also co-founded the “Fast Track Tactical Sports Medicine” program that implemented rapid diagnostics, sports medicine, and other concepts to address pain and rapidly return injured personnel to duty. Joe served as the Chairman of the Subject Matter Expert Committee for CA POST’s Patrol Physical Abilities Workgroup and has presented locally, nationally, and internationally on the topics of Officer Safety and Wellness, physical job demands, injuries, attrition, and rapid return to duty efforts.