A search yielded very little so apologies if this has been covered previously. I recently attended the Glock Instructor's Workshop, hosted at the Tarrant County College Range in Ft Worth TX. I was anticipating a relatively easy course based solely on some peripheral feedback I got a few years ago. I was dead friggin wrong. Background: Been a cop for the better part of 15yrs. Rangemaster at my agency for the last 5, and I am "that guy". Gearqueer, ammo knerd, gun nut. I've attended instructor's courses from NRA, TCLEOSE, and other places; end-user courses at TEES, TFTT, ATK, and others. I hadn't attended any live-fire pistol courses since 2009 however, and in the last year I've been focusing a lot more on my own physical fitness, and teaching Less-Lethal at my agency. The range: a brand-new indoor facility, and it is fantastic. 50 and 100yd separate ranges, open-layout (no stalls), backstops rated to .50BMG, outstanding ventilation/climate control, and excellent classroom/amenity layout. Worth the time if your agency needs a place to train/qual. The instructor: Evans was laidback, no-BS, very efficient, scary-good, and a gentleman. I've seen plenty of very proficient instructors who are weenie-waving alphas, and their attitudes do not impress me or enhance their value. This guy's experience and skill come through with no advertising necessary. The course: listed as a "workshop", but there are objectives and standards to meet. Lots of info exchange and healthy competition between the instructor and students. 2.5 days, and there's a LOT of info, quals and drills crammed in there. The only course where I've shot more and pushed myself/been pushed harder was the TEES Hostage Rescue course. The course is listed as LE-only, and all the attendees were LE firearms instructors at their agencies. Our class was smaller than most, which made it more enjoyable for me. It's an excellent value, and a great bridge between state-board instructor courses and specialized shooting schools like Rogers, MISS, etc. It is not all Glock-specific, but I think folks and agencies who are running Glocks will get the max benefit from it. Lots of moving, speed, holster, and accuracy drills. Hostage shots @ 10-15yds, compressed times, and useful work at even 50-100 yds (yes you read that correctly.) Contact and CQC stuff is done, but there is a good amount of 10-25yd work which really tests and hones accuracy and targeting skills. Almost everything is done with combinations of movement, weakhand/one-hand, cover, and obscured/reduced targets. I consider myself a good instructor and very good pistol operator, but this course definitely challenged me, identified weaknesses in my personal training regimen, and fine-tuned my equipment, presentation, trigger control and movement. )Example: I'm lucky enough to live where I can shoot my .22LR conversion at a 8" steel target of my front porch (about 10-15yds), so I do a lot of that. It showed! At 10-15yds my accuracy and small-target work was great....but my up-close rapid-fire OMGWTF strings and 25-100yd work suffered. Stagnation is a bad thing.) If you require any more incentive, yes we did get to run the G18. I'd fired one a few times before, but it's always enjoyable. I also laid some knowledge on the other folks there and let them run my G20/9x25 conversion. That thing is nassssty on an indoor range. The only things I would added or added more of would be flashlight/low-light work, and work on steel targets. Please feel free to PM me with any questions.