Looks like there's more than 24 hours worth of stuff.
I am enjoying the hell out of working with a tight group of experienced, talented people for three+ days. We've covered most (but not all) of the building blocks; the basic drills; sensitivity; counter-assault; force law; efficient movement; self-teaching; and touched on CQ combat shooting, the emotional elements of blade work and psychological first aid. Tomorrow: recap, environmental fighting; That Which Works When Things Are Hopeless; the initiative drill and just general banging and rolling for fun.
Good conversation as well, and good food (calazone thick with pepperoni; Lebanese chicken soup; BBQ). It's a happy time. Finally met LawDog Jon, and that was an honor. Sometimes New York's Finest isn't a cliche. Sometimes it's merely a description.
The Conflict Communication course has been approved by Minnesota POST (Police Officer Standards and Training) for continuing education credit. That's a huge step.
All in all, things are going very nicely...