Executive Protection Training

Current course Price:  $2000

Course Date: 

Start: March 22, 2018 - 6:00am - EST

End: March 25, 2018 - 6:00pm - EST

Add-On Options Available

Course Description

Executive Protection is one of the most coveted security jobs on the planet, but not just anybody can do it. To even be considered you will have to make an investment in yourself, and that investment is quality Executive Protection Training. 

Our instructors have protected some of the most important and wealthiest clients on the planet, from musicians to athletes, public officials, we can teach you to do the same.

We occasionally recruit the top graduating students from our classes to give them their first executive protection job.

Students will learn the fundamentals of Executive Security.


Our Course Will Cover

  • About the Executive Protection Profession
  • Code of Conduct and Ethics
  • Dress and Appearance
  • Duties and responsibilities of an EP agent
  • Risk and Threat Assessments
  • Managing logistics and travel
  • Security Advances and Operations Planning
  • Route Planning
  • Surveillance and Observation
  • Predictive Profiling
  • Counter surveillance and ambush avoidance
  • Bomb Threat Management
  • Introduction to bugs, and eavesdropping devices and tactical security countermeasures to prevent them
  • Vehicle skills – dynamics, maneuvers, motorcades, and security
  • Introduction to Armored Security Vehicles
  • Tactical Shooting and handling of different weapons
  • Close Protection of principals (clients)
  • Working with a team and alone
  • Security Movements and Personnel Assignments
  • Travel Security (national and international)
  • Protection of Information (Digital, documents, wifi, passwords, cellular, etc.)
  • Protection of assets (computers, tablets, equipment, firearms, etc.)

Advanced | Active Shooter

Training Course


Add-On Options Available

Course Description

Active Shooter Training is a necessity for security officers.  According to a 2013 FBI Study, the United States has experienced over 160 Active Shooter incidents with nearly 1500 casualties between 2000 – 2013. The number of incidents and casualties are increasing with each passing month. DC has even had its share of Active Shooters – The Navy Yard and Columbia Mall. Nearly 85% of the security officers serving the nation have never been trained how to respond to an Active Shooter incident. Are you one of them or will you be prepared?

This high action, high impact, high results Active Shooter training course prepares security officers for the worst. This class is a must for career minded security officers and is a career booster for your resume. By taking this class you place yourself at the top of every hiring manager’s list of applicants, as they are now looking for well-rounded, highly trained security officers for highly paid security jobs.

During training, you will engage in a Advance Gun Range Technique Training & also perform Active Shooters Drills with a licensed NRA instructor.

This course is equipped with live fire training guns. 


Students will also learn how to:

  • Identify warning signs
  • Work with HR and Management to report behaviors and indicators
  • Search and Clear rooms and buildings
  • Evacuate buildings
  • Recognize bombs and suspicious packages
  • Identify weapons
  • Tactical Shooting
  • Neutralize threats
  • Coordinate efforts with police
  • Respond to media
  • Medical response to injured victims


Advanced | Firearms

Shooting & Gun Operations Training Course

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Add-On Options Available

Course Description

You will learn

  • Presenting your handgun while on the move
  • Responding to threats from the rear
  • Responding to threats utilizing non-standard presentation techniques
  • Shooting from unconventional positions (lying on your back, lying on your side)
  • One handed malfunction clearances using either the firing or support hand
  • Situational decision making based on your opponent’s weapon, characteristics, and proximity
  • Advanced use of cover and concealment
  • Malfunction clearances on the move
  • Weapon presentation from within a vehicle (including egress from the vehicle)
  • Shooting around or under vehicles and other types of cover or concealment
  • Advanced low light and night techniques, such as utilizing cover while using a flashlight