TRAINING PROGRAMS

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Our dedicated team of protection professionals subscribes to the protection methodologies endorsed by State Regulatory Boards and specific security and protection doctrine.  Examples include:  The North Carolina Private Protection Services Board and the Commonwealth of Virginia Department of Criminal Justice Services, The Department of Defense Anti-Terrorism/Force Protection and Law Enforcement, the United States Diplomatic Security Training Center, the United States Secret Service, and Executive Security International (ESI) doctrines.

Minimum Security Officer Training

(Mandated State-specific Classroom Instruction)

  • General Statutes

  • Deportment

  • Controlled Substance Identification & Handling

  • Legal Aspects of a Security Officer

  • Use of Force Continuum

  • Report Writing

  • Security Patrols

  • Handgun and Shotgun Safety, Operations, and Maintenance Training

  • Weapons Certification and Qualification Courses

 

Advanced Security Officer Training

(Advance & Specialized Classroom Instruction)

  • Observation Skills and Memory

  • Field Note Taking and Report Writing

  • Public Relations

  • CPR and First Aid

  • Business Image

  • Client Imaging

  • Customer Satisfaction

  • Employee Empowerment

  • Interpersonal Communication

  • Crowd Control

  • Traffic Control

  • Crisis Intervention

  • Crowd Control

  • Site Specific On-The-Job (OJT) Post Training

  • Job Safety

  • Legal Rules and Regulations

  • Managing Conflict

  • Stress Management

  • Threat Assessment

 

Security Supervisor Training

(Conducted on a Continuing Basis)

  • Leadership and Performance Management

  • Human Resource Management

  • Management Foundations

  • Managing Diversity in the Workplace

  • Public Relations

  • Performance Counseling

  • Supervisory Practices

  • Team Development

  • Legal Issues

  • Protection Management

  • Threat Assessment

  • Countermeasures Design

  • Quality Control

  • Training and Professional Development

 

Management Training

(Conducted as Required)

  • Basic Alarm Systems

  • Computer Security

  • Crime in Business

  • Crime Scene Procedures

  • Criss Intervention

  • Crowd Control management and Procedures

  • Emergency Planning and Disaster Control

  • Employee Dishonesty

  • Explosive Devices, Bomb Threats, and Search Procedures

  • Field Notes and Report Writing

  • Fire Prevention and Detection

  • First Aid for Security Officers

  • Hazardous Materials Identification and Management

  • Health, Fitness, and Exercise Prescription

  • Human Relations

  • Interviewing Techniques

  • Labor Relations, Lockouts, and Strikes

  • Legal Aspects of Security

  • Observation Skills and Memory

  • Patrol Techniques

  • Physical Security Planning

  • Police and Security Liaison

  • Public Relations

  • Safety and the Protection Officer

  • Security Awareness

  • Security Investigations

  • Self Defense Tactics

  • Stress Management

  • Substance Abuse

  • Terrorism and VIP Protection

  • The Protection Officer and the Law

  • Traffic Control Procedures

  • Use of Force Continuim

 

Firearms Training

(Minimum 40-hours of Seven Modules Plus Qualification)

I.     Legal Issues (5 hours) – State General Statue;

       Justified Self Defense; Justified Deadly Force;

       and Carrying a Concealed Weapon.

 

II.  Safety (2-hours) – Storage of Firearms; and

      Safe Gun Handling.

III. Handgun Operation & Maintenance (5 hours)

      Nomenclature of the Revolver or

      Semiautomatic; Safely load and Unload; Cycle of

      Operation of the Semiautomatic Handgun; and

      Clean and Inspect the Handgun.

Marksmanship Fundamentals (8 hours) – Four Steps of the Draw; Proper One-hand and Two-hand Grip; Shooting Stances; Sight Alignment; Sight Picture; and Malfunction Drill.

IV.   Night Firing (5 hours) – Operational

        Philosophy; and Techniques.

V.    Shotgun Operations (4 hours) – Major Parts

        of the Pump or Semiautomatic Shotgun;

        Properly Mount the Shotgun; Combat Load the

        Shotgun; and Carry Positions for the Shotgun.

VI.   Encounter Techniques (4 hours)

        Difference between Cover and Concealment;

        Four Colors of the Metal Conditioning Color

        Code System; and How to Fire from Behind a  

        Barricade.

 

QUALIFICATION – Appropriately selected Courses of Fire (7 hours).

 

Specialized Training

  • ASP Expandable

  •  ASP Handcuffing Techniques

  •  International Ship & Port Facility Securuity

  •  Maritime Transportation Security (Ship/Company/Port Facility Office/Trainer)

  •  Metal Detection Device Operations

  •  Oleoresin Capsicum (OC) Aerosol Projectors

  •  Personal Protection Agent and Protection Details

  •  Security Officer Basic and Advanced Firearms

  •  Special Events Operations and Crowd Management

  •  Surveillance and Counter-Surveillance