Executive Protection Course

The Executive Protection Program consists of essential courses for both beginners and Security Professionals who want to bolster their resume with a certification from a school that meets a standard acceptable to the corporate world and has a reputation in the security industry but most of all in Gov. area recognise. This program seamlessly incorporates classroom and physical training to equip graduates with the practical skills required to launch a career in Protection Services. Upon completing the diverse spectrum of courses in the program that meet legal aspects of released diploma, each graduate will obtain his or her Certified Protection Specialist (C.P.S.) The credential that is in high demand within the Protective Services industry approved by EU Commission.

Embracing the Technological components of private security is what sets the Executive Protection Specialist apart from a bodyguard. Digital mapping technology is evolving very rapidly and this course attempts to keep pace with it. 

Our students are coming to us with computer skills not evident only a few years ago. Under SCP's direction, they learn how to use new tools for conducting immediate pre-advances through Dimensional Mapping and then how to apply the visual via Confirmation Route Planning. Proper Advanced Survey techniques will result in enhanced Time Management, Movement Safety, Area Surveillance, and Threat Management, all of which are vital to a successful Protection Detail.

This course focuses on applying modern technology to on-site, whether foreign or domestic, situational evaluations to ensure that graduates are prepared for the most formidable challenges of Intelligence Risk Assessments encountered in the field.

Protective Operations and Executive Protection

This course is taught directly from the perspective that arms-length protection is not necessarily the best protection available. High Profile celebrities often want the sense of a security Shield that a visible protection agent can provide. His or her comfort zone is greater when there is someone capable of warding off unwanted attention.  In corporate environments, the presence of Protectors is usually invisible.  CEO’s often don’t want the intrusion into their personal space, but their Board of Directors mandate protective services. 

The approach taken by our Low Signature Protective Operations is that Zero Presence is often more effective security than Arms-Length. The skills-sets are different and the teaching philosophy focuses on the source of the threat rather than the principal. 

Field drills include practical team manoeuvres and assignments that emphasize the role of Proactive, Predictive, and Behavioral Intelligence as the basis for protecting the Principal. Focused on Low-Profile Clients, this course will prepare students to develop and implement exhaustive protection plans in a Corporate Environment.

The Protective Intelligence Operations portion of the program is a unique teaching platform designed to present the student with an immersive, stress induced, Team Building Mission with different “Plug-Ins” that we introduce to the program in order to give it thematic coherence and a connection to the client. The client might equally be a corporate CEO, family member or celebrity.

The student is given a client itinerary and expected to determine a route destination, reasons for selection, and describe vulnerabilities. The Protective Detail is required to organize client itineraries and carry them out as a team. The teams are assigned to do advances for hotels, restaurants and the airport, produce a plan, give a presentation before ESI instructors, and then carry it out. These assignments are done in large and small protective details, on foot or in mobile convoys in an urban environment.


Topics Covered:

Zero PresenceFollow-up and Limousine Procedures

Psychological Disorders

Undesirable Contact

Red Flags and Dangerous Human Behavior

Intention to Make Contact

Intervention Strategies

Protective Operations

Attacks On Principal

Writing Management Plans

Advance Preparations

Protective Hardware

Protective Intelligence

Communications

Organization of Team Details

Command Post Operations