Executive Protection 2-Day Training 05/22/2021 & 05/23/2021
The Executive Protection Training Program consists of essential courses for both beginners and Security Professionals who want to boost their résumé with a certification that meets a standard acceptable to the corporate world and has a reputation in the Executive Protection Industry. The program seamlessly incorporates classroom and physical training to equip graduates with the practical skills required to launch a career.
Designed to meet the demand for executive security both domestically and internationally, this comprehensive course covers the most vital concepts of low to medium risk protective operations.
Students learn to develop plans, conduct route and site surveys, perform foot formations and execute emergency immediate action procedures. Teamwork is the key to success and the course emphasizes this by culminating in a realistic street scenario protection mission. This is a physically and mentally demanding course requiring long days and maximum student participation. Students should prepare accordingly.
Draken Private Security's Executives combined 30+ years of experience in different areas such as FBI, Military, International EP Agent, Government Protection, Police, etc.
Our Instructors for the different modules of this training include Draken's VP's, Marine Corps Doctors, Krav Maga Black Belts, Veterans, MMA Fighters, and Executive Protection Officers. We will work together to help you adopt a different point of view about the Executive Protection industry. We have no more than 12 students per class to ensure everyone can learn effectively; we will answers questions and build you a solid mindset concerning the Security Industry.
Executive Protection Fundamental
What is an Executive Protection Officer’s job? What makes an excellent Executive Protection Officer?
Advancing Aspects, Routes, and Locations
Our specialists will teach you how to plan and conduct an advance. Including collecting the information needed to ensure your client's safety, recognize an area, creating an itinerary and an exit plan.