- EP1 - Dayton, OH
September 19, 2020 - September 20, 2020
9:00 am - 4:30 pm
About this Course:
This course is designed to give you a detailed introduction to the fundamental skills and procedures required to provide personal protection to your family, friends, and clients.
A few of the fundamentals skills covered:
– Understanding the profile of the principle.
– Observation Skills to detect potential adversaries
– Advance operations and threat assessments.
– Choreography of protection
– Team and solo operations
– Principle control
– Overt vs covert protection
– Transportation Security
– Cover and Emergency Extraction
This course is taught by a licensed executive protection agent with extensive experience working in hostile environments. Although this course is applicable to those wanting to enter the EP career field, it is equally applicable to those wishing to be better prepared to protect their family and friends during travel and routine life.
All training equipment will be provided.
Students should bring multiple changes of clothing to include a a set for training and a business set (can be “Docker” type pants and a polo shirt).
This is a non-live fire course.
Open to ages 16+ with a valid driver’s license
Venue: Dayton, OH
Dayton Ohio. Actual location will be emailed to registrants 48 hours prior to the class.