Close Protection Training Course Description
Over the past 6 years, hundreds of our customers have successfully completed Close Protection Training and gained their Close Protection SIA Licence. Close Protection is the pinnacle of the private security industry and for those candidates who achieve this qualification and secure their SIA Licence, a whole new world of exciting career opportunities opens up.
The role of a Close Protection Operative or Bodyguard is as varied as it is challenging. Operatives can find themselves protecting celebrities, politicians, visiting dignitaries, diplomats, sports stars and even royalty. Close Protection operatives often need to deal with high pressure and sometimes dangerous situations which require in depth knowledge and training.
About the course
The demands of the job mean that this Close Protection training course covers an extremely broad range of skills from threat assessment, operational planning and reconnaissance, to vehicle techniques, search procedures and close protection teamwork.
To allow ample time to teach the extremely broad range of skills required, the Close Protection course runs over 14 days and consists of three units – Working in the Private Security Industry, Working as a Close Protection Operative and Conflict Management.
In addition to the minimum course content required by the SIA, our course also include the following elements at no additional cost:
- First Aid at Work
- Close Combat Training
- Anti Ambush Training
Our courses are packed with theory and practical activities to keep you engaged throughout the duration of the course. The training is intense and some exercises will finish late so candidates must be prepared for a demanding period of instruction. We intentionally make the course fast paced and demanding to fully prepare candidates for the reality of life as a Close Protection Operative.
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