COURSES/TRAINING

SPECIALIST SECURITY & BODYGUARD TRAINING

INTERNATIONAL CLOSE PROTECTION TRAINING

Certificate of Professionalism Security Guard + Bodyguard (CPO) + Protection of explosives.

  1. Degree obtained

Surveillance, Private Security and Protection of people (Bodyguard, CPO)

Duration

330 hours, of which 290 hours are training and 40 hours are professional practices.

Modules

  • Surveillance and protection in Private Security. (250 hours)
  • Legal aspects in the development of the functions of security personnel. (90 hours)
  • Psychology applied to the protection of people and property. (30 hours)
  • Professional techniques and procedures in the protection of people, facilities and property. (90 hours)
  • Means of protection and weapons. (40 hours)
  • Protection of people. (40 hours)
  • Personnel protection techniques. (40 hours)
  • Module of professional practices of surveillance, private security and protection of people. (40 hours)

2. Degree obtained

Surveillance, Private Security and Protection of explosives

Duration

350 hours, of which 310 hours are training and 40 hours are professional practices.

Modules

  • Surveillance and protection in Private Security. (250 hours)
  • Legal aspects in the development of the functions of security personnel. (90 hours)
  • Psychology applied to the protection of people and property. (30 hours)
  • Professional techniques and procedures in the protection of people, facilities and property. (90 hours)
  • Means of protection and weapons. (40 hours)
  • Surveillance, transport and distribution of valuable or dangerous objects and explosives. (60 hours)
  • Module of professional practices of surveillance, private security and protection of explosives. (40 hours)

Study subjects

Aims & Objectives ● History of the Bodyguard ● Roles & Responsibilities ●The Bodyguard Team ● Operational Planning Introduction ● Client Profiling ● Report Introduction & Preparation ● Exercise – Report Writing ● Residential Security Team (RST) ● Venue Security Operations (VSO) ● Exercise – RST & VSO ● Route Planning ● Exercise – Route Planning ● Enbus & Debus ● Exercise – Enbus & Debus ● Foot Formations ● Cornering ● Foot Evacuation of a Principal ● Pressing the Flesh & Red-Carpet Protocols ● Conflict Management ● Threat Analysis ● Threat Analysis & Videos ● Threat & Risk Analysis & Mitigation (TRAM) ● Policies & Procedures ● Week Review & Presentation ● Exercise – Operational Planning ● Presentations of Operational planning Exercise ● Law ● Protocols & Etiquette ● Communication & Presentation ● Client Interview ● Exercise – Treat & Risk ● Surveillance ● Improvised Explosive Devices ● Electronic Surveillance Devices ● Searching (THEORY) ● Searching (PRACTICAL) ● Vehicle Movements & Tactics ● Standard Operating Procedures (SOP’s) ● Immediate Action Drills (IAD’s) ● Special Events- AGM’s, Greeting Lines ● Award Ceremonies ● Etc. ● Self-defense and Physical Preparation ● First Person on Scene ● Assessment Preparation ● assessments.

3. Degree obtained

Surveillance, Private Security / Protection of Persons (Bodyguard, CPO) / Protection of Explosives

Duration

Duration: 430 hours, including practices (80 hours are professional practices).

Modules

  • Surveillance and protection in Private Security. (250 hours)
  • Legal aspects in the development of the functions of security personnel. (90 hours)
  • Psychology applied to the protection of people and property. (30 hours)
  • Professional techniques and procedures in the protection of people (bodyguard), facilities and property. (90 hours)
  • Means of protection and weapons. (40 hours)
  • Protection of people (bodyguard). (40 hours)
  • Personnel protection techniques (bodyguard). (40 hours)
  • Surveillance, transport and distribution of valuable or dangerous objects and explosives. (60 hours)
  • Module of professional practices of surveillance, private security and protection of explosives. (80 hours)

Study subjects

Cuadro de texto:  Aims & Objectives ● History of the Bodyguard ● Roles & Responsibilities ●The Bodyguard Team ● Operational Planning Introduction ● Client Profiling ● Report Introduction & Preparation ● Exercise – Report Writing ● Residential Security Team (RST) ● Venue Security Operations (VSO) ● Exercise – RST & VSO ● Route Planning ● Exercise – Route Planning ● Enbus & Debus ● Exercise – Enbus & Debus ● Foot Formations ● Cornering ● Foot Evacuation of a Principal ● Pressing the Flesh & Red-Carpet Protocols ● Conflict Management ● Threat Analysis ● Threat Analysis & Videos ● Threat & Risk Analysis & Mitigation (TRAM) ● Policies & Procedures ● Week Review & Presentation ● Exercise – Operational Planning ● Presentations of Operational planning Exercise ● Law ● Protocols & Etiquette ● Communication & Presentation ● Client Interview ● Exercise – Treat & Risk ● Surveillance ● Improvised Explosive Devices ● Electronic Surveillance Devices ● Searching (THEORY) ● Searching (PRACTICAL) ● Vehicle Movements & Tactics ● Standard Operating Procedures (SOP’s) ● Immediate Action Drills (IAD’s) ● Special Events- AGM’s, Greeting Lines ● Award Ceremonies ● Etc. ● Self-defense and Physical Preparation ● First Person on Scene ● Assessment Preparation ● assessments.

Surveillance, Private Security / Protection of Persons (Bodyguard, CPO) / Protection of Explosives

Surveillance / Explosives


TECHNICAL-PROFESSIONAL AREA
1. Security
2. Technical means of protection (I)
3. Technical means of protection (II)
4. The alarm control center.
5. Detention
6. Self-protection
7. Protection of buildings.
8. Access control.
9. The protection of industrial estates and urbanizations.
10. Transportation of funds (I).
11. Protection of funds and securities. Storage, counting and classification.
12. Protection of evidence and evidence.

13. Forgery of documents and coins
14. Protection against explosive devices.


LEGAL AREA
1. Constitutional law.
2. The criminal offense.
3. People responsible for crimes and misdemeanors, Arts, 27 to 31 of the Penal Code.
4. Crimes against life and physical integrity
5. Crimes against liberty. Illegal detentions and kidnappings, threats, coercion
6. Crimes against property and the socio-economic order: theft, robbery, extortion, reception, damage and other related behaviors.
7. Crimes of documentary falsehoods.
8. Crimes committed in the exercise of constitutional rights and freedoms
9. Crimes against privacy, the right to image, and the inviolability of the home.

10. The complaint. Concept; the obligation to report.
11. The detention of the criminal offender.
12. Rights of the detainee and its processing by the active subject to the arrest
13. Help to the Security Forces. Topic

14. Competent authorities in security matters.
15. The private security laws.
16. Private security personnel.
17. Labor contract. Right to collective bargaining. Right to strike

SOCIOPROFESSIONAL AREA
1. Techniques for identifying and describing people.
2. Human relations and security.
3. Professional deontology
4. Hierarchical relationships and communication
5. Self-control


INSTRUMENTAL AREA: COMMUNICATION SYSTEMS
1. Communication systems
2. Means of detection.


INSTRUMENTAL AREA: FIRE PROTECTION
1. Fire chemistry and physics. Analysis of the factors of a fire.
2. Classes of fire, Theory of extinction. Methods.
3. Extinguishing agents
4. Extinguishers. Types
5. Hydrants, dry columns and equipped fire hydrants

INSTRUMENTAL AREA
FIRST AID MEASURES

1. Introduction.
2. Emergent first aid.
3. Non-emergent first aid.
4. Collection, immobilization of accident victims and waiting positions.

INSTRUMENTAL AREA:
POLICE PERSONAL DEFENSE

1. Personal defense (1)
2. Personal defense (II).
3. Personal defense (II).
4. Technique of use of the defense.

INSTRUMENTAL AREA:
ARMAMENT AND SHOOTING

1. Weapons.
2. Arms regulations.
3. Regulatory weapons in private security.
4. Ballistic and ammunition
5. Safety regulations in the handling of weapons.
6. Maintenance and care of the weapon.

7. The principle of proportionality.

8. Training shot.
9. Shooting practice

Protection of Explosives

LEGAL AREA

1. Special Administrative Law. The Explosives Watcher: Nature. Requirements for obtaining the qualification; functions to perform.

2. The Explosives Regulations: Articles that especially affect you. Royal Decree 989/2015 of October 30, which approves the Regulation of pyrotechnic articles and cartridges: articles that especially affect it. Mining Law and Regulations. National Regulations for the Transport of Dangerous Goods by Road, Rail and Air: Articles that especially affect you.

3. Special Criminal Law. The crime of illegal possession of explosives.

ARMAMENT AND SHOOTING TECHNICAL MODULE

1. Weaponry. Regulatory weapons for use by the Explosives Vigilante. Study of regulatory weapons. Ballistic and ammunition. Conservation and cleaning.

2. Theory of shooting. Internal ballistics. External ballistics. Ballistics effects.

3. Safety regulations in the handling of weapons. General and specific.

4. Instruction shot. Practices with real fire with the regulation weapons, both with the short weapon, and the long weapon used in the custody of transports.

Bodyguard

TECNICOPROFESSIONAL AREA
1. Protection in general
2. Dynamic protection.
3. Protection techniques in motion.
4. Static protection
5. Safety techniques in vehicles.
6. Caravans.
7. Observation information
8. The attack
9 Protection in helicopter transfers.
10. Conventional and conventional explosive devices
11. Vehicle search Security measures.

12. Initiating systems and explosive substances
13. Effects of explosives
14.Treatments for bomb threats
15. Search and location of artifacts
16. Evacuation

LEGAL AREA
1.The Private Bodyguard, Regulation of functions and limits of action
2. The request for the Escort service
3. Instructions and sanctions in the provision of the service
ANNEX: Modification of the Private Security Law

SOCIOPROFESSIONAL AREA
1. Personal identification.
2. The stress.

POLICE PERSONAL DEFENSE

Police Personal defense in protection of personalities.

ARMAMENT AND SHOOTING
1. Regulation weapon of the Private Bodyguard
2. Shooting theory
3. Safety regulations in the handling of weapons
4. Instruction shooting


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International Security Courses

CPO Close Protection Officer / SIA- International Level 3 license
Course information
The main objective of the course is to provide the student with all the theoretical knowledge and practical skills necessary to work as a close protection agent (ESCORT) as soon as they complete our intensive 14-day program. The course will use a minimum of classroom lectures (THEORY) with a maximum of realistic and practical field training exercises to provide a complete understanding of escort operations around the world. The CPO course includes general knowledge within the ‘Business’ and ‘Dignitary’ areas of Scenic Protection, and its training program is based on proven training methods. The course is International approved.
To obtain the Level 3 Certificate to Work as a Close Protection Operator within the Private Security Industry, you will need to attend and take two training modules (online and face-to-face) and take and pass an exam.

PSD Personal Security Detail / PMC Private Military Contractor Level 4
Course information
The main objective of this unique training is to prepare military / law enforcement officers and security personnel for protection operations in a hostile environment (Africa, Central / South America, Middle East). The training will provide the maximum of realistic scenarios created by international security experts and will allow its participants to become familiar with different types of weapons or equipment indispensable in high-risk countries. The course ends with a Level 4 Personal Safety Detail.

Maritimo MSO Maritime Security Operative
Course information
The main objective of this training program is to provide its participants with all the theoretical knowledge and practical skills necessary to perform the functions of the maritime security operation in accordance with international standards and procedures.
In addition, participants will have the opportunity to participate in the module “live ship operations” that will allow them to better understand the specificity of the maritime sector and the role of the MSO. The course covers all the certificates that are currently required to perform functions as a Maritime Security Operator.

CQB Close Quarter Battle Level 4
Tactical / Interior
Course information
Our seven-day closed-room battle course is for operators or units who want to learn combat-proven techniques to aggressively and safely clean a house or structure. There will be no “this is a trigger, this is a front view” class during this week of intense training. Operators attending this class are expected to go live.
It will consist of advanced shooting drills and will include a “stress shootout” to ensure everyone can shoot safely within a closed structure or in any CQB environment. Force on force drills.
This course will be taught by ex-special military operators who specialize in hand-to-hand battles. Attendees are expected to wear helmets and body armor or “complete kits” for most exercises.

MEZAR Medicine in High Risk Areas Level 4
Course information
This course is dedicated to Soldiers, PMCs, Bodyguards, and everyone else who operates with weapons, especially on a battlefield.
Medical equipment and access to professional emergency care is limited in this setting.
Problems on a battlefield (MEZAR, MIRA, or TCCC) are statistically related to gunshot or explosion wounds.

Tactical and Dynamic SHOT (Real, Simunition and Sniper). Short / Long / Combination Weapon GLOCK 17, GLOCK19, AR15, AK 47, Remington 700 .308 Winchester.
Course information
This course is designed to begin and develop skills for the student using all weapons systems in a tactical environment. The course is designed to teach our students how to operate weapon systems such as pistols, machine guns, and rifles. You will practice skills that will develop your precision and increase your confidence with your pistol, submachine gun and rifle. This course is fast paced with 90% hands-on training time to prepare students to handle the most challenging tactical shooting situations.

K9

Search and Rescue dogs
Dogs play many roles in our lives. Some dogs are playmates. Some are guardians. Some are service dogs. And some dogs are best described as heroes. Canines involved in search and rescue missions are heroic dogs that harness their natural abilities to help people in distress.

What do search dogs smell for?
They can be used to find human remains, firearms, explosives, and even invasive species. Dogs are also good at sniffing out illicit drugs. Most sniffer dogs can be trained to pick up the smell of marijuana, cocaine, heroin, methamphetamine, opiates, ecstasy and LSD.

We teach that kind of dog.

DRONES (Security)
Basic / Instructor
Professional drone pilot course in emergencies and security.
Train yourself with this exclusive Aerocámaras course and specialize in the management of drones in emergency situations and in rescue work. Become an expert in the use of unmanned aircraft.
DRONES Remote Pilot Instructor.

Green Beret, SPECIAL FORCES Level 6
Survival, Diving, Skydiving and more ……
Its purpose is to provide the technical knowledge that allows the training and selection of students for their subsequent performance as special operations combatants.
Subjects
MILITARY PHYSICAL TRAINING I ● ARMAMENT AND SHOOTING I ● COMBAT TECHNICAL INSTRUCTION I ● OVERCOMING OBSTACLES ● SANITATION I ● SURVEYING AND NAVIGATION ● TRANSMISSIONS.
Its purpose is to provide the complementary knowledge that will train students as team combatants, acting in special operations missions.
Subjects
PARACHUTE ● MILITARY PHYSICAL INSTRUCTION II ● ARMAMENT AND SHOOTING II ●
I N T E L I G E N C I A AND COUNTERINTELLIGENCE ● COMBAT II TECHNICAL INSTRUCTION ● EXPLOSIVES ● MILITARY OPERATIONS IN URBAN FIELD ● AIRCRAFT OPERATIONS ● PLANS AND ORDERS ● HEALTH II ● SURVIVAL ● TACTICAL ● LIFE, MOVEMENT AND COMBAT.
Its purpose consists of carrying out the study and execution of special operations missions, as well as advising on employment opportunities for Special Operations Units. For this, tactical exercises are carried out in which missions of special reconnaissance, direct action and military assistance are carried out.
Subjects
MILITARY PHYSICAL INSTRUCTION III ● HEALTH III ● TACTICAL EXERCISES ● LIFE, MOVEMENT AND COMBAT IN AQUATIC ENVIRONMENT / RESCUE.

RESCUE SWIMMER – RESCUE DIVER – LIFEGUARD

Rescue swimmer is a designation given to rescue specialists, most commonly in the service of the military. Rescue swimmers usually are charged with the rescue, assessment, and rendering of medical aid to persons in distress in the sea, on the land, or in the air. This highly specialized position is extremely challenging.

Rescue Diver

While uncommon, emergencies in scuba diving can occasionally occur. The Rescue Diver course trains you to anticipate and respond to a variety of diving-related emergencies. You’ll be taught to be aware of your own personal safety and focus on the safety of others.