COURSE CONTENT The general course content covers roles and responsibilites, principles of protection, tools of the trade, critical thinking, advancing, threat and vulnerablity assessments, common venue sites, basic vehicle dynamics, defensive tactics, principles of firearms, stress inoculation, scenario based training, hostage survival, escaping captivity, working and living with celebrities, criminal & civil law, and general liabilites.
TRAINING METHODOLOGY (MOI) We believe in making training as realistic as possible. Classrooms are excellent places to learn the theory and wrap your head around a concept. That said, the only way to really LEARN how to do something is through practical application. Our courses are at a ratio of 40% classroom education to 60% hands on practical application of a learned skill. Crawl, walk, run. This is how we move. "Advanced Skills" are nothing more than properly learned and trained basic skills executed well under stress.
PREREQUISITES & QUALIFICATIONS ¤ Candidates must successfully pass a background check prior to being accepted into the course. (Any felonious convictions are an automatic disqualification, no exceptions.) ¤ Candidates are required to pay tuition in full two weeks prior to course. ¤ Candidates must sign indemnification in advance.
INSTRUCTORS Our instructor cadre consists of current tour security directors, former military spec ops, and current & prior law enforcement officers.
WHAT TO EXPECT ¤ All students will receive 12 hours per day of specialized security training, course materials and specified published manuals. ¤ Students who successfully complete the course will earn a Celebrity Protection course certificate. ¤ Distinguished graduates placing in the top of the class will be submitted to pool for potential future employment.
*THEBASIC COURSE IS LIMITED TO 10 STUDENTS-NO EXCEPTIONS*
The Advanced Course will be offered only once per year. Less than six (6) students will be accepted. PREREQ: Candidates must pass the Basic Course in the top 20% of the class. This score is comprised of instructor evaluations, peer evaluations, practical application tests, and a written exam.
Custom courses are very limited and require a minimum of four (4) students and Senior Instructor approval.
**ENROLLMENT DEADLINE IS THREE WEEKS PRIOR TO THE FIRST DAY OF CLASS**
COST Condensed four (4) day, 50 hour course is $2495.
We offer a 20% discount to active, retired, or reserve military and law enforcement. We also offer a 10% discount for any honorably discharged veteran who provides a DD214 upon enrollment.
ALL Courses are FREE for all Medal of Honor recipients.
There are a limited number of Partial Scholarships available for each course. Submit request stating your case along with a CV or resume at least 90 days prior to course start date. You will receive a confirmation or denial 30 days in advance of course.
REQUIRED GEAR To be provided at time of enrollment
ADDITIONAL INFORMATION Upon enrollment you will receive a general overview of the course and timeline, as well as a list of local hotels, restaurants, and activities. LOCATION The location of the class is approximately 20 miles WEST of St. Louis, Missouri.
LODGING Lodging is not included in the course cost. The closest hotels to our training sites are located in and near CHESTERFIELD, MO. There are a number of other hotels in the area which are less than 5 miles from the training site. Some area hotels include Comfort Inn Suites Chesterfield ($80/night), Hampton Inn Chesterfield ($100/night), Hyatt Place Chesterfield ($120/night), Spring Hill Suites Chesterfield ($130/night) and the Double Tree by Hilton ($150/night).
TRANSPORTATION If you stay in the immediate area (less than 5 miles from training sites), we can transport you to and from training daily. This saves you the expense of a rental car.
FOOD There are no less than fifty dining options within 1 mile of the training facilities. When enrolled, you will receive a list of local eating establishments.
DEPOSITS A deposit of 50% is due NLT 30 days before the start of class.
Dates subject to change within four (4) weeks of scheduled course. The response to the courses have been higher than anticipated. We are dedicated to keeping the classes small and are in the process of working out a new schedule that allows for multiple annual courses. Although the course content will not change, we will likely adjust the dates to accommodate the touring schedules.