11 January 2013

Standardized Training for Security Professionals

Standardized Training for Security Professionals

The days of simply handing someone a radio and flashlight are over.  In today’s litigious society, security professionals must know not only what is expected of them, but what they can and cannot do.   Security professionals are responsible for the physical and personal safety of the client / employer as well as their patients, students, and visitors.  The area of highest liability is use of force.

Unless under no circumstances is your staff expected to have physical contact with clients, patients, students, or visitors, they need to be provided with training that is recent, relevant, and realistic.  During our intensive one day program, we accomplish just that.

Using our proven methodology of Awareness, Avoidance, and Aggression, we provide attendees with common sense repeatable strategies.  

Course size is limited to 30 and pricing is available upon request.  Upon completion of training, each attendee will receive a certificate of attendance.  Topics covered include-
·        Interpersonal Communication Skills
·        Passive Restraint Tactics
·        Spontaneous Attack Survival
·        The importance of documentation
·        Unarmed Response To Active Shooter

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