The proliferation of executive protection training schools that have sprung up across the country and the globe create both an opportunity and a challenge. On the one hand, there are plenty to choose from and, on the other hand, it takes a degree of insight and investigation to separate those schools that are worthy of your investment from those bent on wasting your time and money.Newcomers to the industry can typically spend upwards of $1,000 to $3,000 or more in attending “basic” training courses before they realize whether or not the profession is something that they wish to further pursue. Bodyguard Careers offers a one day course costing only $250 that allows students to make an informed decision earlier and at a far less cost.
The objectives of this course are to provide executive protection trainees with a thorough insight into the realm of executive protection and to provide an overview of the skill sets required in order to pursue a career as a professional bodyguard.
This unique, low-cost course allows students to make a more educated decision on whether or not they should make the costly financial and time consuming investment into following a career in which they may later find does not suit them well.
The Seminar is eight hours and is conducted by seasoned professionals with real-life experience and expertise in the field of executive protection.
Working as an Executive Protection Specialist can be a rewarding career if you have the drive, the motivation, and the willingness to learn. With appropriate training and tools you can enhance your opportunities to excel in this elite field.
If you would like more information on the Introduction to Executive Protection Seminar, please sign up for a session below.
Thank you again for your interest. I look forward to sharing in your success! I know you will find as I have that you are on a career path that is both interesting and profitable!
Part One: Introduction to Protection: Morning Session
- What is Executive Protection?
- History of Executive Protection
- Types of Protective Roles
- Components of Protection Philosophy (Modules)
- Defining Risk, Threat, and Exposure
Part Two: Introduction To Protection: Afternoon Session
- Why Consider This Career?
- Who is Qualified?
- Skills to do the Job
- Training Schools
- Types of Clients
Duration: 1 Day (8 Hours)
Cost: $250.00 USD
Locations and Dates of Upcoming Seminar:
Saturday, July 17, 2010: Houston, Texas Bodyguard Training Session
Saturday, July 31, 2010: Chicago, Illinois Bodyguard Training Session
Saturday, August 14, 2010: Washington, DC Bodyguard Training Session
Saturday, August 28, 2010: Atlanta, Georgia Bodyguard Training Session
Saturday, September 11, 2010: New York City, New York Bodyguard Training Session
Sunday, September 12, 2010: New York City, New York Bodyguard Training Session (Females Only)
Saturday, September 25, 2010: Dallas, Texas Bodyguard Training Session
Saturday, October 9, 2010: Las Vegas, Nevada Bodyguard Training Session
Saturday, October 23, 2010: Los Angeles, California Bodyguard Training Session
Sunday, October 24, 2010: Los Angeles, California Bodyguard Training Session (Females Only)
Saturday, November 6, 2010: Miami, Florida Bodyguard Training Session
Saturday, November 13, 2010: Toronto, Canada Bodyguard Training Session
Saturday, December 4, 2010: Seattle, Washington Bodyguard Training Session
Saturday, December 11, 2010: Phoenix, Arizona Bodyguard Training Session
John, me as well 🙂
Hey what happened to these seminars…..???? AND YOU BETTER be bringing them to Northern California where I can go to one myself and/or help promote it for you!! lol. Loving your new and improved website! The more time I spend on it, the more I like it!! It is NOW Jan 2013!!
Any chance the seminar will take place in Santa Clara Ca area ( silicon Valley)
2011 schedule being posted soon?
Any chance of a visit to South Africa???
what about an international students. Can i join the seminar.
How about a class in Seattle??
Hmm, I’m looking at that Houston session as a possibility. I would LOVE to attend a females only session, but at this time traveling to NYC would not be practical for me. The L.A. session in October looks promising, but not quite sure yet.
It would be FANTASTIC if there could be a session here in Austin TX. Hope that could become a consideration some day soon.
Great Information. Who do I contact to sign up for the class Saturday, October 9th 2010: Las Vegas, Nevada.
H 719 545-0163