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Industry experts are invited to share their experiences and training tips for new Executive Protection agents. The industry has evolved and veteran agents are faced with major transitions since they initially started.
Executive Director Jerry Heying emphasizes the importance of advance work as the most important skill to be developed for a successful and distinct career; they also highlight that professionalism is what makes or breaks a good Executive Protection agent.
Agents must work hard to avoid the problem and anticipate difficulties prior to those issues arise. The vast spectrum of backgrounds and experiences as to where our agents come from has a great effect to how an agent will handle each situation and client.
Military experience is a valuable asset to have but a successful bodyguard seeks training from reputable schools that will teach not only theoretical and practical skills, but they will also provide resources to their students but teaching them networking techniques to ensure that they get hired.
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