Students who attend all six courses will receive:
The Guardian Executive Protection Professional Certification,
A Letter of Recommendation
and GPF Executive Protection Pin
Signifying that they have completed the program
Executive Protection 101 Series includes Six Courses, including: Executive Protection "Classroom" Etiquette, Physical "101" for EP Agents, Emergency Medical, Handgun Retention and Disarming, an Intelligence Overview, and finally Expedient Weapons: Tactical Flashlight & Pen.
COURSE DATES: (ALL SATURDAYS) March 3rd, April 7th, May 5th, June 9th, July 7th, and August 4th, 2018.
Executive Protection 101 Course 1 Focuses on Emergency Medical for Executive Protection agents, including: Medical response in executive protection and Basic First Aid.
OPTIONAL: CPR/AED Certificates offered for an additional $25.00 Fee and extended session.
Executive Protection 101 Course 1 Focuses on Handgun Retention and Disarming for Executive Protection agents, including: Disarm Methods, Retention Methods, Counters and more.
Career criminals and terrorists commonly train in weapon-disarming methods, so it is important to understand how they work and what you may be able to do to thwart them. This class focuses first on disarms with the firearm in a “presented” or drawn position, in case you are ever in a situation where you need to disarm a threat, and also so you will better understand the danger you may still face even though you may have already drawn your own weapon.
Executive Protection 101 Course 1 Focuses on the relationship between Executive Protection and Intelligence including: A Brief History of Executive Protection, An Overview of Advance Work, Aspects of Executive Protection, What kind of information to gather, Cooperation/Working with other Security Professionals, and Sensitive Information Safeguarding.
Executive Protection 101 Course 1 Focuses on "Expedient Weapons: Tactical Flashlight & Pen" for Executive Protection agents.
In EP work you may not always have access to a firearm: Your contract may specify an unarmed detail, or you may be operating outside your own state or country and not be allowed to have one with you. Two items any EP agent should always have on hand, however, are a small powerful flashlight and a good pen. Old Japanese martial arts feature the use of many small-weapons techniques transferable across a broad range of tools in this size/shape range, and they will form the basis of this class.