Close Protection (120 Hours)

Close Protection (120 Hours)

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Duration: 120 hours over 3 weeks

CPSOTA is a security and close protection training organization. True professional private security, bodyguard or close protection.

The high-risk APR covers specific aspects of operations that are not addressed as part of the close protection officer training only; The high-risk APR covers specific aspects of operations that are not addressed as part of the close protection officer training only;

INTRODUCTION TO THE PROFESSION 12 hours

• Legislation and regulations

• The agent's mission

• Code of ethics

• Communications

• Personal protections

• equipment

• different types of protection, threat and aggressors• improvised explosive devices (IEDs)

• clothing and uniforms

• Learning to combat emotional and psychological abuse

Medical 20H

• Emergency First Aid

• First Aid in a hostile environment

• Fight effectively after being partially injured or immobilized

• Adapted Medicine in a Combat Environment• Hemorrhage and tourniquet management

• Musculoskeletal and skeletal injuries• Environmental emergencies (heat, cold, humidity, etc.)

• Equipment and supplies of a tactical medical kit.

FIREARMS, HANDLING AND SHOOTING 16H

• Mounting and dismantling a weapon

• Intensive Tactical shooting (pistol, rifle and semi-auto ...)

• Instinctive and reactive shooting, Drill in CQB

• Arms establishment procedures

• Kneeling, lying, Shooting at moving targets (side, front, diagonal)• Shooting from a moving vehicle (static and dynamic)

• Dynamic exercises using handguns and assault rifles• weapons and ammunition, ballistics

• Recognition of different types of explosives and devices

PLANNING 24H

• Cultural analysis of terrorism and threat assessment

• Counter-intelligence and information gathering

• Establishment of roads

• plans A B C D

• Communications with existing authorities and emergency services

• Day and night surveillance, under cover and counter surveillance

• Topography, orientation• Verification, search and security

• ostensible oversight• Security procedures against terrorism

• Surveillance, Counter-Surveillance

• Covers (power on / off)

• How and when to use translators

• Prevention of the risks of traps

• Understand the mechanisms of a suicide bombing

• Various methods of analyzing a vehicle trapped

• Use of unconventional explosives by terrorists

• escort techniques

• Tactical planning, dealing with traps in a building

OPERATIONAL SCENARIOS 24H
• techniques of immediate action in protection of "VIP"
• Types of surveillance (mobile, urban, technical, infiltration ...)
• Anti-Kidnapping
• Improved Explosive Devices (IEDs)
• escort techniques
• Teamwork with limited communication

PREVENTIVE AND EVASIVE DRIVING 8H
• Driving VIPs (driver and passenger)
• Physical attack by sitting in a vehicle
• Exfiltration
• Techniques for forcing roadblocks
• Avoid ambushes
• Choice of vehicle, modification, shielding categories
• Resume vehicle control after the driver has been incapacitated
• Evacuate a vehicle from a threatening crowd

DEFENSE, DISARMAMENT AND COMBAT TECHNIQUES 16H
• Discarding rope links, handcuffs
• TCR (Close Combat Techniques):
• Anticipating, Avoiding, Defusing Conflict
• Threats and knife attacks at different distances and 360 degrees
• Offensive Strangulation / Defensive Blood / Respiratory.
• CQB (Close Quarter Battle) Close Combat in Urban
• Clearance in limited visibility
• Procedure for the evacuation of hostages and victims

Prerequisites:
1-) be of age 18 minimum***
2-) No criminal record
3-) medical certificate of good physical and psychological health
4-) National identity document or passport
5-) Know how to read and speak French

PS:If the candidate does not meet the prerequisites indicated, the latter can contact us to study the possibilities of acquisition. 
Anyone who does not have the required prerequisites may be refused admission to training