This two day course covers the big five classes for AT/FP training certification, preparing students for travel to high threat countries. Subjects covered are The History of Terrorism, Terrorist Operations, Hostage Survival, Detecting Terrorists Surveillance and Individual Protective Measures. Once classroom portions are complete, the students will receive Route planning and Surveillance detection practical exercises in the Lillington and Fayetteville NC area. This course can be added to the three-day pistol or carbine course for a more in depth AT/ FP program of Instruction at a more affordable price. This is the combination course of the two-day INTAC and the Three-day CMMS course.
This module is for those individuals who are living, working or visiting high threat areas that have high criminal or terrorist activities. Training focus is on Security Assessment, Individual Protective Measures and the principles of foreign surveillance methods and techniques, and also how to detect surveillance with heavy emphasis on Counter-Surveillance Routes. These techniques are taught using classroom presentation and daily practical field exercises. The field exercises will involve several hours of walking and driving. This is the only courses that has the student move into a “safe house” and have active kidnapping and assassination attempts against them. Practical exercises take place in the Lillington, Fayetteville and Raleigh NC areas. Training days will usually last twelve hours, however, several days will last into the evening hours.
The Apprehension Avoidance Course encompasses techniques used to defeat restraints such as handcuffs, “flex-cuffs”, as well as improvised restraint devices. It deals with the “how to” of physically and psychologically dealing with initial incarceration (i.e. vehicle transport) by adversarial entities. Students are shown that these techniques are effective even under the stress of the physiological and psychological effects of startle, fear and imminent danger. This training is specifically designed for high-risk individuals who are subject to apprehension or kidnapping. Students will learn the proper “profiling” of individuals along with the proper mindset to deal with initial, temporary confinement. All skills are mastered through hands on practical application. The course culmination exercise utilizes scenarios based on the instruction provided in this module, allowing for the use of individual protective measures. These exercises are purposefully designed to allow the student to use techniques learned in a dynamic and intense setting.
This course will cover the range of Executive Protection from the basic principles to some advanced techniques. The course uses classroom lectures and practical field exercises. The training days will usually last eight hours plus night exercises. This is an Introduction only course and relies on strong unit team skills that are already possessed and enhances a unit’s capability. It is recommended that the unit have already completed an advanced firearms and basic driving course.
This 5-day course teaches motorcade operations used in extreme high threat areas of the world. The course will focus on protective operations. This course will teach techniques used in two, three and four vehicle motorcades/convoys. This 6-day course will incorporate two days of an evasive driving package plus three days of motorcade/convoy driving techniques.
This 10-day comprehensive course of instruction is for military units who could be tasked with providing protection service to high-ranking officials. The course uses classroom lectures and practical field exercises. Covering subjects such as Formations for Movement, Departures and Arrivals, Advance work, Residence Watch, Protective Vulnerability Assessments (PVA), Immediate Action Drills and other subjects. Training lasts eight -12 hours daily except where low light training is required.