Executive Protection Essentials Course

Executive Protection Essentials EPE | 12-days | $3850 | All included!

This intensive 12-day Executive Protection course was originally designed by SECFOR International for individuals new to the protective industry and US Military & military personnel transitioning out of service and into the civilian domestic executive security & high risk protection industry, but is also the ideal starting point anyone wishing to break into the protection business. The EPE course is one of the most information-packed and relevant short-courses available today. The course is designed and taught by working professionals in the protective industry and it’s curriculum was designed from lessons-learned over years of experience running details domestically & foreign non-permissive environments.

When not instructing, our staff work regular assignments in Mexico, Iraq, Afghanistan, Beirut, Colombia, West Africa, Bosnia, & other elevated risk areas of the world. In addition, our instructor staff have acted as U.S. Government and Military Special Operations Program Management & instructors before moving into the protection industry working for Fortune 100 Corporations, High Net Worth individuals, Government Personnel, Celebrity clients, and a variety of other executive protection functions. 

The 12day course includes the following subjects:

  • Evasive / PSD Driving (3 days of Track Driving! We do not do Parking Lot courses!)
  • CPR/AED for Professional Rescuer Adult/Pediatric/Infant (This CPR course qualifies students for EMT training)
  • Tactical Combat Casualty Care certification via the NAEMT +
  • Firearms Package (Firearms rental and ammunition included in tuition!)
  • Resume, Networking & Recruitment clinic
  • Corporate & Celebrity Protection
  • Nuances of Tech Industry protection
  • Principles of Protection
  • Anatomy of a Protective Detail
  • Full protective detail
  • Single agent vs.Team Tactics
  • Walking Formations
  • Attacks On Principal Drills (AOP)
  • Client Evacuation
  • Resume assisitance and recruitment workshop
  • Surveillance Detection – Fixed site and Mobile
  • Technical Surveillance Detection Introduction & GPS Tracking
  • Vehicle basics / Team placement / Armored Vehicle Characteristics
  • Route Planning and Mission Plan preparation
  • Arrivals and Departures
  • Terrorist / Kidnapper/ Assassin Methods
  • Security Advances – Route & Site surveys
  • Proper Etiquette, Protocols & Professionalism
  • Industry outlook – Domestic & International

Our instructor staff are all working protection agents and teach what they use on a daily basis. The student will be walked through the entire process from evaluating threats, to arranging resources, route planning, advance work, briefing your team, and finally through the detail itself, including attack recognition, surveillance detection and attack response.



Prerequisites: No felony convictions. No misdemeanor domestic violence convictions

Location: Tucson, Az

Upcoming Courses: June 5-16, 2018 | Sep 4-15, 2018 (We will run a course in March with enough interest)

Length of course: 12-days 

Cost: $3850

Deposit: $500 to hold your spot

Financing Available: Yes

Lodging: Provided with course cost!

Meals: Provided with course cost!

Gear Required: Bring your laptop, we have everything else covered

Firearms rental & Ammunition: Provided with course cost!

Clothing: Casual. You do not need a suit for this course, though we will go over formal EP attire extensively. Jeans, Cargo Pants, or 511 pants are all acceptable. 1 3/4 inch belt or similar, tucked in T-Shirt, Short or Long sleeved button-down over-shirt. Hikers or boots are acceptable footwear for training. For protective details, dark casual dress shoes/socks, appropriate jeans, slacks, long-sleeve button down shirt. Bring a pair of throw-away clothing for medical training scenarios.


2018 EPE Schedule (select one)

Executive Protection Essentials / Jun 05 - Jun 16   
Executive Protection Essentials / Sep 4 - Sep 15
Executive Protection Essentials / Dec 4 - Dec 15

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