TRAINING

This in-depth executive protection training course is designed to cover the skills and procedures required to provide effective executive/dignitary protection. This course will meet the needs of those who are responsible for establishing security measures while protecting prominent individuals, corporate board members and executives, expatriate personnel, celebrities and other target groups who may be at risk. This class offers a comprehensive program and training curriculum that incorporates the latest industry standards and lessons learned from numerous international and domestic operations. This is a hands-on and interactive course.

Course Outline:

  • image/svg+xml Protective Security Formations
  • image/svg+xml Protection Agent Responsibilities
  • image/svg+xml Arrivals and Departures
  • image/svg+xml Special Events
  • image/svg+xml Attacks on the Principal
  • image/svg+xml Attacks on Motorcades
  • image/svg+xml Protection Strategies and Tactic
  • image/svg+xml Operational Planning
  • image/svg+xml Communications and Logistics
  • image/svg+xml Operations Management
  • image/svg+xml Principal Emergency Medicine
  • image/svg+xml Threat Analysis and Risk Assessment
  • image/svg+xml Venue Advances
  • image/svg+xml Residential Protection
  • image/svg+xml Vehicle security
  • image/svg+xml Motorcade and Protective Security Driving
  • image/svg+xml Operations in High-Threat Environments
  • image/svg+xml Legal Principles of Personal Protection
  • image/svg+xml Tactical combat casualty care (TCCC)
  • image/svg+xml AZ DPS unarmed and armed security class

TESTING: Each student will be expected to perform the skills segments of this course. The student will be evaluated on their performance on the firearms ranges, driving track, walking formations, attack on principal drills, and attack on motorcade drills, venue advances, along with overall operational planning. The students must actively participate and show satisfactory performance in these tasks. Upon completion of this course you will be able to get you Arizona Department of Public Safety unarmed and armed security credentials. 1000 rounds of pistol ammo and 1000 rounds of carbine ammo will be needed.

This course is designed for those individuals who are vulnerable and under the threat of a terrorist or organized criminal attack while in transit. The training emphasizes the proactive approach to protection. The areas that will be covered are terrorist operations & surveillance detection; consisting of past terrorist/criminal attacks, lessons learned, route analysis and surveillance detection. Security driver training is designed to improve the car control skills of licensed drivers at any experience level. The student learns about vehicle dynamics and the importance of understanding “vehicle language.” This is accomplished through realistic exercises such as straight-line emergency braking, braking-in-turns, serpentine, skid pad, swerve-to-avoid, and off-road recoveries. The student will also learn about the use of focusing your eyes on where you want the vehicle to go. Vehicle control skills will be applied to technical driving which requires the student to accurately read and negotiate a road way at elevated speeds. It will teach the driver how to use the vehicle as a means of escape or as a weapon for survival.

  • image/svg+xml Terrorist Operations
  • image/svg+xml Surveillance Detection
  • image/svg+xml IED Search
  • image/svg+xml Vehicle Dynamics
  • image/svg+xml Close Proximity Driving
  • image/svg+xml Accident Avoidance
  • image/svg+xml Street Line Driving
  • image/svg+xml SUV Familiarization
  • image/svg+xml Review Day 2
  • image/svg+xml Backing
  • image/svg+xml Driver Down
  • image/svg+xml Precision Intervention Technique (PIT)
  • image/svg+xml Barricade Breaching
  • image/svg+xml Attack Recognition
  • image/svg+xml Barricade Confrontations
  • image/svg+xml Attack Scenarios
Equipment: GPS or phone with GPS enabled, comfortable civilian clothing that is weather appropriate, note taking materials, laptop w/ internet if desired for route planning. Bring lunch/snacks, water and packable folding chair for driving track days if desired.

Surveillance/ Surveillance Detection course provides skill sets to recognize and identify surveillance operations, surveillance personnel, and method/type of surveillance procedures for identifying, establishing and executing surveillance and counter surveillance operations.​This course covers from basic to advanced procedures which are necessary for gathering evidence and intelligence by covert means while operating in surveillance teams. Skills are taught which are necessary for gathering intelligence by covert means and to become a proficient surveillance operator.This training is taught by highly sought0after industry surveillance experts. LE/military/security employment verification is required.

Course Topics:

  • image/svg+xml Operation planning (briefing, debriefing)
  • image/svg+xml Surveillance principles
  • image/svg+xml Night surveillance
  • image/svg+xml Public transportation surveillance
  • image/svg+xml Covert video
  • image/svg+xml GPS tracking
  • image/svg+xml Static surveillance

Our TCCC course covers all elements of emergency casualty care, providing students with the skills they need to respond urgently and effectively to traumatic situations, which may arise with little or no warning. Having completed the course, students will be equipped to administer care, which could potentially make the difference between life and death.
  • image/svg+xml Airway management
  • image/svg+xml Stop life-threatening external hemorrhage
  • image/svg+xml Casualty with airway obstruction or impending airway obstruction
  • image/svg+xml Casualty drags and carries
  • image/svg+xml Combat application tourniquet
  • image/svg+xml Nasopharyngeal airway
  • image/svg+xml Needle decompression of tension pneumothorax
  • image/svg+xml Control bleeding using combat gauze
  • image/svg+xml Combat ready clamp (CRoC)
  • image/svg+xml The appropriate procedure for initiating a rugged IV field setup
  • image/svg+xml Intraosseous infusion (F.A.S.T.1)
Practical exercises training combines practical exercises and simulations with theory-based learning to ensure that students have the knowledge and experience to understand the kind of care a casualty requires and to implement or administer the relevant procedures and treatments. Students work with their trainers and fellow students to reenact scenes and scenarios they could encounter out on the field, which gives them confidence and an understanding of how to take a set of guidelines written down on paper and turn them into a protocol that saves lives. This kind of training is highly effective because it enables students to develop their practical skills and to get used to the kind of environments they may be operating within when their skills are called upon. As well as developing proficiency in providing trauma care and triage, training can also highlight the importance of working as a team and prepare students for real-life incidents. Under the guidance of NAEMT certified instructors, students will learn how to carry out a range of procedures aimed at saving lives and providing the best possible standards of emergency care before the casualty is able to access treatment in a hospital setting. Time is of the essence when dealing with trauma cases, and the TCCC course focuses on delivering the best results as quickly as possible to give the casualty in question the best chance of survival. To mimic the battlefield, students take part in drills that require urgent action and the ability to think on their feet.

You never know which fighting skill you will need to defend yourself or a loved one. Our 2-Day Tactical Handgun Course provides you the critical tools and techniques to win a tactical encounter. Since most violent encounters occur in hours of darkness, this course also teaches basic night shooting techniques.

Note: There is a night shoot on the evening of Day 1.

Activities Include:

  • image/svg+xml Shooting at very close range (close contact and palm strike step back)
  • image/svg+xml Response to threats to the sides
  • image/svg+xml Alternative shooting platforms (supported kneeling and rollover prone)
  • image/svg+xml Shooting while moving
  • image/svg+xml Shooting at distances up to 50 yards
  • image/svg+xml One handed shooting with either the firing
  • image/svg+xml Hand or the support hand
  • image/svg+xml Effective use of cover and concealment
  • image/svg+xml Engaging threats when “friendlies” are in the line of fire
  • image/svg+xml Shooting in low light and dark conditions

Firearm, Equipment and Ammo Requirements:

  • image/svg+xml The weapon must be fully functional, have all factory-installed safety devices intact, and have no dangerous modifications (such as a “hair” trigger less than 4 pounds (for Double Action (DA) pistols, this refers to the initial trigger press when the pistol is decocked), removed trigger guard, etc.)
  • image/svg+xml Holsters must be on the belt, correctly fit the weapon, completely cover the trigger guard, remain open when the weapon is removed, not allow the weapon to cover the shooter’s body, and not have a trigger guard retention device (such as the Blackhawk Serpa model and others). NO thigh rigs, cross-draw, etc.
  • image/svg+xml A minimum of three magazines and two single or one double magazine pouch is recommended. Magazine pouches worn on the belt on the side opposite the handgun. Speed loader holders worn in front of the holster.
  • image/svg+xml You will need a handheld flashlight with a tail cap push-button on-off switch for the night shoot.
  • image/svg+xml Knee pads are recommended, but not required.

The class will cover zeroing with iron sights as well as optics, offset at various distances. Strong emphasis will be placed on developing and imprinting proper techniques under pressure.

Range drills will include conventional and unconventional shooting positions at various distances, use of cover, shooting on the move, transitions to handgun as well as multiple target transitioning exercises. We will also discuss accessories, care and maintenance of the carbine.

This class will require a belt or chest rig with magazine holders and a handgun with a holster and magazine holders. A 1 or 2-point sling will be required. It is recommended that the student bring knee pads, elbow pads and suitable foot wear for movement.”

Students provide 600 rounds of rifle ammunition and 100 rounds of pistol ammunition.

  • image/svg+xml Serviceable carbine in good working order
  • image/svg+xml 600 rounds of rifle ammunition
  • image/svg+xml (3) or more rifle magazines
  • image/svg+xml At least (1) magazine pouch that will retain equipment when moving
  • image/svg+xml Proper belt to support equipment (leather or tactical belt type 1 ½ W or 1 ¾ W)
  • image/svg+xml Serviceable handgun
  • image/svg+xml 100 rounds of pistol ammunition
  • image/svg+xml Outside the waistband (OWB) pistol holster
  • image/svg+xml Hearing protection
  • image/svg+xml Ballistic rated eye protection
  • image/svg+xml Note pad, and pen/pencil
  • image/svg+xml Clothing suited to strenuous activity as well as being seasonally appropriate
  • image/svg+xml Rain gear / cold weather gear (seasonal)
  • image/svg+xml Hat
  • image/svg+xml Weapons lube
  • image/svg+xml Cleaning kit
  • image/svg+xml Water hydrating device
  • image/svg+xml Knee and elbow pads (optional)
  • image/svg+xml Gloves (optional)
  • image/svg+xml Folding chair (optional)
  • image/svg+xml An open mind

Learn how to conduct interviews that lead to an admission from the guilty without destroying the morale of the innocent, and identify the deceptive without confrontation. MSG’s unique non-confrontational communication techniques eliminate conflict between interviewers and their subjects while demonstrating how to reduce objections and denials.

Interview & interrogation techniques:

  • image/svg+xml Room Setting and Preparation
  • image/svg+xml Interpretation of Verbal and Physical Behavior
  • image/svg+xml Handling Denials
  • image/svg+xml Obtaining the Admission
  • image/svg+xml The Non-Confrontational Method
  • image/svg+xml Participatory Approach
  • image/svg+xml Enticement Questions
  • image/svg+xml The Written or Recorded Confession

Who Should Attend:

Loss prevention personnel, security investigators, human resource professionals, auditors, operations managers, school administrators, auditors, small business owners, security and anyone responsible for obtaining the truth from people who are reluctant to share it.

Mayhem Solutions Group is licensed by Arizona Depart of Public Safety (AZ DPS license #1639917) to provide armed and unarmed security guard training and services in accordance with Arizona Revised Statutes Title 32, Chapter 26.Mayhem Solutions Group’s Armed Security Guard Certification Course exceeds requirements for you to earn your AZ DPS Armed Guard card. Our training also qualifies you for Mayhem Solutions Group advanced firearms training. MSG’S firearms training is unparalleled in proficiency and real-world shooting skills.MSG’S provides the best training for the money, as well as job opportunities and career placement with company.Unarmed and Armed Guard certification training is a 3 day course. Day 3 of this course fulfills the refresher requirement for 8 hours firearms training from a certified instructor required as part of AZ DPS Security Guard Certification renewal.

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