5 Important Training Considerations

5 Important Training Considerations


Even though I am an “instructor”, I do my best to train as often as possible, both to challenge and increase my current capabilities and to develop new skills. I do not see myself as an “instructor” but rather a fellow trainer as learning always occurs both ways and those who have had the experience of discussing the topic with me have heard me say “I am looking forward to training with you” or have heard me correct someone who refers to me as their instructor by saying “we have trained together.” A phrase that has stuck with me from early on in my professional career has been “Know enough to know that you don’t know – always a student, always learning.” – JAL

23 New Jobs – Executive Protection, Security Driver, Corporate Security Director, etc.

Don’t miss your chance at our West Coast training opportunities in February – we have our 3 Day Executive Protection Course, Protective Medical Response Training Course and our 3 Day Defensive & Evasive Driving Course – sign up for one, two or all of the courses making our 7 Day Program – the only one of its kind offering three certifications for the price of one – $2,995 before any discounts – see our schedule page for more info

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Executive Protection Specialist
U.S. Bank – Minneapolis, MN

Executive Protection Agent
Becker Staffing Services – Blue Bell, PA

Executive Protection Security Driver
Theranos – Palo Alto, CA

Executive Protection Specialist
Security Operations Group – Birmingham, AL

Executive Protection Specialist (Security)
AS Solution North America – San Francisco, CA

Physical Security Specialist
Pacific Gas and Electric – Walnut Creek, CA

Global Security Operations Specialist
GDBA, San Francisco 

Security Jobs / Train to Hire
Top Gun Security & Investigations – Houston, TX

Director of Security Intelligence
Kaiser Permanente – Pleasanton, CA

Security Director
Confidential – Henderson, Nevada Area

Protective Services Lead
Square – San Francisco, CA

Vice President Global Corporate Security EMEA (Dubai Based)
MetLife – New York, NY

Principal Security Consultant
iSEC Partners – San Francisco Bay Area

Director of Security
Universal Services of America – Portage, MI

Commercial Security Consultant
Protection 1 Security Solutions – Irving, TX

Protective Agent
Central Intelligence Agency – Washington, DC

Security Specialist-ACSO, GS 12/13 (EX)
Federal Bureau of Investigation – Minneapolis, MN

Global Security Associate Director
EY – Secaucus, NJ

Special Agent
Union Pacific – Pine Bluff, AR

Aegis – Arlington, VA

Aegis – Arlington, VA

Sniper SME/Operations Analyst

Counter Sniper Instructor


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Job Opportunity : Security Security Driver – Compare Required Certifications to Our 7 Day Program

Take a look at the required certifications for this position – this is why we include these three certifications in our 7 day program – they are what employers want. We include everything you need, and nothing that you don’t.

Come get the certifications that you actually need to get hired – come train with the most realistic, relevant and cost effective training provider in the US.

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Must have a valid Class E – Chauffeur’s drivers license and a clean DMV record. Maintains CPR/AED and First Aid Certification. Within the first 30 – 60 days of employment, must successfully complete a professional driving course and an approved executive protection course. Must have the ability to work overtime, nights, weekends, or holidays as needed as part of a rotating shift.

Great Southern Bank
Security Specialist II-Driver
Department: Security
City, State Springfield, MO

Estimating Blood Loss – A Critical Skill in Triage

Estimating blood loss in the pre-hospital or “point-of-wounding” setting is difficult to say the least. The accuracy of estimating a specific volume is so far off base that most EMS professionals don’t estimate the actual volume at all. A good rule of thumb is to use the “Fist/500” rule if required to do so.


Topic covered in our Protective Medical Response Training Course
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