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EXECUTIVE PROTECTION

BASIC CLOSE PROTECTION TRAINING – 6 Days

The Canadian Tactical Training Academy CTTA Inc., leaders in the Police and Security Training domains, is offering a 6 DAY CLOSE PROTECTION BASIC TRAINING that will introduce you to the fundamental notions of this exciting field of expertise. An excellent benefit for security professionals working in the Corporate, Special Events, Bar and/or Hotel settings.

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Course Content :

  • Introduction Close Protection
  • The Role of the Protection Agent
  • Threat   Assessments
  • Residential and Office Security
  • Security while in transit
  • Escort Techniques (1 and multiple agents)
  • Vehicles (Embuss / Debuss)

INFO

Date: November 28 to December 3, 2016 
Hours: 08:00 – 17:00

EXPANDABLE POLICE BATON & HANDCUFFING – 8 HOURS

Handcuffs and Baton

HANDCUFFING – 4 Hours

Objective: To offer the participant the fundamental notions regarding the proper use of handcuffs and the application thereof on a subject, including preliminary searches and pat downs.

 

Content :

• Legal aspects regarding the application of handcuffs.

• Legal aspects regarding preliminary searches and pat downs.

• The nomenclature, handcuff types and maintenance.

• Proper handling and grip.

• Proper positioning on a duty belt.

• Controlled take-down techniques on a subject from the escort position (arm bar).

• The theory of positional asphyxia.

• The recovery position.

• Approaching and handcuffing a cooperative subject (standing).

• Preliminary search techniques (pat downs).

• Escorting a handcuffed subject.

• Tactical communication.

 

Desired Competencies: Upon successful completion of this program, the participant will be able to:

➢ Manipulate and maintain handcuffs in an efficient manner.

➢ Adequately apply handcuffs to the wrists of a subject when necessary.

➢ Safely and efficiently proceed with the preliminary search and escort of a handcuffed subject.

Conditional to successfully passing the practical evaluation, the participant will receive a competency card in Basic Handcuffing Techniques from The Canadian Tactical Training Academy (CTTA).

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EXPANDABLE POLICE BATON – 4 Hours

Objective: To offer the participant the fundamental notions regarding the safe and proper use of The Expandable Police Baton, according to the original recommendations of the Monadnock Police Training Council in the Monadnock MEB Training manual.

Content:

• The nomenclature and specifications of the Expandable Police Baton

• The Canadian Use of Force teaching model.

• A preliminary study of the human anatomy and its vital points.

• Defensive positioning and tactical movement.

• Positioning relative to reactionary zones.

• Proper grip and duty belt positioning of the baton.

• Basic carrying positions of the baton.

• Blocking techniques (one and two handed).

• Striking techniques (one and two handed).

• Various baton extraction techniques.

• Baton retention techniques.

• Static and dynamic exercises.

Desired Competencies: Upon successful completion of this program, the participant will be able to:

➢Manipulate the Expandable Police Baton in a safe and efficient manner.

➢Adequately defend themselves and others with the Expandable Police Baton.

 

The recommendations of Safariland Training group concerning the MEB Monadnock® training suggest the use of two qualification exams. To qualify, the participant must obtain a minimum score of 70% on the theoretical exam and 100% on the practical exam. Having made its mark and obtaining provincial, national and international credibility, The Canadian Tactical Training Academy (CTTA) Inc. Proudly applies these recommendations. Albeit the case, in light of the fact that according to its new directives and regulations whereby The Safariland Training Group refuses any responsibility in regards to the users of the Expandable Police Baton, all competency cards will be issued by The Canadian Tactical Training Academy (CTTA) Inc. The Safariland Training Group assumes no responsibility in regards to the said training.

 

INFO:

Date: December 4, 2016
Hours: 08:30 – 16:30

 

To register or more information please call: (514) 831.2526