This qualification has been developed for those looking to work as a close protection operative within the private security industry.
This international qualification would be typically delivered to learners through a 3-week training course (138 hours).
Topics covered include the roles and responsibilities of a close protection operative, threat assessment and risk management, surveillance techniques, reconnaissance, search techniques and conflict management.
Highfield recommends that you contact the relevant government department in the country that you want to deliver the training to ensure that there are no additional approval requirements. It may be that you are required to register as a training provider within the country itself. Highfield approves Centres based on its own criteria, and does not represent any other organisations or departments.