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Optimizing your security team assets on the road

Unique course that provides the essential tools required by a security driver

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learn how to drive in extreme and emergency situations.

The course methodology applies Max Security Solutions’ EP and protective driving expertise

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Extensive practical training in a variety of road settings

Essential drills and best practices in threatening scenarios

Protective driving course

Optimizing your security team assets on the road
At a time when acts of terror, kidnappings, random attacks and crime are all too frequent occurrences, one of the most significant elements in optimizing executive protection services is protective driving. In fact, most attacks on VIPs take place outside their protected environments and the majority while in their vehicles. Statistically, the chance of injury to a VIP or a security team from a car accident, either random or planned, is even greater than being a victim of a terror attack or kidnapping. C.P.I is offering this unique course that provides the essential tools required by a security driver. This training transforms an ordinary security driver into an essential, integrated resource on the security team-an asset instead of a risk. After all, a poor driver could just be the team’s worst enemy.
Course objective
The objective of the protective driving course is to help security professionals develop skills in all aspects of protective driving. The course offers the optimum mix of hands-on, behind-the-wheel vehicle maneuvering techniques, practical knowledge, proactive planning and safety. Strong emphasis is placed on the synergy between driving skills and the driver’s integral role on the security team. The course covers the threats facing security drivers and their passengers, such as ambushes, accidents, terror assaults, carjacking and kidnappings.
Participants learn how to drive in these threatening, extreme and emergency situations. This challenging course involves extensive, rigorous practice exercises in closed courses and on open roads. Since feedback is essential to improve performance, one-on-one instruction is a primary component of the course. The course methodology applies Max Security Solutions’ EP and protective driving expertise-years of field experience
and theoretical knowledge. Course instructors have extensive protective driving experience in military, government, corporate and private settings.

Who should take this course?

The course is designed for executive protection. The protective driving training is designed with 6 days of coursework and behind-the-wheel
practice exercises, consisting of 2 essential segments: developing security skills and dexterity for safe and secure driving, and training the driver to be an integral part of the security team.
Principle Topics
Fundamental approaches and essential tasks in protective driving
  • Developing conditioned responses to threatening situations
  • Offensive and defensive vehicle handling techniques
  • Covering, evacuation and evasive driving
  • Driving for optimal passenger safety and comfort
  • Responding to threatening situations based on vehicle limitations, road conditions and driver’s ability
The driver’s role as an integral executive protection team member
  • Tasks and responsibilities during each assignment stage
  • Route planning and navigation – the proactive approach.
  • Decision making under threatening situations
  • Working as a team member
  • Convoy discipline TRAR – Threat Recognition, Analysis and Response.
Vehicle dynamics and driving condition considerations
  • Vehicle checks and mission preparedness
  • Selecting the appropriate vehicle for the assignment
  • General checks and preparations
  • CSS – Counter Sabotage Scan
  • Specialized installations, equipment and communications
Extensive practical training in a variety of road settings
  • Closed-course training facility
  • City
  • Intercity
  • Country
Introduction to the Israeli shooting technique
  • Safety overview
  • Basic technique
  • Shooting from a vehicle
 Essential drills and best practices in threatening scenarios
  • Being caught in crossfire
  • Ambushes
  • Carjacking
  • Emergency evacuations Serving VIPs and their guests – dos and don’ts
What are the prerequisites?
  • Basic English – The course is taught in very basic English; there is no need to speak fluently
  • Valid international drivers license
  • No prior weapons experience
  • Must be over 24 years old
  • Ability to travel to Israel (valid passport, visa, etc.)
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