CLOSE PROTECTION

#1
Hello there people
:arrow: LOOKING FOR A KNEW JOB AS A CP OR RST AGENT!!
These url's are some of many which tell you about the close protection side of life and residential security LOOK BELOW.

http://www.globalrisk.uk.com/home.h...NTRY THIS E-MAIL EXPLAINS ALL LOOK BELOW. http://www.northyorkshire.police.uk/firearms-firearms.asp

As I am getting out myself and tripping over the hurdles which are in front of me, because as you know if you have signed off no one cares and no one helps you in the way you need.

I'M LOOKING OUT FOR THE PEOPLE WHO HAVE HAD ENOUGH OF ALL THE CRAP SO IF YOUR INTERESTED IN THE SECURITY SIDE OF LIFE!!!
YOU NEED TO PUT YOURSELF ON AFEW COURSES, SUCH AS:

8O THE PHEONIX CP COURSE
8O SITO SECURITY MANAGERS COURSE
8O SITO CP COURSE
8O FIREARMS COURSE
8O HOSTAGE TAKING COURSE
8O HEALTH & SAFETY COURSE
8O MEDICAL COURSE or FIRST AID AT WORK COURSE

:arrow: Firearms can not be carried in this country, the certificate is for oversees such IRAQ, BRUNI, CHINA etc..........

:arrow: Make sure you get your self on th ecarrier transition workshop which gives you a good edge on things tell's you about housing and where to go and get more infomation on most things that you need.

:arrow: Also keep on top of your fitness too!!!!! :p
ANYWAY THANKS FOR READING AND IF YOU HAVE ANY INFO I CAN LOOK AT LET ME KNOW BECAUSE THE EASIER IT IS FOR ME THE BETTER!!

FLUFFYUK 8)
 
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#3
fluffyUK said:
Hello there people
:arrow: LOOKING FOR A KNEW JOB AS A CP OR RST AGENT!!
These url's are some of many which tell you about the close protection side of life and residential security LOOK BELOW.

http://www.globalrisk.uk.com/home.h...NTRY THIS E-MAIL EXPLAINS ALL LOOK BELOW. http://www.northyorkshire.police.uk/firearms-firearms.asp

As I am getting out myself and tripping over the hurdles which are in front of me, because as you know if you have signed off no one cares and no one helps you in the way you need.

I'M LOOKING OUT FOR THE PEOPLE WHO HAVE HAD ENOUGH OF ALL THE CRAP SO IF YOUR INTERESTED IN THE SECURITY SIDE OF LIFE!!!
YOU NEED TO PUT YOURSELF ON AFEW COURSES, SUCH AS:

8O THE PHEONIX CP COURSE
8O SITO SECURITY MANAGERS COURSE
8O SITO CP COURSE
8O FIREARMS COURSE
8O HOSTAGE TAKING COURSE
8O HEALTH & SAFETY COURSE
8O MEDICAL COURSE or FIRST AID AT WORK COURSE

:arrow: Firearms can not be carried in this country, the certificate is for oversees such IRAQ, BRUNI, CHINA etc..........

:arrow: Make sure you get your self on th ecarrier transition workshop which gives you a good edge on things tell's you about housing and where to go and get more infomation on most things that you need.

:arrow: Also keep on top of your fitness too!!!!! :p
ANYWAY THANKS FOR READING AND IF YOU HAVE ANY INFO I CAN LOOK AT LET ME KNOW BECAUSE THE EASIER IT IS FOR ME THE BETTER!!

FLUFFYUK 8)

A 'hostage taking' course? Is that legal?
 
#4
Biscuits_AB said:
A 'hostage taking' course? Is that legal?
I ain't going down you slag. That sounds like a jolly wheeze.
 
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Biscuits_AB

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#5
Taking you one stage further in your Hostage Taking course, we shall now see Razor's McGinty demonstrate the 'Get in the fkcuing car you kahnt' manouvre.
 
#7
Dudes

CP life can be a rewarding life..
Only after you get qualified!!

I joined EliteBase on www.proshieldint.com and got on a tier 1 CP detail in Baggers..
Money is excellent, contacts with other likeminded people even better..

Ronin course is a winner, Phoenix is a sure bet as well..
Keep smiling

Laters
 
#8
I'M LOOKING OUT FOR THE PEOPLE WHO HAVE HAD ENOUGH OF ALL THE CRAP SO IF YOUR INTERESTED IN THE SECURITY SIDE OF LIFE!!!
YOU NEED TO PUT YOURSELF ON AFEW COURSES, SUCH AS:

8O THE PHEONIX CP COURSE
8O SITO SECURITY MANAGERS COURSE
8O SITO CP COURSE
8O FIREARMS COURSE
8O HOSTAGE TAKING COURSE
8O HEALTH & SAFETY COURSE
8O MEDICAL COURSE or FIRST AID AT WORK COURSE


I would recomend the Ronin course run in SA, It has a firearms course and a practical firat aid course included in it, plus a lot of employers hiring for out here in Baghdad are really impressed with it.
In the South African PSIRA, which is the equivilent to the U.K. SIA you come away with an A grade security officers certification, which is the highest grade available. A grade B being the minimun you would need in order to start your own security business. since SIA is going to be regulating the bodyguarding industry it is a good course to get yourself setup with. good luck
 
#9
If you are interested in getting into the private security industry, especially the CP / Iraq Escort PSD team side of life, an SIA accredited course is the way to go about it.

For those new onto the circuit - The reputable employers looking for PSD teams are demanding attendence on a recognised course, Phoenix & Ronin (SA) being at the forefront.

Before planning a shotgun style CV applications fired out to all security companies, here are a few points to note:

1. Most of the companies are overwhelmed with emailed applications and loads of good CVs get mixed in with the dross.

2. Your CV will only be scan read for about 30seconds.

3. If there isn't a suitable slot for you at the time it's read your CV will be filed and probably overlooked when a slot does come up as someone else's cv wil be top of the heap that day.

There is a better way: www.xc3.co.uk will host your profile and CV so you dont have to fire off-blind applications. Employers search our database for suitable consultants and contact them directly. The site also has links to reputable training courses.

But if you are determined to send out the at bulk email remember to make sure you send it BCC. not CC

All the recruiters knows you're applying to everyone else as well but they do like to think they're special....
 
#10
most of the training companies run a placement service for people who pass the course. there is another excellent course in SA you can find the details at www.psdsa.co.za this goes a bit further than ronin and on the med side you go to a hospital trauma unit. they also run deming courses and tactical survival. the guy who runs it had to use it in iraq after getting bumped they were on the lamb for a few days the instructors are all well qualified and the facilities are second to none, the range package excellent. cost is £4100 for the CP/PSD course. and £5100 for the full course including Tactical parachuting course and the survival course

hope it helps,

Frags
 
#11
Hi people

I see our courses is posted here thanks for that frags!! Well if anybody is interested please shoot us a mail and we will send you some details on the courses we are presently getting ourselfs registered with the SIA and our qualifacations is reconised worldwide. use the link for the courses on our site www.psdsa.co.za

Thanks

Paul
 
#12
Guys - PSD Training run a great course!

The yanks on lightfighter just don't like brits, their gungho tactics look great, but they've all watched too many movies!

PSD Training teaches brit tactics, from the RMP book and others (yeh, u know who I mean)

The course bridges the gap between normal Close Protection and the high risk work of Iraq, different tactics and ways of working than London!

How do I know? Because I've been there and done it. The troops get hammered during the drills, its as real as it can get, on a training course.

I was with ex paras and marines doing drills and it was great, we got daily briefings on real time info from Iraq - which was friggin scary! they don't hold their punches, one guy actually left the course on the 2nd to last day because of what the instructors showed and told us.

A & S were great instructors, with real experience, they were able to convey their own experiences into the lessons, some of which were classroom work, but mostly drills. I couldn't believe how much was involved, most nights we were up till 2am working. Then they would attack us with simulated rockets and mortars.

IMHO it is the dogs bollox!

They have deployed lots of people, to Iraq and other places.

Have a look at their web site www.psd-training.com it gives tons of info.

Where am I now? Baghdad
Who am I working for? None of your business!
How did I get here? Because I did the their course and they got me the interview!
Would I recommend it? Without doubt!

psd-training.com/psd_t...onials.htm - shows testimonials from previous guys, I'm waiting for mine to go up!

Found this today on their site, it's a new page to me, was not there before I went: psd-training.com/psd-employment.htm - shows companies who have employed their people, I work for one of them

The doubters keep doubting - the do'ers - just do!

If you are really interested send me a PM and I'll answer any questions
 
#14
Business on the courses must be slow-judging from the 'I've been on this course and it was great etc etc' posts here :roll:
What's up guys-not enough students signing up for your training school?! :D
 
#16
"baggsofdaddy"

Where am I now? Baghdad
Who am I working for? None of your business!
How did I get here? Because I did the their course and they got me the interview!
Would I recommend it? Without doubt!

Where am I now? Handcuffed to a radiator in an Iraqi cellar :(
Who am I working for? I'm not quite sure but they don't care anymore :roll:
What am I wearing? An orange boiler suit :(
How did I get here? Poor drills :(
Would I recommend it? Not bloody likely! :(

:wink:
 
#17
TheBigUn said:
"baggsofdaddy"

Where am I now? Baghdad
Who am I working for? None of your business!
How did I get here? Because I did the their course and they got me the interview!
Would I recommend it? Without doubt!

Where am I now? Handcuffed to a radiator in an Iraqi cellar :(
Who am I working for? I'm not quite sure but they don't care anymore :roll:
What am I wearing? An orange boiler suit :(
How did I get here? Poor drills :(
Would I recommend it? Not bloody likely! :(

:wink:
Harsh but fair
 
#18
You DO NOT NEED to do a course to do PSD/SET work in Iraq or any high-risk environment.

You DO NOT NEED an SIA license to work outside the UK in the Private Security Industry.

Employers DO NOT REQUIRE an SIA licence, in fact, most don't even ask.

You DO need a credible background and experience.

If you want to know about PSD/CP work ask someone who is doing it not someone making money from running courses. There is NO substitute for 10 years in the British Army or Royal Marines (or "them").

That said, if your background is not immediately suitable (see above) and transferable to high-risk CP work then a course cannot do you any harm. It will, however, dent your bank balance and NOT guarantee work.

Med and trauma courses are always a good idea, regardless of background, but most large reputable PSCs run their own.

A quick search of PSC websites followed by some phone-calls and a day or 2 interviewing in St James' is a much better way to get yourself PSD/SET work.
 
#19
I hear that Darlington College are now offering a CP course in UK which includes firearms training!
Looks like overseas courses will soon be a no no because the firearms bit was the only reason to go there rather than UK.
Another gravy train about to hit the buffers?
 
#20
Ronin South Africa are registered with ELCAS so if thats the way you want to go why not get the mob to pay most of it for you using ELC!
 

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