Certification from American Heart Association or American Safety and Health Institute for Adult & Child CPR/AED.
Certification from American Heart Association for Medical Professionals, Physical Therapists and Fitness Trainers.
Certification from American Heart Association or American Safety and Health Institute for Basic First Aid. This course can be combined with a CPR course.
This course is an industry standard training for the use and application baton and greatly reduces your liability and increases your value in the marketplace. The training course is commonly known as BATON TACTICS, and the lesson plan is by PPC. Designed for public safety officers who deal with conflict or potential violence. This includes corporate security, federal, state and local law enforcement organizations, contract security companies, academic or healthcare law-enforcement and security, corrections, military police, probation and parole, bail enforcement, and executive protection. Through a combination of Practical Exercises and Classroom instruction you will learn how to: -Identify the stages of conflict in order to: recognize the threat, reduce the threat, and determine how and when to use force. -Apply state-of-the-art tactical concepts such as: Proper Defensive Positions, Methods of Movement, Drawing Techniques, Baton Shielding, Baton Counter-Strikes, and Baton Retention. Avoid liability suits through: Certified training, understanding the effects of police batons, identifying factors which justify baton use, and proper baton incident documentation. The Personal Protection Baton Tactics™ training program is non-product specific straight and expandable baton training program.* Once trained and certified the officer and agency choose the brand and design of straight or expandable baton that fits their needs. ***This course does not address the use of side-handle batons. Benefits include: -Reduced Injury to Officers and Subjects -Reduced Exposure to Civil Liability -Reduced Workers’ Compensation Payments -Increased Performance -Increased Confidence & Morale -Increased Safety -Improved Decision Making *Certification is valid for up to 3 years
An 8 hour course required to obtain a Connecticut security license (guard card). *Security Training and Licensing Fee Waiver for qualifying armed forces personnel and retired law enforcement. Public Act 14-131: Effective October 1, 2014 - Military personnel seeking licensure as a security officer in Connecticut may qualify for a waiver of the required security training course and licensing fee. Retired law enforcement (less than 2 years retired) may qualify for a waiver. Please contact the Special Licensing and Firearms Unit at 860-685-8494 to speak to security licensing personnel for additional information and specific requirements.
Learn how to understand different types of personalities and disorders, and communicate with different people in various situations, while we discuss case studies of incidents. Students will learn appropriate verbal skills and body language to effectively de-escalate a potential violent or negative situation. There will be small group exercises to practice the skills in class. This course is recommended for security professionals, rst responders, and customer service staff ... and even teachers and parents!
For security and law-enforcement officers. The Personal Protection Control & Defense℠ training program was organized to provide officers with the skills needed to control aggressive individuals and to defend themselves against assaults. Because complicated techniques are rarely effective, the methods in the Personal Protection Control & Defense℠ program are based on principles and solid fundamental skills that mesh seamlessly with our other training programs. Those who are trained in the OCAT® “Oleoresin Capsicum Aerosol Training”, PATH® “Practical and Tactical Handcuffing” or PPBT® “Personal Protection Baton Tactics” programs will recognize that this new program is based on the same common sense approach to officer defense training. What will you learn? Levels of Control in Self-Defense Levels of Control by Law-Enforcement, Security and Caregivers Resistance and Control Management Available Control Options Four General Levels of Control Officer and Individual Factors and Escalation Through the Levels of Control Levels of Resistance and Control Diagram and Dynamic Resistance Response Model Recognizing Aggression Sample Use of Force Policies Post Control & Defense Guidelines In-Custody Deaths and Excited Delirium Agency Policies and Procedures Elements of Reporting Resistance and Control Principles of Balance, Movement, Center and Reaction Time Relative Positioning Three Ranges of Physical Defense Evading Aggression and the Clock Principle Introduction to Control & Defense Skills Escorting an Individual Disengaging Directing an Individual to a Prone Position and Prone Control Supine Control The Effects of Pressure or Impact to Nerve Centers Zone of Safety and Defensive Blocking Personal Weapons and Vulnerable Areas of the Body Reasonable Target Selection and Target Levels Characteristics of Defensive Skills Science of Energy and Motion Defensive Counter-Strikes Introduction to Ground Defense Introduction to Holstered Weapon Retention Introduction to Static Weapon Defense
This course is an industry standard training for the use and application of handcuffs and restraints, and greatly reduces your liability and increases your value in the marketplace. The training course is commonly known as PATH, and the lesson plan is by PPC. The PATH® “Practical and Tactical Handcuffing” course is the most complete and innovative handcuffing course in the country. Public safety officers including corporate security, federal, state and local law enforcement organizations, contract security companies, academic or healthcare law-enforcement and security, corrections, military police, probation and parole, bail enforcement, and executive protection will benefit from the principles and skills learned during the PATH® training program. Nearly 3,000 PATH® Instructors have been trained worldwide. The techniques presented are practical and effective. Topics to be covered include the safest approach and positioning for handcuffing, handcuffing non-compliant subjects, prone and kneeling handcuffing, removing handcuffs, and the use of various type of cuffs, among others. Benefits include: -Reduced Injury to Officers and Subjects -Reduced Exposure to Civil Liability -Reduced Workers’ Compensation Payments -Increased Performance, Efficiency & Speed When Applying Handcuffs -Increased Confidence & Morale -Increased Safety -Improved Decision Making
Through a combination of Practical Exercises and Classroom instruction you will learn how to: