1.    The VIP Course trains security officers in the VIP security, in accordance with the Israeli Security Concept and the use of security tactics and strategies at a governmental level


2.    The academy performs as a comprehensive center, which is designated to develop and implement training study programs for security agents and combatants, who protect VIP’s and their surroundings.


3.    The training program is an exclusive one, which emphasizes the practical physical aspect in that field. The main purpose of the program is to prepare the trainees towards the analyzes of threats while preparing an appropriate protecting plan according to the VIP and his surroundings.


4.      The course is fully approved and recognized by the ministry of defense and the Israeli police.


5.       The course is taking place in Israel, however it is also possible to implement the course in the country requested by the customer.

The price will be decided according to the country of implementation and the attached conditions to implement the course.

The program of the VIP’s security courseLeading position-Advanced level

The course consists of a number of additional subjects which are essential.  


·      Principles of VIP’s security

·      Shooting in various situations in a variety of weapons.

·      Contact combat – unarmed combat

·      Principles of protecting VIP’s in motion by foot + vehicle

·      Practicing VIP’s protection using a team of security agents

·      Simulations and practicing with a protected VIP

·      Escape and recovery

·      Principles of preventive behavior

·      Planning Security plans versus routine changes

·      Protecting an event

·      Protecting installations, apartment, hotel restaurant and etc.

·      Security on travel and traveling abroad

·      Principle of identifying suspects and potential aggressors

·      Security shooting and operational combat

·      Security operational driving   – tactical drill

·      Contact combat against a number of opponents

·      Tactical drills and simulations

·      Identification of targets

·      Bilateral drill and vehicle

·      Principles of Israeli concept

·      Preliminary activities

·      Combined security combat + a number of targets  

·      Simulative drill with paint-ball

·      Simulative drill combined with a vehicle

·      Identifying and use of technical equipment

·      The adversary and his modus operandi

·      Identifying of explosives and sabotage

·      Planning field profile

·      Planning drills by secondary teams

·      Principles of security plan

·      Planning security on a command level

·      Planning and implementing preliminary activities

·      Planning movement and cross-sections



Specification of the shooting chapter


Technical shooting


·      Safety

·      Knowledge and distinction of different weapons

·      Proper assembly/disassembly of various weapons

·      Entering positions and shooting during

·      Drawing– cocking– pointing

·      Drawing of concealed weapon

·      Identification of targets

·      Selective Shooting

·      Shooting in a standing position

·      Shooting in a kneeling position

·      Instinctive shooting

·      Shooting behind a cover

·      Changing shooting positions

·      Running – breaking and turning around

·      Overcoming obstacles and faults


Operational shooting


·      Neutralizing an aggressor + recovering the VIP

·      Surprise drills

·      Evacuation of the VIP from line of fire

·      Evacuation of the VIP to near cover

·      Evacuation of the VIP to distant cover

·      Shooting against a number of opponents

·      Shooting from a vehicle in motion and motionless

·      Using the vehicle as a cover

·      Evacuation of the vehicle from line of fire

·      Opening doors and entering rooms

·      Shooting through doors and windows

·      Specification of contact combat

·      Knowledge of basic combat techniques

·      Drills in aggressiveness

·      Bolts and seizures

·      Pressure points (anatomy + weak points)

·      Releasing from seizures  +strangling the opponent

·      Control + neutralizing without using violent reaction

·      Neutralizing a non-violent threat (pushing, hand grasping, spitting. Throwing of objects)

·      Breaking

·      Defense against a knife attack

·      Defense against a stick/object

·      Disarming warm and cold weapon

·      Drilling attacks on a security agent/VIP

·      Escorting a VIP + entering a breaking position

·      Combat and 360 degrees recovery

·      Neutralizing the opponent by a peripheral attack

·      Passage of crowd

·      Combat without/with weapon

·      Drilling of unconventional surprise conditions

·      Overcoming and recovering from attacks

·      Overcoming injuries



Specification of operational driving


·      Principles of driving

·      The vehicle and it’s dynamics / physics

·      The structure of the vehicle

·      How to drive roads / off-roads

·      Breaking, turning and accelerating

·      Change of direction (U turn & G turn)

·      Street barrier & Blockades

·      Planning and preparing alternative routes

·      Avoiding threats and dangerous

·      The vehicle as a weapon (to block & to ram)

·      Theory and practice exercises of controlling the vehicle in emergency situations

·      Principles of driving in a convoy



Specification of the sabotage chapter


·      Principles of sabotage

·      Identification of explosives and mechanism

·      Activation, technique and accessories of explosives

·      Methods of search from vehicles and buildings

Specification of Advanced Lectures

Security Concept and The Five Elements

Intelligence – Personnel – Technical Equipment – Procedures – Supervision & Control


The Adversary and His Modus Operandi

Types of Adversaries

Methods used for collecting advance information

Equipment used by the adversary


Introduction to VIP Security


Actual Incidents

Description of actual events from the past, which demonstrate different methods  used by the adversary.


Methods of VIP Security – General

Breaking Routine – Supervision – Deterrence – Deception – Planning – Control


VIP Security: In Installation


VIP Security: At Events

Concepts, planning and principles for writing security operation orders


Technical Security Equipment in VIP Security


Preparing a Field File

Learning about field files and their importance in security

Creating field files for selected installations


Security Planning & Preparation of Operational Orders


Security in Hotels, Restaurants, Airplanes, etc.


Security while Walking

The tactical importance of selecting observation point and firing/fighting point

Organizing and positioning the security staff for protecting the VIP while walking


Security while Driving & the Vehicle as a weapon

The uniqueness of the situation; handling high-speed situations; tactical work; thinking while moving through traffic; use of the vehicle as a weapon.


Identifying Suspicious Persons & Suspicious Signs

General, international principles for identifying suspicious persons/objects and analyzing the characteristics of a suspicious person.



Principles for understanding sabotage as a modus operandi of the adversary and fundamentals of identifying suspicious objects and explosives.


Gathering Intelligence; Analysis & Evaluation of Situations



Concluding Exercise including all of the elements that have been studied in the course.