The Academy offers two types of courses:
- Tuition-free transitional courses in executive protection and residential security. These courses are designed especially for military veterans, ex-law enforcement officers, and others with relevant backgrounds who want to pursue protection careers in the private sector.
- Paid specialized courses in, for example, surveillance detection and covert protection, for executive protection professionals who want to take their careers to the next level.
All courses focus on both hard and soft skills.
All course participants will be evaluated after completion of the course. Instructors will award successful participants with one of two certificates. Unsuccessful participants receive no certificate.
AS Solution only provides tuition-free training to those individuals whom we deem to be suitable for employment in the industry. Applicants will be evaluated according to a mix of criteria prior to course admission.
AS Solution provides these courses to contribute to the pool of qualified candidates for our many job openings every year and to further professionalize the executive protection industry. Although we do recruit among course participants, acceptance to any AS Solution Global Training Academy course should by no means be construed as a job offer by AS Solution.
AS Solution champions diversity in the EP industry and encourages qualified candidates of all backgrounds to apply to all courses.
For more information on courses, click below or contact email@example.com
TUITION-FREE TRANSITIONAL COURSES
PAID SPECIALIZED COURSES
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