Feb 102013
Executive-Protection and Martial-Arts

Executive-Protection and Martial-Arts

First, as a student you should know the background of the lead instructor. It would be very important for you to know that your lead instructor is highly qualified with an extensive career in Executive Protection / Bodyguard through either military or law enforcement training. A lead instructor attending an Executive Protection / Bodyguard Training School and having a background in martial arts does not qualify the individual to teach and Executive Protection course.

Secondly, When seeking to select the “Best” Executive Protection / Bodyguard Training School, please make sure you conduct a thorough website review of the Instructor, the school and the course being offered. Many times this can be found on the schools website through their informational “About Us” page.

If there is no information about the owner and/or the lead instructor as it relates to Executive Protection/Bodyguard Training experience, you should seek a reputable school that is qualified and is experienced in the Art of Executive Protection.

Bill Ferrell

Bill Ferrell III, President & CEO of ASI Consultants & Associates is responsible for the Training, Growth, Vision and Leadership of his company as it spans across nationally and internationally. Mr. Ferrell brings more than twenty-seven (27) years of real world experience in law enforcement, security, Executive Protection and Bodyguard Training. http://www.asiteam.net/ Phone 954-621-7114

  One Response to “Executive Protection Training Schools and Martial Art?”

  1. I am current Military looking into becoming a protection specialist . I have been looking into many schools trying to find the right one for me. What makes your school different or better then say Executive Protection International out of Colorado .