Being a professional Executive Protection Instructor is an electrifying and fulfilling career if you are qualified with the proper credentials. Being the biggest Martial Art or MMA instructor working from the confinements of your studio does not give you the right to teach, pretend to teach or advertise yourself as an Executive Protection Specialist.
Having a dream of becoming a Professional Executive Protection Bodyguard is normally where most qualified instructors first began their careers. It wasn’t the fact that they attended one or two schools and then became experts. It did not happen for them over night nor did it occur within a 12-month period of time.
No, this process took many years of painstaking work, while working alongside multiple agencies to include Federal, State and local officials.
So, the question is “Are you really qualified” to teach as an Executive Protection Instructor or are you misleading your students?