Land Security Training

Below are described few sample training programs for security personnel and CSO's that we are able to offer. Final training programs and courses are customized for each client and compiled in close cooperation with the contracting entity and thus unique, based on the needs and size of the specific organisation.   

Please send your inquiry for receiving a tailored training program to training@escgs.com or call 
+372 507 6406. 


Transportation Security / PSD Training package 2 week program

  • PSD Indoctrination
  • Driving in convoy
  • First Aid
  • Vehicle Escort Drills
  • Actions on Attack/Counter Ambush drills
  • Dismounted operations and Close Protection
  • Road Traffic Accident Procedures & Drills
  • Injury/Casualty Evacuation
  • Breakdown & Recovery
  • Specific Close Combat Skills
  • Mission/Operation Planning
  • Observation Techniques
  • Incident Reporting/Management
  • Weapons training and qualification
  • Dry Weapon Handling
  • Live Fire Training
  • Identifying IEDs
  • Dealing with the public
  • Radio Procedures/Communication
  • Conflict Management

 

Site Security Training package 2 week program

The training approach for static security operations will be the same as that provided for transportation security personnel however the standard, full training package is a 2 week program. Static Security training includes:

 

  • Basic Security Duties
  • Explosive Ordinance Detection (EOD) practices
  • Site Layout and Security Operations at the Site
  • First Aid
  • Emergency Procedures
  • Baton Practical Drills
  • Restrain and Escort Techniques
  • Personal and Vehicle Search Procedures
  • Patrolling
  • Use of specialist equipment (NVGs, screening equipment)
  • Set up Cordons and Perimeters
  • Radio Procedures/Communication 
  • Observation Techniques
  • Incident Reporting/Management
  • Weapons training and qualification
  • Dry Weapon Handling
  • Live Fire Training
  • Identifying IEDs
  • Dealing with the public
  • Conflict Management
  • Fire Fighting techniques

 

First Person on Scene 3-5 day basic or intermediate program

The course can be modified for the needs of customer and tailored with different scenario based exercises.

The FPOS and Emergency Medic (including Hostile Environments) is aligned to the UK Institute of Health Care Development (IHCD) First Person on Scene (Intermediate) course.

 

THE PREHOSPITAL ENVIRONMENT

  • The role of Emergency Medic
  • Scene safety
  • Minimising risk of infection 
  • Post-incident procedures
  • Scene management & Safety
  • Triage

RESPIRATION AND AIRWAY MANAGEMENT

  • Recognition of respiratory problems
  • Common breathing difficulties
  • Chest auscultation (introduction)
  • Basic airway management
  • Causes of blocked airway
  • Opening & maintaining a clear airway
  • Choking
  • Use of suction
  • Removal of crash helmets   
  • Use of oro-pharyngeal airways  
  • Oxygen supplementation
  • Ventilation support
  • Bag/valve mask

DEFIBRILLATION

  • Automated external defibrillation
  • Normal/abnormal heart rhythms

MEDICAL RELATED EMERGENCIES

  • Recognition and initial care of :
  • Heart attack/angina
  • Diabetes (including BM monitoring)
  • Stroke
  • Unconscious patient
  • Asthma / anaphylaxis
  • Assisting the Paramedic (medical)

 

PATIENT ASSESSMENT

  • Communicating with patients
  • Examination and assessment
  • Communicating with patients
  • Primary survey and assessment

BASIC LIFE SUPPORT

  • Perform basic life support
  • Recovery position
  • Perform child & infant basic life support

CIRCULATION & SHOCK

  • Recognition and initial care of haemorrhage and shock
  • Non-invasive blood pressure monitoring

TRAUMA RELATED EMERGENCIES

 

  • Recognition and initial care of injuries to bones, joints, tendons and ligaments
  • Recognition and initial care of burns and scalds
  • Recognition and initial care of other trauma related injuries 
  • Skeletal stabilisation
  • Assisting the Paramedic (trauma)

  


Hostile Environment Awareness Training (HEAT) Course 2-5 day program

The HEAT course is designed to increase the awareness of personal security which gives the student the general knowledge how to prevent and avoid various critical situations being in the crisis environment. The programme of the course has been developed by the security personnel with comprehensive and extensive professional experience from most of the current crisis areas around the world. The course includes theoretical lectures as well as practical, different scenario based exercises.

 

Learning objectives

All the learning objectives have strong basic aim - how to provide realistic tools and knowledge to avoid getting into a dangerous situations. Such situations could be being present at an IED explosion, direct or indirect small arms fire and as well as any non-hostile incident which might appear more often on crisis areas like fire safety, traffic accident or medical incident.

 

Course subjects

  • First aid and medical 
  • Personal security
  • Assessing and managing risk and threat
  • Kidnapping incidents
  • Small arms fire and IED incidents
  • Communications
  • Conflict management
  • Safety while driving
  • Fire safety

Course Specification

Unit 1: First Aid (core unit) Learning Outcomes

The learner will:

  1. Understand the principles of first aid
  2. Be able to assess an incident
  3. Be able to manage an unresponsive casualty who is breathing normally
  4. Be able to manage an unresponsive casualty who is not breathing normally
  5. Be able to manage a casualty with external bleeding
  6. Be able to manage a casualty who is in shock
  7. Be able to carry out basic user maintenance and troubleshoot problems with an automated external defibrillator
  8. Understand the safe use of an automated external defibrillator  

Unit 2: Personal Security and Risk Assessment (core unit) Learning Outcomes 

The learner will:

  1. Understand the principles personal security
  2. Be able to assess and manage risk to personal security
  3. Be able to conduct anti surveillance surveillance
  4. Be able to avoid or reduce risk of kidnapping
  5. Be able to manage conduct at the point of capture
  6. Be able to manage conduct after capture

Unit 3: Active Shooter (Specialist Unit) Learning Outcomes  

The learner will:

  1. Understand the active shooter
  2. Be able to assess and manage own conduct in active shooter situations

Unit 4: Vehicle and Convoy (Specialist Unit) Learning Outcomes  

The learner will:

  1. Understand the principles of personal security whilst in a vehicle
  2. Be able to plan and navigate journeys within own environments
  3. Non-technological methods of route planning

Assessment Guidance

The assessment for this unit can be completed via simulation.


Evidence Requirements

The assessment of all units must include both practical demonstration/assignment and oral examination.