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ISA – ISRAEL will train & certify you,
YOU will train & empower your entire community!




Special career & business opportunities upgrade


I.S.A. – ISRAEL, once again, raises the awareness to the new international trend in the Global Security Industry. We decided to approach colleagues worldwide with a special offer, which may interest you as it is a very good business opportunity.


ISA – ISRAEL will train and certify you as a Protection & Counter Terrorism Instructor,

You will train and prepare your entire community to cope better with violent crime & terrorism encounters!


We have been witnessing and experiencing globalization impacts on all of the fields of life of our Generation.

The “Globalization Syndromes” has affected also the Global security industry; 10 years ago, we could not imagine that Russian or Eastern protection operatives will be employed by Western Customers for their or for the protection of their economic interests.

The Globalization process brought also new standards and professional requirements for licensing or certification of Protection personnel that as a fact are operating internationally in many countries and even must be tied to Bilateral professional certification agreements.


ISA – ISRAEL, which has been focusing on the instruction and qualification of ELITE Protection personnel and INSTRUCTORS since 1987.

We are proud to realize that we have reached an internationally acclaimed status and we are considered as “one of the Best” institution for security qualification. Thus, we continue to enhance, improve and maximize our Graduates employment opportunities after qualifying with ISA – ISRAEL.

The Multinational aspect of our groups assist in networking an aspect that after graduation helps participants to manage and develop their professional careers individually.

ISA-ISRAEL runs Multinational participation courses to fit the required Global standards for ELITE Protection personnel, and INSTRUCTORS.

ISA instruction objective since 1987 was to enable each and every one of our trainees to continue giving reliable, efficient and professional services to their clients, mainly beyond the boundaries of their own region or country.


Today’ Challenge !!!

I.S.A. – ISRAEL, which has dealt since 1987 with security training and has trained more than 26000 security personnel worldwide, including many Muslims and Arabs, has decided to take action and to invite our Graduates and other candidates from various countries to a special qualification and certification process, which will enable them to become INTERNATIONAL INSTRUCTORS for the Global Security industry.

We believe that in doing so; we will contribute to the decrease in fear and anxiety that arises among civilians in most of the countries, mainly due to the lack of sufficient solutions in dealing with this continuing extremism, radicalization and violent crime encounters.




Protection concepts, methods, tactics &
Emergency Tactical Response Methods – Armed & Unarmed

The Ultimate, Extensive Qualification Quest Highlighting Israeli Protection & Counter Terrorism
Instruction Methods, Tactics and Expertise


Duration – 12 WEEKS program 

8 WEEKS –  Guided  ONLINE study  + Practical preparation  drilling –  Country of origin (Group training)

4 WEEKS – Guided PRACTICAL Group training – in the BALKAN + EUROPE + ISRAEL + EGYPT + Practical INTERNSHIP

In order to give our trainees real “field” experience we run that  course in a unique and especial “moving training mode”. This includes: Visiting and practicing “live” Protection  Mission drills in various countries, that helps much to reach expertise and familiarization with various aspects required from an INSTRUCTOR to train ELITE Protection Operatives’ trainees in various environments & conditions.


Course Objectives

  • To share our unique expertise and practical experience emanating from years of service and operation within Israeli Law Enforcement, Special Combat Units and Civilian Security Industry.
  • To enhance and upgrade the capabilities, skills and spirit of the Instruction Personnel and potential Instructors enrolled in our course.
  • To enable our participants to demonstrate, activate and lead training programs in their respective countries.
  • To enable our participants to strengthen their Nation in the struggle against Terrorism and Violent Crime.


Our requirements

  • The candidate has former protection qualification /service experience in the security industry or police/army background.
  • The candidate has any protection qualification certificate issued by any other certified security training providers in the last 5 years.
  • The candidate should be between ages – 25-55 (exceptions are possible), reasonable physical fitness + written authorization from physician stating you are fit to participate in physical activities.
  • Records of past or present occupation in protection service.
  • These specialized courses are highly regulated by Defense Ministry of the State of Israel and by the Homeland Security Ministry.
  • Participants must provide the following documents in order to be accepted for enrollment in our highly specialized courses for Protection Instructors.
    • No criminal record certificate from your local police.
    • Letter of intention from trainee for activities after graduation


Participant’s Achievements

  • The Course will familiarize the participants with the unique Israeli Protection & Counter Terrorism Concepts, up-to-date methods, modern combat techniques, sophisticated tactics and our state-of-the-art Instruction methods as well as special Technologies for training and preparing of Protection Personnel.
  • The course will serve as an asset for active and Tactical response Instructors who will gain a thorough understanding of Israeli Combat Methods and Operating Principles. Israeli Tactical Response Methods (armed and unarmed) have been developed by Elite Protection Personnel in real time operations and have been proven to be effective time and time again.
  • The fact that Our Colleagues/Trainees come from many different countries contributes to a professional enrichment, while creating an amicable working relationship amongst the group.

Special Instruction Career & Business Opportunities


Optional after Graduation/Certification

  1. The Certified Instructor will be encouraged and assisted by ISA – ISRAEL to establish his own training institute and run courses independently in his region or country and will recognize courses or part of them run by the Certified Instructor in his/her training facility or completion of the certified course in Israel, in this case, the course’s contents and certification should be coordinated with the ISA – ISRAEL.
  1. The certified instructor will be listed as a Certified Instructor in ISA – ISRAEL’s website and various publications worldwide.
  1. ISA – ISRAEL will direct candidates to its local certified instructors for various courses.
  1. When a Certified Instructor will join ISA – ISRAEL training center with his trainees/candidates, he will act there as an ISA – ISRAEL instruction team crew member and will be compensated by ISA – ISRAEL.
  1. The Certified Instructor may be activated by ISA – ISRAEL to join various trainings in countries worldwide, where ISA – ISRAEL will require his services including the ISA-ISRAEL new instruction initiative:





Instruction team

  • This course will be instructed by ISA – ISRAEL’s Senior Instructors from the finest Israeli Homeland Security Units.


Take Home Materials

The participants of the course will get access code to ISA – ISRAEL’s ONLINE “Security bible” for 24 months to use prior the course to use as reference for training within their future candidates or organizations.


Topics you will cover

Protection concepts, methods, tactics & Emergency tactical response methods for securing Public, VIPs and Assets:

  • In Open areas
  • In Constructed areas
  • In Buildings
  • In Buses
  • In Trains
  • In Airplanes
  • In Vessels
  • In Vehicles


Course partly syllabus

  • Threat Assessment (theory)
  • The Potential Adversary-Motives & Modus Operandi
  • Emergency situations – identification & reaction
  • Preventive behavior methods
  • Security & Protection actions
  • Security situations-in residence, office, hotel, restaurant, transit (vehicle &flight
  • Suspects identification, location and treatment
  • Identifying the adversary’s information gathering
  • Evading the adversary’s information gathering
  • Installations Security & Protection basic principles
  • Identifying and evading being followed and tailing


Appendix 1 – ISA – ISRAEL’s Proactive Protection & Counter Terrorism training concept

Appendix 2 – Israeli Tactical Response Methods


Instruction Skills

  • Safety in training.
  • Principles of instruction and guidance – theoretical.
  • Procedures and class structures.
  • Instruction methods and techniques: practical exercises, workshop.
  • Executing the instruction of your subordinates in performing the task upon your demand.
  • Defining training objectives.
  • Analyzing situation in all aspects; analyses in practical exercises.
  • Evaluation of your performance and that of your subordinates according to your instruction in carrying out the task.
  • Instruction: Planning in advance.
  • Instruction methods and techniques (advanced level): use of authority, motivating your subordinates and reinforcing their motivation, handling resistance.
  • Memory as a training and learning tool.
  • Giving and receiving feedback.
  • Social perception and trainee evaluation.
  • Preparation for CCTV simulation.
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Appendix 1

ISA – ISRAEL’s Proactive Protection & Counter Terrorism

 Training concept


Unfortunately, the state of Israel and its citizens have been subject to serious security concerns for many years already. From the experiences accumulated by Israelis and their colleagues worldwide, we have come to understand that a military background, especially with experience in a special operation unit may help us to cope better with combat issues. But this experience needs to be complemented with a rigorous training and instruction in order to prepare Proactive and Efficient Protection Operators.


The concepts and principles of our Protection are derived from the factual assumption that the adversary has an advantage. This advantage is the element of surprise composed by four variables:

  • Time      –   The adversary chooses the time of the assault.
  • Place     –   The adversary chooses the place of the assault.
  • Force     –   The adversary determines the amount of manpower and weaponry that will be used in the assault.
  • Mode     –   The adversary determines the execution method of operation and the type of assault.


These four variables make the adversary’s advantage of surprise absolute. Therefore, it is necessary that we educate and assimilate ourselves with the behavior and characteristics of our adversary.

The Protection Operative’s mission is to thwart the actions of the adversary. We must depend upon our preparedness, courage, and ability to counter his aggression.

The success of a Protection Operative has to be a must despite the conditions of uncertainty, changing surroundings and the element of surprise of the adversary. To succeed we prepare ourselves for diversity, as diversity is the threat’s main tool of aggression.

The incident may occur in a public place and endanger the lives of innocent bystanders. This requires a selective and precise aim of fire in order not to inflict injury to innocent people. The psychological elements, previously mentioned, can affect the Protection Operative’s decision to “enter into combat”, due to his attempt to prevent loss of innocent lives. These issues have led to the development of our unique Training System.


Our secret weapon is the development of the “Inner-Strength” of the Human Factor!

Technology and accessories are always secondary or complementary.


What is Inner Strength?

Inner strength is one of the most important characteristics of successful people.

It is the basic foundation in a leader. Only those who have inner strength can lead from within.

We define inner strength as the ability to withstand adverse situations based on mental and physical fitness. It encompasses situational awareness, readiness and willingness to persist in very difficult situations.

We have been known to successfully formulate an inner-strength combination of the Athenian spirit and the Spartan physical toughness in their daily lives. Individuals with balanced inner strength allow them to become solid leaders. The sources for personal inner strength are confidence, spirituality, and mental strength.



Our training system enables to thwart aggression


Our system develops the pro-active approach method. The response speed and the ability to use the weapon effectively build and strengthen the determination.

We believe that training, instructing and preparing our staff is our duty and obligation to provide the best tools we can before we activate them in public assignments, especially in counter terrorism & anti-violent-crime efforts.


The various factors that have been analyzed together with the diverse experiences accumulated in Israel and in other countries, have led to an unquestionable conclusion: To improve the ability to deal with various situations of violence and high pressure, we combine practical training, simulations of unusual situations, drills and training related to the emotional and psychological stress.

We strive to minimize the participants’ expenses for our various courses, as we know that the trainees can later complete their knowledge in fields such as law, firefighting, operative driving, etc.

In our courses, we prefer to focus on the subjects of our unique expertise and on the special techniques, skills and methods that we use for the qualifications and empowerment of the Israeli Security Personnel.


The aim of our instruction is not a “Rambo”- type of training; it includes many topics intended to improve the mental and physical functioning of the trainees. Our training takes place in a disciplined atmosphere, yet not under strict military conditions.

Effective instruction, knowledge and practice improve the mental and physical abilities, which affect the self-confidence of the trainees. Self-confidence improves their overall level of performance, while at the same time their awareness and motivation are significantly enhanced.


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Israeli Tactical Response Methods
Armed & Unarmed


An expansive course highlighting Israeli tactical response Concepts, Methods and Tactics

in armed and unarmed combat.


A Must for Elite Protection Personnel INSTRUCTORS



Location – International Security Academy’s training facilities in the BALKAN & ISRAEL


Course Objective

  • To familiarize the participants with the Israeli Armed & Unarmed Tactical     Response concept, Principles, Methods, Tactics, and Instruction skills.
  • To improve the mental and Physical abilities of participants in order to better cope with high stress situations resulting from violent events.
  • To Learn and practice the guiding principles of the method in order to neutralize the threat quickly, in the simplest and most instinctive way possible.
  • To qualify the participants to train prepare and mentors ELITE protection personnel.


Who should attend?

  • Men & women aged 21 – 60 who wish to become INSTRUCTORS of Elite protection personnel


Participant’s Achievements

  • This course will serve as an asset if you are a Protection Operative and you aspire to become Protection & Counter Terrorism INSTRUCTOR.
  • The Course will familiarize the participants to the unique Israeli Tactical response methods, up-to-date methods, modern combat techniques and sophisticated tactics.


Instruction team

In order to expose our candidates to become INSTRUCTORS to the most proven Combat expertise of its kind this course will be instructed by Senior Instructors from the Israeli National security establishments



Topics you will cover



The Israeli Unarmed response method, A “MUST” for Protection Operatives


Krav Maga, which means “Contact Combat” in Hebrew, is the official martial art of the Israeli Defense Force and National Police. It is a martial art created solely for the purpose of self-defense, devoid of any religious or philosophical elements.

Krav Maga is specifically designed for rapid skill acquisition and maximum effectiveness. A fundamental basis of Krav Maga is using the body’s instinctive reactions in responding to a threat, which means that Krav Maga need not be studied for many years for it to become practical.


The Krav Maga has been developed to assist the law enforcement and the entire security establishment’s personnel from the Civilian and Governmental sectors who have to deal with a different kind of reality then a civilian. The basic difference is that a civilian can choose to avoid certain situations, whereas the security units of all kinds have to deal with a given situation, neutralize the danger, using reasonable force and still obeying the law.

KM defines the needs of the specific unit and Taylor made the training program especially for them.

KM is considered one of the most effective methods of self-defence, combat ability, and improvement of both mental and physical abilities. The method is easy to learn, and it is based on the use of reflexive movements and responses, which it implements with various techniques. Krav Maga places emphasis on the mental and technical preparedness of the trainee.

The KM method has long ago spread beyond the borders of Israel, and is taught in Europe, the United States, and Australia, in the civilian and security sectors. Professionals, who were exposed to the method in various security institutions and the art of combat, testify that the method has important and vital characteristics:


The KM method has long ago spread beyond the borders of Israel, and is taught in Europe, the United States, and Australia, in the civilian and security sectors. Professionals, who were exposed to the method in various security institutions and the art of combat, testify that the method has important and vital characteristics:

  1. The techniques and exercises are very practical and are very effective for practical situations in the street.
  2. One who practices the method can reach high expertise through a relatively short training period.
  3. The trainee’s ability to deal with real and pressured situations rises considerably and continues for a long time.


The KM combines variety of martial arts and uses the principle of Krav Maga as exploring the human natural movement and behavior to find the simple, effective, and fastest way to solve the hostile situation. The MKM training method is unique and allows the trainee to reach a high level of know how to cope in stress situations in a relatively short time


Course activities will also include:

  • Fitness Training
  • Strength training
  • Endurance training
  • Speed training
  • Agility drills
  • Determination drills
  • Aggressiveness & Hand to Hand Combat
  • Types of attack
  • Attack & Defense techniques
  • Disarming the assailant – firearms, knifes, clubs, hand grenades etc.
  • Controlling, Restraining and Taking-down techniques
  • Body search (routine & aggressive)
  • Passage through a crowd
  • Striking and Throws
  • Use of Equipment
  • The use of CQB (Close Quarters Battle) in VIP Protection
  • Preparation for physical fitness and CQB exams



  • The art of Presser points.
  • Hand to hand tactics.
  • Legs techniques.
  • Knees techniques.
  • Hands and legs defense.
  • Elbows techniques.
  • Release from haggling-all direction.
  • Release from hand, hair, and strangulation situation.
  • Defense against guns.
  • Defense against knifes.
  • Defense with sticks.
  • Kidnapping guns etc.
  • The art of metal thinking.
  • Special extra techniques.
  • Free fighting techniques.
  • Special ground techniques for man and women.
  • Knife ground defense.
  • Strangling ground defense.
  • Arm locks ground defense.
  • Free ground fighting.


Israeli Armed Tactical response method


This combat system has the distinct advantage of providing itself effective time after time, possibly more than any other. It has been developed and refined over many decades of conflict in the Middle East.

Aggressiveness, decisiveness, and speed are all integral elements in Israeli tactical response methods. To this end, proper mindset is heavily stressed.

Stress is introduced onto the training regimen in order to get the trainees accustomed to the pressures associated with actual events. This common-sense approach is specifically geared for deadly-force situations rather than shooting competition, where often times techniques that bring X-ring accuracy on the range simply fail under stress.


The refinement of this system began in 1975, when, for the first time in Israel’s history, the Israel National Police established a specialized counterterrorism/hostage rescue unit. Called the Yamam (A Hebrew acronym for “Special Police Unit”), this was the first time in Israel’s history that a unit was dedicated solely to this purpose.

Because of the Yamam’s specialty in counter terrorism, hostage, rescue & and violent crime combat, they are frequently involved in actual conflicts, particularly in urban settings.

This vast experience enabled operators in the Yamam to develop a comprehensive training regimen and small arms doctrine that was so effective, reliable, and user friendly, that it is universally accepted by all branches of the Israeli security apparatus, including the Israeli Security Agency (Israel’s counterpart to the FBI).


Advantages of Our System:

  1. Simple and easy to learn
  2. Enhances the bodies muscle memory
  3. Prepares the Operator for Combat in unexpected situations
  4. Fast and effective CQB techniques
  5. Prepares the Operator to work both independently and as a team
  6. Elevates fighting spirit and determination
  7. Elevates confidence of self and weapon
  8. Innovative and unique training methods
  9. Releases the operator from thinking about shooting techniques
  10. Trains the operator not to depend on the instructor or supervisor



The Israeli armed Tactical Response and Combat Methods are essentially different from the methods of the Army:


Military Units carry their long-range weapons overtly and ready for an engagement, while being able to carry high-capacity magazines; these units are combatants and part of a larger team, which works as a single firing unit. This contributes greatly to the commitment and will of the combatant to “enter into action” Commitment and will are psychological trades of the military combatant.


In contrast, the Protection Operative often works alone and has his weapon concealed. The Protection Operative’s weapon is usually of limited range and ammunition capacity. In response to an incident the Protection Operative may have to “enter into combat” against several adversaries simultaneously.


Tactical Response Methods (unarmed & armed) are obligated skills for Protection Operatives in general and for Law enforcement Operatives active in High-Risk Zones/Missions in particular.

Our unique combat system has the distinct advantage of having proven effective time after time, possibly more than any other. It has been developed and refined over many decades of conflict in the Middle East.


The guiding principle of our methods is to neutralize the threat quickly, in the simplest and most instinctive way possible.


A fast, determined instinctive reaction becomes an initiated surprise action against the attacker

Following are all the principles of our Tactical response/combat, according to which the trainee at the International Security Academy-Israel will be trained, with an emphasis on the nurturing of each trainee’s personal ability.


Time of Entry into Combat

When the combatant detects an enemy attack, he/she will react swiftly, instinctively, and with determination to eliminate the enemy threat.

Naturally, the ideal situation is to identify and detect an adversary while he/she is still in the stage of preparation for the assault. However, it is obvious that this is difficult due to the ability of the enemy to blend in with the civilian populace. Drawing the pistol should be performed immediately upon the beginning of the incident. When there are additional armed security forces at the scene, the protection operatives drawing of his/her weapon could bring friendly fire to himself.  In such an instance, the Operative should postpone the drawing of his pistol until he arrives at the combat zone.

From the moment the Operative enters combat he must act quickly and with determination while initiating combat and striving for contact. The Protection operative should fire swiftly and precisely, while taking into consideration the population in the area and avoiding injuries to innocent civilians.


Shortening the Adversary’s Range and Choosing an Axis of Advancement

Immediately upon the fall of the adversary or loss of eye contact with him the Operative should close the distance with him as fast as possible. This is done by using the shortest line of advancement in order to neutralize him totally or to renew eye contact with him. One should remember that the shortest route of advancement is not always the fastest. While advancing towards the adversary, the Operative should regard the “hidden field” cells he passes, by merely peeking at them, in order not to waste time until reaching the final neutralization of the adversary.


Reorganization for the Continuation of Combat

The final neutralization of the adversary after his identification does not mean that the incident has come to an end. Immediately upon the neutralization of the adversary the Operative should reorganize and reassess his situation in order to continue combat. He should survey the terrain closest to him and replace the magazine in his weapon (if it is advisable to do so tactically). The operative should wear an identification hat or any other means of identification and move while surveying in the direction of areas from which it is probable that the incident evolved.


Continuing Combat While Surveying

Upon the final neutralization of the first adversary there will not always be time for the Operative to reorganize for the continuation of combat. There is high probability that during the combat with the first adversary additional adversaries will be identified and will require attention and firing response. Therefore, immediately upon the neutralization of the first adversary the Operative will have to advance, either while surveying or because he received indication of combat taking place in an adjacent zone. In the event that the Operative did not receive such indication or did not identify another adversary visually, he should continue surveying towards contact, while “opening” all the hidden field cells in the direction of the survey. This survey must be decisive, swift, systematic, and efficient, so that the Operative does not move in the area unnecessarily and therefore will reach any potential adversary quickly.


Using One’s Discretion when Firing at Several Adversaries

If an Operative encounters several adversaries simultaneously, he should open fire at the adversary identified as the most efficient. The most efficient adversary is the one armed with the deadliest weapons, the most determined or the closest to the guarded population. If the conditions are identical and it is difficult for the Operative to assess the situation immediately, he should open fire in the direction of the adversary closest to him and from there continue to other adversaries.


Using One’s Discretion when Replacing a Magazine in a Static State, in Motion or Initiated Replacement

During combat, there will probably be malfunctions of the Operative’s weapon, including running out of ammunition in the magazine. In such cases the Operative should carry out swift operation of the weapon or replacement of the magazine immediately. The course of action and place of this operation should be according to the developments in combat. If running out of ammunition or malfunction occur during firing and the adversary is still creating effective fire, the magazine replacement should take place in a crouching position on the spot, while hopping to the right or left. If there is a shelter near the shooter that does not take any time to reach and change the magazine, the combatant should hop to the shelter while performing the replacement.

If running out of ammunition or malfunction occur parallel to the fall of the adversary or his disappearance, the Operative should perform the replacement of the magazine or operation of the malfunction in motion, while closing the gap between him and the adversary, or in the direction of the last point in which he identified the adversary.

This closing of gap must be performed swiftly, in such a way that the operation of the malfunction or replacement of the magazine does not hinder his reaching the adversary.

The operation of the weapon or replacement of the magazine should not be at the expense of closing the gap between the Operative and the adversary.

Initiated replacement is a tactical maneuver intended to refresh the combatant’s ammunition in order to continue combat. The principles that guide discretion regarding initiated replacement are: there should not be initiated replacement at the expense of combat or verification of neutralization; one should perform initiated replacement while maintaining eye contact with the adversary and without disengaging from the combat scene; and keeping the replaced magazine if it still has bullets.


Using One’s Discretion for Hand-to-Hand Combat

If running out of ammunition or malfunction as specified above occur in short range from the adversary, the combatant should immediately enter “hand-to-hand combat” with the adversary and after disrupting his functioning ability one should operate the weapon – replacing the magazine or correct the malfunction, until the final neutralization of the adversary.

Short range for the use of hand-to-hand combat is defined as a range (distance) from which it is more effective to reach the adversary than to crouch in one’s place or hop to a shelter in order to operate the weapon.


Long Range Firing and Closing the Gap with the Adversary

In an event or incident, the Protection operative may be far from the center of occurrences. When the Operative is very distant, he must quickly close the gap between himself and the incident spot. However, if the distance is great but enables eye contact and a clear effective line of fire exist, the Operative should fire within the limitations of distance and weapon effectiveness and choose the suitable rate of fire. If he identifies that the firing is ineffective, he should stop firing and close the gap between himself/herself and the adversary.


We do not train to shoot with a weapon; we train to fight with it

This training is designed to cover a broad spectrum of critical issues concerning the safe handling, carrying, and ownership of handguns. It also covers the fundamental concepts of performing while under stress of combat situations and its aftermath. Mental aspects of training are covered in depth as well as the psychological stress plectrum of critical issues concerning combat situations.


Course activities will include:

  • Safety instructions
  • Familiarity with the weapon and its parts
  • Disassembling and reassembling the weapon
  • Operational check of the weapon
  • The instinctive (operational) shooting method
  • Aiming and pointing
  • 1-2 Hands shooting
  • Salvo shooting
  • Drawing and cocking
  • Shooting stances – standing/kneeling/turning
  • Turning and shooting 360 degrees
  • Braking and shooting while walking/running
  • the Advantages and Importance of Movement
  • Overcoming Jams & Malfunctions
  • Reloading & changing magazines
  • Taking & using covers
  • Effective Use of Cover
  • Multiple opponents
  • Post effort shooting
  • Entry and Move Through Structures
  • Selective & long-range shooting
  • Integrated exercise – simple & surprise
  • Operating the weapon with weak hand
  • Night shooting
  • Use of various weapons


Combat techniques for the usage of firearms in a building:

  • Techniques of movement in an urban area
  • Techniques of movement in building
  • Opening doors and entering rooms
  • Shooting through doors and windows
  • Motion in a building with weapon – concealed or drawn


The use of firearms combined with vehicles:

  • Shooting from a vehicle
  • The use of vehicle as a cover
  • Embarking and disembarking under fire


 “Fresh” Graduates of ISA – ISRAEL are directed to active  former graduates  that are
Established and operate Security firms worldwide and can offer
employment opportunities.

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Course fees Includes:

  • The “SECURITY BIBLE” – ISA – ISRAEL’s ONLINE instruction materials of your program.
  • Attendance at the professional course.
  • All of the instruction equipment,  vehicles, weapons.
  • T-Shirts & special gifts.
  • Exploring the country while participating in the training.
  • Participation Certificate.

Course’s fees do not include flight & lodging during the training !!!

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Accommodation and Lodging

“Boarding Style Lodging”

  • ISA-Israel will book the accommodation automatically after receiving the registration form and payment from the candidate.
  • The trainee will cover his cost of accommodation in the hotel on his/her arrival to the training center.
  • A trainee needs to calculate 25-45 Euro for his/her own expenses for accommodation & 3 meals per day.

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Required Documents for PRACTICAL courses:

  • Your booking must be accompanied by a 100% payment in order to guarantee a spot in the course- if you are not able to make this payment now, do not place your registration form.

Please send via internet:

  1. Your registration form
  2. CV
  3. Copy of your Passport with your details on
  4. Full fee payment confirmation via bank transfer


No later than 45 days prior to the start of the course.  

ISA – ISRAEL’s specialized courses are heavily regulated by the Ministry of Defense and Homeland Security of Israel and other countries where we drill.

Participants must bring the original printed documents upon arriving  to ISA – ISRAEL the following documents in order to be accepted for the training:

  1. Health Certificate– stating that the candidate is physically and mentally fit for the training (from your personal Medic).
  2. Medical Insurance– each candidate must be covered by his own medical insurance throughout all course activities.
  3. Criminal Background Check/ Security Clearance- certifying that the candidate has no criminal record:

    Local authority permitted certifying that the candidate has no criminal record.
    One of these can also be accepted:
  • Active police or Military service or any government department employee identification card or official statements
  • A lawyer statement
  • Valid firearm license
  • Security company employee identification card

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Prior to your practical training start !!! 

Upon receiving your registration form + the training fee:

  1. You will receive via  email from the ISA – ISRAEL office an access code to the “SECURITY BIBLE” of ISA – ISRAEL’s ONLINE instruction materials of your program that you should study and be prepared for theoretical exams   after  reaching us.
  2. You can receive an invitation letter if you need to apply for a visa to Israel.
  3.  2 weeks  prior to your course start, ISA-ISRAEL office will send you the  needed practical instructions and the training schedule for your arrival to our training site in Europe or Israel. 


Course Language- English

  • The course is taught in very basic English- there is NO need to speak fluently.

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  • If you come from a country that requires a visa to enter Israel or Europe, then please complete your registration and participation payment 45 days prior to the training and apply to the relevant consulate in your country to start the visa process.
  • Consulate staff will require your employment status and organization, a clean criminal record, and the financial mans to pay for your stay during your visit in Israel or Europe.
  • Candidates that are required to apply for visa to join our courses in ISRAEL  or any other country where we  plan to enter for drilling 1-2 days during the course , be  advised to obtain a Multiple Entry Visa for your return to ISRAEL .


Recommended- Self Preparatory Training

  • From past experience, we believe that it is vital for the trainee who wishes to take part in our courses to partake in self preparatory training prior to his arrival to our course.

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Physical Fitness Requirements for ISA’s Practical Courses (for graduating the course)

  1. Horizontal bars- 12 or more (Pull ups)
  2. 3000 meters- less than 17 minutes
  3. Parallel Bars- more then 16 (dips)
  4. Sit- ups, cross-legged against the wall, minimum 60 sit ups- less than one and a half minutes
  5. 400 meters- Maximum 75 seconds- running in pairs

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Packing List for Practical Courses:

  • International driving license
  • 2 sets of “Tactical” pens , khaki, black, gray or dark blue- NOT camouflaged
  • 1 pair of running shoes
  • 2 sets of corporate casual wear (must have collar)
  • 1 sturdy belt for use of holsters and pistol
  • 1 pair of street shoes (no sneakers)
  • 2 rolls of ? inch medical tape
  • 1 set each ear (foamiest, not muffs) and eye protection
  • 2 knee protectors + 2 elbow protectors
  • 1 set of formal wear, dark colors (suit and tie)
  • 2 passport pictures
  • Digital camera- recommended
  • Laptop

Additional Packing List for High Risk  Protection Course Only

  • 1 Compass
  • 1 Flash Light
  • 2 long sleeve shirts suitable for desert environment

Packing List for the Management Specialization Course 

  • Casual Wear
  • 2 Passport photographs
  • Laptop
  • Digital Camera- recommended


  • Cancellations by ISA-Israel- we reserve the right to postpone, cancel, or alter the dates or provisions of a course and/or the venues of the course.
  • Cancellations by the client- in the event of a cancellation by the delegate, the delgate’s manager or any representative of the delegate’s organization, bookings will be transferred to the next available course, or to a future date that meets the candidate’s request.  A substitute delegate may be sent at no additional cost provided the substitute meets all necessary pre-entry conditions for that course.  If a booking is cancelled or transferred to a different course by the delegate or their representative:
    • Notice  Given: Less than 30 days,  you can transfer to another future date only if places are available.  Telephone cancellations are accepted but most be confirmed immediately in writing (by post, fax, or email). 
    • No refund after receive of the ISA – ISRAEL Instruction materials and manual.

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