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DISTANCE / ONLINE SECURITY CAREER’S APGRADE

Your personal upgrade for a successful security management career!

DISTANCE / ONLINE
Qualification & Certification

SECURITY PRACTITIONER 

YOUR SECURITY CAREER UPGRADE SHOULD START WITH:
The ultimate  secrets of the

Israeli Security & Protection Concepts, methods and tactics

Secrets that will Integrate and will  be your advantage in your career
capacities as “operation overseas/ International standard” in your country
and especially in International security missions deployments 

Secrets to assist you to cope better with various violent crime and terrorism encounters occurring in the 21st Century

Our Graduates are more recognized, respected, and sought after by
Distinguished protection service clientele and by protection service providers worldwide.


STAGE 1

ELITE PROTECTION TEAM LEADER

Requirements & Duties description by International NGOs
and other International security related employers

DESIRABLE QUALIFICATIONS:

  • Completion of an international, national or commercial close protection training is desirable.
  • ELITE Protection Team Leader Certification is highly desirable.
  • Recent (within two years) successful completion of an emergency trauma bag certification or equivalent of a first aid certification is desirable.
  • High standard of physical fitness is desirable.
  • Training in martial arts and/or specialized security practices is an asset.
  • English communication capacity and control

Academic and professional qualifications
High school diploma or equivalent technical or vocational certificate.
A valid driver’s license is required.

Experience

  • A minimum of ten years of experience in the military, police or security management is required.
  • A minimum five years of progressively responsible experience in close protection, as well as a minimum two years of experience in close protection management at the supervisory level with a national, private or international security organization is required.
  • At least one year experience and exposure at the international level and in a conflict or a post conflict environment is required.
  • Experience and proficiency in the use of close protection weapons, communications, surveillance equipment, and vehicles is required.

Competencies

  • Demonstrated leadership capabilities in stressful environments.
  • Demonstrated ability of excellent judgment and decision making skills.
  • Demonstrated planning and organizing skills and the ability to develop clear goals that are consistent with agreed strategies and to identify priority activities and assignments.
  • Able to identify the key issues in complex situation of close protection operations.
  • Able to gather relevant information before making a decision and consider positive and negative impact on others and on the Organization.
  • Excellent knowledge of close protection tactics and techniques combined with a solid background of military, police or security specialization.
  • Able to recognize and appropriately react to threats.
  • Ability to effectively deal with stress factor when encountered in close protection operations.
  • Speaks and writes clearly and effectively.
  • Works collaboratively with colleagues to achieve organizational goals.
  • Identifies the key issues in complex situation of close protection operations.
  • Demonstrated capability of rapid decision-making in emergencies (with little margin of error), under conditions of extreme stress or when rapid response is required.

FUNCTIONS AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
In accordance with Agency policy and procedures, the incumbent:

Management of the Close Protection Team:

  • Manages the Close Protection (CP) Team in accordance with the close protection guidance;
  • Implements mitigation strategies to deter or deny any identified threat to preserve the security, safety and wellbeing of the  Protégée;
  • Produces and coordinates his/her unit’s operational plans, exercises and reviews courses of action in conjunction with the assessed threat and in accordance with Agency’s close protection policy, guidance and standard operating procedures.
  • Conducts all close protection operations as outlined by the Agency’s close protection policies and guidelines; and ensures that close protection operations are conducted in accordance with Agency’s methodology and standards;
  • Establishes and deploys close protection teams tactically trained to meet the assessed threat;
  • Prepares regular operational reports with analysis and recommendations;
  • Establishes clear lines of authority between members of the VIP/CP Team;
  • Provides risk briefings to Agency’s managers on close protection concerns for the official travels or daily activities of his Protégée;

Administrative and training requirements:

  • Determines equipment, facility and supply needs based on operational requirements.
  • Plans, coordinates and conducts close protection training and exercises to ensure that operational readiness and competence is maintained to the Agency’s standards.
  • Supervises the performance of individual team members.
  • Establishes a rotational schedule for CP Team members, in and out of the unit.
  • Identifies gaps in existing capability and makes recommendations for amendment where necessary.
  • Supervises monitoring of equipment of teams and ensures minimum equipment requirements are supplied, maintained and deployed in accordance with relevant policy.
  • Coordinates with the Protection Coordination Officer or equivalent in drafting the Statements of Requirements and provides technical specifications for the procurement of unit and team equipment.
  • Provides inputs related to close protection to the mission’s budget proposal.

Coordination of CP activities:

  • Gathers and analyses information relevant to the tactical level of close protection operations, in coordination with relevant parties, to include other appropriate security organizations as required.
  • Within delegated authority, liaises with relevant host country civilian police, military, law enforcement officials and others as necessary.
  • Coordinates with other mission security, military and/or police components and support services.

Security inspections and surveys:

  • Assists the Senior CSO in the preparation of the threat and tactical risk assessments reports recommending close protection specialized mitigating measures based on the threat identified.

For certification –  course 1 + course 2

ISRAELI VIP / CLOSE PROTECTION & COUNTER TERRORISM
SPECIALIZATION
CONCEPTS, METHODS & TACTICS

Module 1 – HOW TO EMPOWER YOUR MENTAL & PHYSICAL CAPACITIES

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1. Self-Awareness and The Subconscious Mind
2. The Necessity of Self Esteem and Confidence
3. Physical Fitness Theory
4. Muscle Fitness and Resistance Exercises
5. Fitness Training, Principles and Methods for The Ultimate VPO
6. Stress Management and Mental Preparedness in Critical Situations
7. The VPO and The Dangers of Assertiveness
8. Emotional Intelligence in the Field
9. Mental Preparation: Five color theory
10. Personality Test – Test Yourself
11. How to Get to Know Your self Better
12. How to Get to Know Your self Better-Answers
Total pages: 224

Module 2 – IMPROVE YOUR PERSONAL PROTECTION & SAFETY

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1. Personal Security and the Need for Protection
2. The Importance of Personal Security for Women
3. Aggression
4. Security Preparedness
5. Basic First Aid Guide
Total pages: 125

Module 3 – DISCOVER BODY LANGUAGE SECRETS

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1. Introduction to Body Language
2. The Body Speaks, The Body’s Contribution to Language
3. The Sociological Perspectives of Body Language
4. The Practical Guide to Interpreting Gestures and Motions: Part 1
5. The Practical Guide to Interpreting Gestures and Motions: Part 2
6. Body language in Confrontational Situations
7. The Human Lie Detector: How to Flawlessly Tell and Detect Lies
8. Reading the Tells: Non-Verbal Communication that Speaks
Total pages: 204

Module 4 – FAMILIARIZATION WITH THE POTENTIAL ADVERSARIES

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1. The Adversary
2. The Adversary: Case Study
3. Profiling and Suspect Identification
4. Foundation of Surveillance
5. Surveillance and Pre-Attack Indicators
6. Surveillance Counter Measures
Total pages: 129

Module 5 – QUALITIES & QUALIFICATIONS OF THE VIP PROTECTION OPERATIVE

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1. VPO Safety and the Use of Force
2. VPO Qualifications and Professionalism
3. Essential Mental Toughness
4. Physical Conditions of Performance and Arousal
5. VPO Mental Attack Plan
6. The Wolf Pack Predator
7. Code of Ethics
8. Professional Guide for VPO
Total pages: 216

Module 6 – THREAT ASSESSMENT FACTORS

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1. The VIP Protégé
2. The VIP’s Essential Operation Questionnaire and Checklist
3. Fundamentals of Security and Awareness
4. Cover and Overt Intelligence Operations and Threat Analysis
5. Vulnerability Analysis and Asset Fortification
6. VIP High Risk Travel Security
7. Special Report – Mitigating Threats Relating to Travel Security
Total pages: 163

Module 7 – VIP PROTECTION SINGLE OPERATION – CLASSIC

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1. VIP Protection: Tenants of the Single Operation
2. VPO Security in Motion and Transportation
3. VPO Qualifications: Operational Bodyguard Techniques
4. Principles of Patrol and Security Systems
5. Tactical and Operational Driving
6. Counter-Terrorist Driving Maneuvers
7. Instinctive Driving and Evasive Maneuvers
Total pages: 203

Module 8 – PROTECTION TEAM OPERATION CLASSIC & HR

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1. The Unique Israeli VIP Protection Personnel and Preparation Method
2. International Travel and Security Abroad
3. Team Operations and Formations
4. Operating in Danger Zones and a Hostile Areas
5. Mobile Security for VIPs on the Move: LE Operation
6. VIP Protection Vehicle Formations – LE Team
7. Basic Land Navigation Skills for Operational Use
8. Israeli Security Methods for VIP Event Security
9. Surviving Kidnappings and Hostage Situations
Total pages: 271

Module 9 – HOW TO DEAL WITH EXPLOSIVE THREATS

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1. Explosive Devices
2. Public Bomb Threats
3. Suicide Terrorism: An Overview of the Threat
4. Sweeping a Vehicle
5. Concealed Weapons Guide
Total pages: 153

Module 10 – ISRAELI EMERGENCY TACTICAL DEFENSE METHODS

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1. Israeli Emergency Tactical Defense Methods (Krav Maga + Weapon)
2. Tactical Shooting – Weapon Safety, Regulations and Mistakes
3. Introduction to the Glock 17
4. Emergency Medical Treatment in the Field
Total pages: 91

VISIT COURSE 1

HIGH RISK MISSION’S OPERATION
PRINCIPLES OF THE ISRAELI SECURITY CONCEPTS, METHODS TACTICS AND CT MEASURES FOR HR PROTECTION OPERATIONS

Module 11 – FAMILARIZATION WITH THE INTERNATIONAL TERRORISM THREATS

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1. Force Protection Terrorism
2. Terrorism: Introduction and Background
3. The Wheel Of Terror
4. Terrorist Tactics: It’s the Terror
5. Trends in International Terrorism Threats
6. Weapons of Terrorism: Small Arms, Explosives and Incendiaries
7. The Real Threat of Suicide Bombers
8. Suicide Bombers: Threats and Preventative Measures
9. The International Terrorist Threat of Al Qaeda and ISIS
10. Into the Belly of the Beast: a Focus on Al Qaeda
11. Boko Haram and Islamic Fundamentalism in Nigeria
12. The Growing Radicalization of theYouth in Somalia
Total pages: 293

Module 12 – POTENTIAL ADVERSARIES HIGH RISK

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1. Terrorism: Introduction and Background
2. The Wheel of Terror
3. Terrorist Tactics -It’s the Terror
4. Weapons of Terrorism: Small Arms, Explosives and Incendiaries
5. Trends in International Terrorism Threats
6. Introduction to the Kalashnikov: The Terrorist’s Best Friend
Total pages: 177

Module 13 – HOW TO CONDUCT IN ARAB MUSLIM COUNTRIES

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1. From the Prophet Muhammad to The War on Terrorism
2. The Arab Life Style
3. Understanding Islam and Arab Culture
4. Islamic Extremism in the Arab World
5. Islamic Extremism and Suicide Terrorist Attacks
Total pages: 159

Module 14 – TRANSPORTATION SECURITY PRINCIPLES

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1. Land Transport of Dangerous Goods
2. Shipping Dangerous Goods
3. Safe/Secure Transport of Chemicals
4. The Past the Present and the Future of Cargo Security
5. Hazardous Materials Transportation Security Requirements
Total pages: 100

Module 15 – AVIATION SECURITY PRINCIPLES

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1. Civil Aviation Threats and Regional Context
2. Airport Security
3. Comparative Risk Analysis & Threat Adaptability
4. Civil Aviation and Biological Terrorism
5. Transportation Security
6. Securing Israel’s International Airport
7. Both Sides of the Cockpit Door
Total pages: 92

Module 16 – MARITIME SECURITY PRINCIPLES

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1. Boating – Basics and Beginnings
2. International Ship and Port Facility Security
3. Maritime Flags of Convenience and 3rd Party Security
4. Introduction to International Ship and Port Security
5. The Threat of Maritime Terrorism – Piracy Modus Operandi
6. Anti Piracy Protection Measures
7. Crucial Security on Cruise Ships
Total pages: 168

VISIT COURSE 2

STAGE 2

 CHIEF SECURITY OFFICER

Requirements & Duties description by International NGOs
and other International security related employers

Directs and manages the Security and Safety Service which includes but is not limited to the following:

  • Defines security and safety policies and standards at the premises.
  • Initiates and reviews all operational planning and standard operational procedures (SOP) applicable to the conduct of security operations.
  • Supervises and controls the functions of security according the defined organizational structure.
  • Directs and deploys supervisors and officers to ensure the most effective and efficient provision of security and safety services.
  • Provides leadership to the Security department.
  • Elaborates recruitment policy in consultation with the Human Resources Management Service.
  • Directs the security management team, by supervising the development of each security related project together with appropriate entities of the Divisions.
  • Ensures prudent financial resource management.
  • Coordinates effective security provision with local police/security services.
  • Develops and implements security and safety training programs, including weapon training and security related information technology and organizes special training sessions for staff and security personnel.
  • Makes special security arrangements for visiting Heads of State and other high level officials and for special events and conferences including security risk assessments and conference security, outside the duty station.
  • Coordinates security measures pertaining to travel of the VIPs, as required, and manages the provision of additional security services.
  • Maintains regular and effective communications.
  • Based on regular and ad hoc threat assessments, develops a risk mitigation/management strategy for the objects’, including major events, such as conferences, meetings, VIP visits.
  • Develops and updates, local security policies, plans and procedures and their implementation.
  • Evaluates the effectiveness of physical and security and safety installations in the context of the organizational resilience management system.
  • Performs other duties as directed by the Top management.

Competencies Professionalism

  • Excellent knowledge of the security management, combined with other security specialization and sound political and social knowledge.
  • Shows pride in work and in achievements; demonstrates professional competence and mastery of subject matter; is conscientious and efficient in meeting commitments, observing deadlines and achieving results.
  • Is motivated by professional rather than personal concerns.
  • Shows persistence when faced with difficult problems or challenges.
  • Remains calm in stressful situations.

Communication:

  • Speaks and writes clearly and effectively.
  • Listens to others, correctly interprets messages from others and responds appropriately; asks questions to clarify, and exhibits interest in having two-way communication; tailors language, tone, style and format to match audience.
  • Demonstrates openness in sharing information and keeping people informed.

Planning& Organizing:

  • Develops clear goals that are consistent with agreed strategies.
  • Identifies priority activities and assignments, adjusts priorities as required, allocates appropriate amount of time and resources for completing work.
  • Foresees risks and allows for contingencies when planning.
  • Monitors and adjusts plans and actions as necessary.
  • Uses time efficiently.

Managerial Competencies

Leadership:

  • Serves as a role model that other people want to follow.
  • Empowers others to translate vision into results/
  • Is proactive in developing strategies to accomplish objectives.
  • Establishes and maintains relationships with a broad range of people to understand needs and gain support.
  • Anticipates and resolves conflicts by pursuing mutually agreeable solutions.
  • Drives for change and improvement; does not accept the status quo.
  • Shows the courage to take unpopular stands; provides leadership and takes responsibility for incorporating gender perspectives and ensuring the equal participation of women and men in all areas of work.
  • Demonstrates knowledge of strategies and commitment to the goal of gender balance in staffing.

Judgments /Decision-making:

  • Identifies the key issues in a complex situation, and comes to the heart of the problem quickly.
  • Gathers relevant information before making a decision.
  • Considers positive and negative impacts of decisions prior to making them.
  • Takes decisions with an eye to the impact on others and on the Organization.
  • Proposes a course of action and or makes a recommendation based on all available information.
  • Checks assumptions against facts.
  • Determines the actions proposed will satisfy the expressed and underlying needs for the decision.
  • Makes tough decisions when necessary.

For certification –  Stage 1 + Stage 2(course3)

OPERATIONAL MANAGEMENT SPECIALIZATION
SECURITY, PROTECTION ASSASSMENT, PLANNING & OPERATION

Module 17 – VITAL ASPECTS OF PSYCHOLOGY AND VICTIMOLOGY

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1. Introduction to Psychology
2. Sociological Perspectives and Imagination
3. Personal, Social and Emotional Development
4. Psychology: Perspectives and Analysis
5. Positive Psychology
6. Social Psychology
7. Sociologists and Society
8. Victimology Anthropology and Race
9. Criminal and Terrorist Profiling
10. Emotional Intelligence It’s Causes and Cures
11. Social Engineering
Total pages: 223

MODULE 18 – INTELLIGENCE – FROM GATHERING to OPERATIONS

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1. Competitive intelligence- Gaining the Upper Hand
2. Intelligence, Espionage and  Surveillance
3. Intelligence: Identifying and Gathering
4. Principles of Human Intelligence in Counter Terrorism
5. Open Source Intelligence for the 21 Century.
6. Intelligence Mission and Operations
7. The future of Intelligence.
Total pages: 149

MODULE 19 – SURVEILLANCE

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1. Foundations of Surveillance
2. Surveillance and Methodologies
3. Surveillance in Terrorist Planning
4. Surveillance Kit 1 final
5. Surveillance Kit 2 final
6. Surveillance Kit 3 final
7. Surveillance Kit 4 final
8. Surveillance Kit 5 final
Total pages: 184

MODULE 20 – COUNTER INTELLIGENCE and SURVEILLANCE

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1. Counterintelligence Threats and Awareness
2. Questioning Suspects and Lie Detection
3. Counterintelligence- Indicators and Behavior
4. Surveillance Detection
5. Surveillance and Pre-Attack Indicators
6. CI Operations in Counterintelligence
7. The Aware Traveler
Total pages: 112

MODULE 21 –INFORMATION SECURITY

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1. Information Security- Blueprint to Safety
2. Information System- How to fit Security in the Picture
3. Management and Information Security in the Office
4. Mark Zimmerman’s information Security
5. Risk Management and Analysis
6. Planning for Security and Management
Total pages: 139

MODULE 22 – CRIME FIGHTING

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1. Motives Behind Crime and Criminals
2. Typologies of Transnational Organized Crime
3. Crime Fighting – National Strategies Against Organized Crime
Total pages: 72

MODULE 23 – THREATS EVALUATION, COUNTER TERRORISM STRATEGIES & TACTICS

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1. World Threat Evaluation
2. Force Protection – Terrorism
3. How to Mitigate Crime and Terrorism
4. Counter Terrorist Strategies
5. The Ten Commandments
6. Counter Terrorism in Africa
Total pages: 65

Module 24 – PROTECTION, ASSESSMENT AND PLANNING

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1. Workplace Security Preparedness
2. Protection Assessment, Planning and Operation
3. Protective Threat Risk Analysis
4. Advance and Security Planning
5. Protective Operations -Planning and Advances
6. Installation Security
7. Physical Environmental Security
8. How to Design Effective Physical Security  System
9. Security Planning for Special Events
Total pages: 226

MODULE 25 – EXEMPLES OF SECURITY PLANS

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1. Example Security Plan
2. Example Security Plan – Threat Alert
3. Example Security Plan- Information Technology
4. Example Security Plan- Employee Conduct and Performance
5. Example Security Plan – Temporary  project Closures and Communications
Total pages: 119

MODULE 26 – OPERATION PLAN AND ORDER

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1. Protection Plan and Operation Order
Total pages: 21

MODULE27 – OPERATIONAL MANAGEMENT& LEADERSHIP

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1. Foundations for Successful and Effective Leadership
2. Effective Communication
3. Public Speaking Mistakes to Avoid Mistakes
4. The Critical Implementation of Leadership, Motivation and Team Building
5. Negotiation Skills
6. Military Leadership and Implementation
7. Communication Secrets of Great Leaders
Total pages: 147


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The “Israeli Security BIBLE” – Your Personal “SECRET” advantage !!!

We are proud to see tremendous professional achievements by all our candidates who are reaching the peak of our Practical completion training after their intensive prior preparations with our Distance / Online  – “Israeli Security Bible.

By purchasing the ultimate relevant Distance / Online programs and starting your prior preparations, we can focus the time on practice and drilling, instead of spending time on Academic / Theoretical lectures that are not always understood by all due to language barriers.

With this upgrade we have managed to reduce the qualification’s duration which poses as a critical economic barrier for many candidates from the entire International Security Industry sector.

 

The “Israeli Security BIBLE” – Your Personal “SECRET” advantage !!!

  • We have successfully developed a very sophisticated and most up to date “Israeli made” security instruction manual for study / use system to serve as Distance / Online study programs accessible and very friendly from anywhere in the world.
  • That Distance / Online platform  is  very well prepared  and we continue to develop  it permanently,  in order to provide our students from the entire International Security Industry sector with unique and comprehensive Security Instruction materials prior to their Practical completion with ISA – ISRAEL instructors worldwide  or with other security training providers.
  • The  Distance / Online “Israeli Security Bible”  has been developed, gathered and produced over the past 32 years by ISA – ISRAEL’s Israeli, foreign instructors and many colleagues from various respectable sources and nationalities to suit the Israeli recommended Protection & Counter Terrorism concepts, methods, tactics, and qualification standards.
  • We continue to add instruction materials and videos as part of an ongoing update/upgrade process for our students during their study.
  • Students are  able to use the required Modules and chapters of the “Israeli Security Bible” in  their preferred language.

STEP 1 – MEMBERSHIP REGISTRATION

 

Please complete the following stages to get access to your study materials:

  • Register Mandatory for entering into our Digital education  system.
  • Purchase & pay the chosen  program and its Modules.
  • Get your personal access code to: 
    The  unique instruction study materials  of ISA – ISRAEL  for each program  you Purchased.

 


STEP 2 – STUDYING MODE AND PROCESS

 

  • You will find very comprehensive instruction materials that contains presentations with pictures  and links to enhance and upgrade your knowledge as described in the syllabus of each of the programs.
  • Successful completion of the independent Distance / Online study training requires discipline. For most remote students, it is not practical to block out two or three days of time to complete all the Modules back-to-back, as one would do if enrolled in a classroom seminar.
  • In this case, we recommend that you establish a personal study schedule to ensure that all the program’s Modules and theirs chapters are completed in a timely fashion. For example, you may decide that each day you will devote a few hours to completing sections of various issues or you may decide that every Saturday and Sunday morning you will devote a few hours to study. We recommend that you study at your own pace to guarantee a complete, relaxed and thorough study experience.
  • We recommend that you read through each Module in sequence, starting with Module No 1. Regardless of how you allocate your time, maintaining a strict personal study schedule will keep you on track in completing all the Modules.
  • Your ISA – ISRAEL’S MENTOR – He is the person responsible for guiding and mentoring you in all program matters during your study period. Communication with your MENTOR will be via Skype and emails.

 

 

ONCE A MONTH – Every last Saturday of the month ,  ISA – ISRAEL  will initiate an INTERNATIONAL group participants   CONFERENCE / CLASS – ONLINE  for interested registered students to discuss and clarify various interesting issues for all the DISTANCE registrants.

STEP 3 – ONLINE EXAMINATION & CERTIFICATION

 

  • ISA ISRAEL’s  Distance / Online Security career upgrades is followed by an Distance / Online Examination component to measure the student’s understanding of each program’s materials. Students will be briefed on the final examination answering criteria.
  • Once you have completed all the program’s Module’s contents, you should be ready to take the Distance / Online Examination for the course you purchased.
  • Re-do final examination:  to retake a final course examination please contact us.
  • We recommend that you review the program materials to bolster your knowledge on any topic that you had difficulty with on the first exam before taking the examination a second time.
  • Once you have passed the program’s exam, a prestigious certificate will be emailed to you verifying the study unit you have completed.
  • Each exam will qualify you for the COURSE  and  the study materials (all Modules) you purchased as follows:

 

The “Israeli Security BIBLE” – Your Personal “SECRET” advantage !!!

STAGE 1 – COURSE 1 
ISRAELI VIP / CLOSE PROTECTION & COUNTER TERRORISM
SPECIALIZATION
CONCEPTS, METHODS & TACTICS

(Modules 1- 10)

STAGE 1 – COURSE 2 
HIGH RISK MISSION’S OPERATION
PRINCIPLES OF THE ISRAELI SECURITY CONCEPTS, METHODS TACTICS AND CT MEASURES FOR HR PROTECTION OPERATIONS (Modules 11-16)

STAGE 2 – COURSE 3  (Should  follow  STAGE 1 & its courses)
MANAGEMENT SPECIALIZATION
SECURITY, PROTECTION ASSESSMENT, PLANNING & OPERATION
(Modules 17-27)


Only students enrolled in ISA ISRAEL’S Distance / Online security Qualification &  certification programs   are permitted to join the examination and certification process at ISA – ISRAEL.

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 The Programs:

 To achieve the maximum know how & expertise  from our unique “Israeli Security Bible” we ask to purchase and study course by course .

# NAME MODULES PRICE ACTION
1

ISRAELI VIP / CLOSE PROTECTION & COUNTER TERRORISM
SPECIALIZATION
CONCEPTS, METHODS & TACTICS

1 – 10 € 450 ENTER
2

HIGH RISK MISSION’S OPERATION
PRINCIPLES OF THE ISRAELI SECURITY CONCEPTS, METHODS TACTICS AND CT MEASURES FOR HR PROTECTION OPERATIONS

11-16 € 350 ENTER
3

MANAGEMENT SPECIALIZATION
SECURITY, PROTECTION ASSESSMENT, PLANNING & OPERATION

Should  follow  STAGE 1 + its courses

17-27 € 550 ENTER

 

STEP 1
DISTANCE / ONLINE STUDY PROGRAMS

YOUR SECURITY CAREER UPGRADE SHOULD START WITH:
The ultimate  SECRETS of the
Israeli Security & Protection Concepts, methods and tactics

SECRETS that will Integrate and will  be your advantage in your career development in your country
and especially in International security missions deployments 

SECRETS  to assist you to cope better with various violent crime and terrorism encounters occurring in the 21st Century

 

Students Should  follow Module by MODULE by MODULE ,   COURSE by COURSE and STAGE by STAGE to reach the maximum achievements !!!

Final course’s examinations ONLINE are required for certification BEFORE  joining the PRACTICAL COMPLETION qualification for Graduation!

ONLINE
COURSES

LANGUAGE

COURSE NAME

STARTS

ONLINE
“ZOOM”
MEETINGS
ALL LANGUAGES

EXAM’S
ONLINE

ALL LANGUAGES

COURSE FEE

OC 1

ALL LANGUAGES

ISRAELI VIP/CLOSE PROTECTION & CT
SPECIALIZATION
CONCEPTS, METHODS & TACTICS
SINGLE – CLASSIC OPERATION
(CLICK HERE)

AUGUST

2020

03.10.20
07.11.20
05.12.20
23.01.21

JANUARY
MAY
SEPTEMBER

2021

€ 450

OC2

ALL LANGUAGES

HIGH RISK MISSION’S OPERATION
PRINCIPLES & MEASURES FOR
HR PROTECTION TEAM OPERATION
(CLICK HERE)

FEBRUARY

2021

27.02.21
27.03.21
24.04.21
22.05.21

MAY
SEPTEMBER

2021

€ 350

OC3

ALL LANGUAGES

MANAGEMENT SPECIALIZATION
SECURITY, PROTECTION ASSESSMENT, PLANNING & OPERATION
(CLICK HERE)

JUNE
2021

26.06.21
24.07.21
28.08.21
25.09.21

SEPTEMBER

2021

€ 550

OC1 + OC2 + OC3

ALL LANGUAGES

CHIEF SECURITY OFFICER

 AUGUST

2020

€ 900


Students Should  follow  COURSE by COURSE and STAGE by STAGE to reach the maximum acheivments !!!

 Final course’s examinations Online are required for certification

Online exams will be offered twice a year 

Upcoming exam dates:

  • 27 June , 2020
  • 26 December , 2020

Pay your exam: 

Bank Transfer:

International Security Academy – Mirza David Ltd
BANK LEUMI – MASKIT BRANCH
MASKIT ST 32 HERTZELIYA, ISRAEL
SWIFT CODE: LUMIILITXXX
IBAN: IL85 0107 8300 0002 0520 077


The “Israeli Security Bible” should be used as your Personal “SECRET” advantage !!!

Distance Certificate

Course 1
Course 1
Course 1


Final course’s examinations Online are required for certification

  • Each course exam (including retaken exams) should  be paid  separately – cost per exam – €99.

Online exams will be offered twice a year 

Upcoming exam dates:

  • Each stage exam (including retaken exams) cost €99
  • 27 June , 2020
  • 26 December , 2020

Pay your exam: 

Bank Transfer:

International Security Academy – Mirza David Ltd
BANK LEUMI – MASKIT BRANCH
MASKIT ST 32 HERTZELIYA, ISRAEL
SWIFT CODE: LUMIILITXXX
IBAN: IL85 0107 8300 0002 0520 077

YOUR IMMEDIATE ACHIEVEMENTS !

The “Israeli Security Bible” should be used as your Personal “SECRET” advantage !!!

COURSE 1

  1. The training will qualify, upgrade, sophisticate and enhance the tactical capabilities and operational fitness of those who wish to work as International Protection Operatives.
  2. Understanding of the collection and evaluation of intelligence as it relates to the principal and threat assessment
  3. Familiarity with typical attacker profiles and actions, based on and including case studies of actual assassinations and attempts.
  4. Understand and practice scanning the surroundings for threats, in order to respond to them appropriately.
  5. Knowledge of the  history of protective services and the ability to identify key concepts and terms of this unique segment of the security field.
  6. The information necessary to integrate all elements of an executive protection mission into a working field operation.
  7. The ability to undertake threat analysis, including evaluations of internal and external threats.
  8. The ability to successfully clear an area as safe from threats to the VIP. This process will be understood as part of an overall operation that involves movement by the VIP from one place to another.
  9. Understand and practice correctly for motions related to both pedestrian and vehicular movement.
  10. Understand and practice proper vehicle, person and room search techniques

COURSE 2

  1. Understanding the fundamentals of a protection team, in a manner that emphasizes team integration, cooperation and communication elements of a VIP protective mission.
  2. The ability to plan the safe arrival and departure of a VIP within the context of a VIP Protection Team mission.
  3. Understanding how to relay accurate information, such as descriptions and directions, to others in a protective service team.
  4. The ability to build effective professional relationships with the police, security personnel, the public, businesses and employees within their field of operation.
  5. The ability to undertake field operations involving vehicle and pedestrian movement, command center operation and static post assignments.
  6. Awareness of technical capabilities such as surveillance, detection and alarm equipment.
  7. Thorough understanding of how these mechanical and electronic assets can be integrated into Protection Team operations.
  8. Understanding the importance of proper staffing, the assignment of protective services and other security personnel as it relates to the protection of the VIP.
  9. Understanding of the ability to execute the necessary maintenance procedures of secured areas over extended periods where the VIP remains static.
  10. Understanding of the value of such relationships in terms of enhancing service to the client, as well as increased safety for the client and others assigned to the mission.
  11. he training will qualify, upgrade, sophisticate and enhance the tactical capability and operational fitness of those who work or intend to work as High Risk Protection Operatives.
  12. The training will expose the participants to Israeli unique expertise, which was accumulated in Lebanon and other High Risk areas in the Middle East.
  13. The trainees will be hosted by Arab families, for a better understanding of the Arab-Islamic culture, religion, manners and language, in order to avoid unwanted and unnecessary conflicts with the local Arab or Muslim population in these “High Risk Zones”.
  14. The total environmental conditions, the climate and the population in Israel are the most suitable for the simulation of Israeli proved tactical response methods.
  15. Familiarity with typical attacker profiles and actions, based on and including case studies of attack strategies encountered during High Risk Zone operations.
  16. Understand and practice scanning the surroundings for threats, in order to respond to them appropriately.
  17. Knowledge of the basic information necessary to integrate all elements of High Risk protective missions into a working field operation.
  18. Understand and practice convoy formations and vehicular movement, tactics and strategies.
  19. Exposure to the Arab/Islamic culture, its social habits, the religion, the language, and the rituals.

COURSE 3

  1. The training will serve as an asset for the students. You will gain knowledge and understanding of violent crime , terrorism and their adversaries :
    • Who are they?
    • How do they operate?
    • How do they gather intelligence?
    • What is the Modus Operandi of different crime and terrorist groups
    • How can they be stopped?
  2. During the training, the participants will get acquainted with unique Israeli protection concepts, up-to-date methods, modern techniques, sophisticated tactics and State-of-the-art security and safety technologies.
  3. During the training the participants will get a new outlook on design and implementation of integrated protection plans covering all aspects of DoctrineHuman ResourcesTechnology and Procedure.
  4. You will take part in this unique opportunity to develop business connections and discuss with your international peers the methods, tactics and ideas needed for better design, implementation and operation.

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Alfredo
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Is there a possibility that the certificate are not written the word online/distance course, because in my country noone recognise any distance course on security,

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If you have to take a course or specialize in counter terrorism and you are looking for experienced professional security operators, this is the right place where to be. It has been personally inspiring to take a course with International Security Academy, the staff is always ready to meet your needs and help you achieve what you deserve. I strongly recommend Israel International Security Academy in order to become proficient with the art of self defense, counter terrorism, and prevention.

Stefano Cioce
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This was a very informative course. I learnt so much and my eyes have been opened up to a whole new world. I cant wait to start my next course. What would make this even better would be an index at the end of each course.

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