Security Training

Control Risks offers a comprehensive range of training services. Using expertise built over many years and supported by the most up-to-date intelligence, they can be delivered anywhere in the world. Much of our training is designed for specific client needs, so we have developed a wide range of solutions, from crisis workshops to hostile environment training.

Control Risks’ courses include:

  • Crisis management preparedness
  • Kidnap and response workshops
  • Security management (qualification up to Foundation Level Degree)
  • Hostile environment and security awareness training
  • Contractors on Deployed Operations Training (for staff deploying in support of the British military)
  • Close protection
  • Driver training

Our dedicated training facility in the UK forms a centre of excellence for many of these services. Together with our wide network of global offices and consultants, this enables us to meet training requirements at short notice, with tailored solutions and high-level expertise.

When combined with Control Risks’ broader services, our training solutions allow clients to operate in some of the world’s most challenging regions without risking damage to their reputation, employees, assets or commercial viability.

For more information on our training courses please contact us.
For information on courses designed for professional development, please visit our training services website.


See Also

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  • Active Shooter Situations

    We see active shooter events in the headlines more than ever before, which begs the question of what travelers should do if they come face to face with this nightmare situation. Paris. Brussels. Orlando. Istanbul. The list goes on. The best chance for survival means quickly and instinctively knowing how to react and what to do.