Training Courses

Our training courses are carefully designed to fit the needs of  individuals who may be exposed to domestic and international terrorist or criminal activities, as well as those charged with their protection. The courses are continually updated and refined so as to be relevant and responsive to evolving global circumstances.

Security Driver Course (SDC) »

This course is designed for those individuals who are vulnerable and under the threat of a terrorist or organized criminal attack while in transit. The training emphasizes the proactive approach to protection.

Evasive Driving Course (EDC) »

This course is designed for those individuals who are vulnerable and under the threat of a terrorist or organized criminal attack while in transit. The training emphasizes the proactive approach to protection.

Unimproved/Off-Road Course (UORC) »

This course is designed to improve the off-road driving skills at any experience level. The student will learn about the different terrain surfaces, how to read and change driving techniques based on vehicle language.

Firearms Training (FT) »

These courses are designed to teach weapons safety and all the fundamentals of effectively using selected weapons with a high level of confidence and proficiency. Students will learn to combine tactics with advanced shooting techniques to develop the winning edge in combat shooting situations. Emphasis is placed on developing practical skills to be able to use these weapons in personal protection situations.

BECON »

The BECON course is a one day course that will focus on historical ASE’s (Active Shooter Event) and lessons learned, supported through statistical information to assist in the fundamental understanding of the evolution of ASE’s, policies, and tactics through lecture and in-class practical exercises.

CTAC »

This course provides participants with the knowledge and skills to better prepare them for living and working in unpredictable security threat environments overseas. Participants gain the practical skills necessary to recognize, avoid, and respond to potential security threat situations. Participants will demonstrate the practical application of techniques taught in the course and gain experience in personal resilience, risk management, restraint defeat, situational awareness and threat prevention, aspects of personnel recovery, emergency medical care, improvised explosive device (IED) awareness, firearms familiarization, fire as a weapon, react to contact, self-defense for overseas and defensive/counter-terrorist driving maneuvers. The final day of the course features reality-based scenarios that enable participants to test their skills retention as well as their abilities to react during crisis situations.

Vehicle Commandeering Course (VCC) »

This course is designed to teach individuals how to quickly acquire a vehicle without the use of a key.

Accident Avoidance »

“Drivers ed” teaches beginners how to drive. BSR’s Accident Avoidance (“AA”) training teaches already-licensed drivers, with six months driving experience, how to handle highway emergencies.

Additional Modules are Available with Minimum Students Required

These modules can be interchanged on the last half of the second day of a SDC or EDC.

  • Close Proximity Operations
  • Dynamic Vehicle Immobilization
  •  Motorcade Operations
  •  Convoy Operations