Atlantic Security Group Inc

Specialist Training

Atlantic Security Group is able to capitalize on the extensive training and experience of its personnel and offer clients a variety of specialist training products. Programs are designed for the client's needs and are tailored for any duration from one hour to the production of a whole training course and seminars. International subject matter experts in areas such as executive and close protection in hostile environments, maritime anti piracy and anti smuggling are available to ASG.

Core areas of the training offered are listed below, please contact ASG to discuss other options for training or awareness lectures.

  • Investigative Techniques: The aim of these training modules is to assist persons appointed outside law enforcement to examine a situation, conduct any form of investigation and to produce a decision which could later be subject to any legal challenge. This series of modules assists in showing relevant training under a due diligence requirement. It consists of all the core areas for a successful investigation: Case management, conducting a systematic investigation, evidence gathering and continuity, interview techniques, managing intelligence and IT forensics.

  • Personal Security: The aim of these training modules is to provide two types of security awareness training. First to those employed by government or private industry required to travel and conduct business in hostile environments and second employees in potentially confrontational roles within Canada.
    1. Hostile Environment Training: Includes modules on threat assessment, situational and security awareness, travel security and methodology employed in espionage and criminality. Specialist internationally accredited instructors with experience in Afghanistan, Iraq, Beirut, Bosnia, Somalia and Africa, are used for elements of executive protection, maritime anti piracy and kidnap procedures.

    2. Domestic Security Awareness: Modules are designed as stand alone or to be combined into a training program. Training includes; situational and personal security awareness; conflict resolution; aggression indicators; identification of non verbal and nuro linguistic indicators and basic self defence techniques.
  • Specialist Port Security: The aim of these modules is to provide a best practice overview to the transportation, port and airport sectors in employing protection measures; terrorism and organised criminality are the main focus. Modules include; Man-pad awareness; terrorism and organised criminality methodology; counter smuggling; facility security and risk assessment. International experts can be used in presenting modules on Maritime anti piracy; target hardening and intelligence gathering. Specific material is presented to include areas of commercial operation abroad, including methodologies and routing employed in smuggling between ports, specialists in CBRNE1, aircraft and ship search are provided.

  • Terrorism & Espionage Awareness: The aim of these modules is to provide clients with an in-depth overview of methodologies employed by terrorist groups, industrial and state sponsored espionage programs in infiltrating organisations, facilities and communities. Operational examples are used showing how these persons operate and the methodology and techniques they employ in their trade; which if identified could provide early indication of the threat.

  • Risk Assessment and Business Planning: The aim of these modules is to provide a basic overview of assessing security and business risk and in developing planning to mitigate the risk. Areas include; conducting a Threat, Risk and Vulnerability Assessment, developing security, emergency management and business continuity policies and plans.

  • Dealing with Financial Crime: The aim of these modules is to inform private industry, commerce and persons engaged in international trade, of the methodologies and financial tools used by criminal networks engaged in financial criminality. Areas include; methodologies in fraud and money laundering; legislative requirements in prevention and reporting; conducting a risk assessment and developing internal procedures to mitigate the risk and meet legislative requirements.