Agreement on Cooperation between R.A.P.I.D. - Pro Defensive Solutions and IBSSA
In October 2016, in order to increase the efficiency and impact of further actions, IBSSA agreed on cooperating in the future with R.A.P.I.D. - Pro Defensive Solutions (Italy).
Dr. Antonio M. La Salandra - Honorary Member of IBSSA founded PRO DEFENSIVE SOLUTIONS (TM) asd in 2004, which provides training programs for security, law enforcement and military professionals as well as civilians. They offer advanced trainings and courses, with R.A.P.I.D. Methodology (TM), for a wide range of missions, terrain and tactical situations. They can train both; individuals and units applying their knowledge and experience to support stated objectives. The instructors team is a selected group of experts with a long term experience in law enforcement and military units.
R.A.P.I.D. TRAINING METHODOLOGY (TM) - REALISTIC ADVANCED PROGRESSIVE IMMEDIATE DEFENCE
This method allows a short time to acquire techniques and procedures to be used when carrying out high-risk professions (security operators, operators of the police, army, etc. ..).
RAPID System, includes sessions of intensive training under conditions of stress induced in simulated reality. Are not taught only the theoretical or practical, but also operational procedures performed in real environments in order to allow the operator to work immediately as it would in the real professional.
P.D.S. provides also bodyguard and private soldiers for each kind of work in each part of the world.
18th November 2016
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IBSSA (International Bodyguard and Security Services Association) is the leading international NGO of the organisations, companies and individuals in the civilian security sector in the world. This position is due to its global presence, its top professional experts, its international acknowledgement, its authentic and professional operation and last but not least to its excellent communication. In its strategy the internationally approved educational system plays an important role.
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