Private Military Contractor course
The Private Military Contractor (PMC) training course is designed for all military and security specialists who are planning to operate in unstable and hostile zones of the world. The main aim of this course is to develop the necessary complex of skills including small group tactics, assault tactics, reconnaissance aspects, sites and convoy security, static security and patrolling, etc. As everybody knows the range of tasks in high-risk areas is vast and not always limited with personal protection, so, a modern operator has to be qualified in multiple spheres in order to be able to accomplish different types of missions.
- Organization of site security
- Static guards and patrolling
- Checkpoint: Organization and functioning
- Zone control
- Small group tactics
- Ambush and counter-ambush drills
- Contact drills
- IED awareness
- Advance Firearms Training
- Case studies
- Team Walking Formation
- Counter Action Team ( CAT)
- Vehicle Counter Actions
- Live Fire contact drills
- Shooting with use of cover: Vertical/ horizontal, corner, car
- Evacuation Techniques
- Vehicle Formations
- Searching Techniques
- Team Evacuation Actions
WEAPONS: AK47, Glock 17/19/34, CZ 75/99
METHODS: This course will be taught using classroom lectures and practical exercises.
REQUIREMENTS: Previous Military experience is desirable but not obligatory. At least basic level of English is required
GEAR: Sturdy / Tactical Belt, Knee & Elbow protectors, Long shirts suitable for desert environment, Flashlight, Camouflage pants, tactical pants, sunglasses.
Place: Belgrade, Serbia
Price included accommodation in Hotel, 3 meals per day, transfer from/to airport, weapons, ammunition, EBSSA International certificate.
|Private Military Contractor course||04 March 2019 - 10 March 2019||1650 €||Available||Sign Up|
|Private Military Contractor course||17 December 2018 - 23 December 2018||1600 €||Available||Sign Up|
Private Military Contractor course (04 March 2019 - 10 March 2019)
Private Military Contractor course (17 December 2018 - 23 December 2018)