The Homeland Security-Executive Protection Agent Training Program (HS-EPATP) is designed to prepare corporate security, military, and law enforcement professionals with relevant career skill-sets to perform and succeed in a challenging field. The 7-day comprehensive training program's curriculum is adaptable to corporate and law enforcement protective services. Classes include a historical perspective of protective services; fundamentals of protection; and a series of practical exercises which allow the students to apply the methods and techniques learned in the classroom. Students will learn to work independently and as members of a protective team. This program provides a solid foundation to prepare students for real-world experience. Students will be prepared to pursue diverse opportunities in corporate and government security services. The program is offered during a seven-day session with classes meeting for 10 hours a day for a total of 70 hours.
The Continuing & Professional Education Certificate in the Homeland Security-Executive Protection Agent Training Program (HS-EPATP) requires that the applicant be at least eighteen (18) years of age; be a high school graduate (or obtained a General Education Development (GED) diploma) and be of good moral character by having neither a conviction, a plea of guilty, a plea of nolo contendere, probation or the payment of any fine for a felony or a misdemeanor involving moral turpitude. If applicable, students must have been discharged from the Armed Forces under honorable conditions. A certificate of Good Conduct is also needed from the applicant’s local police department. During the screening process, CSU Continuing & Professional Education staff may contact the prospective applicant(s) for further vetting. A medical and physical condition report may be needed. Applicants should contact CSU Continuing & Professional Education for details.