Why attend a special driver training?

1. Special security vehicles are no usual cars. They need a special handling. The driver of the car has to learn to have permanent and total control of the vehicle.

2. Aggressors have special strategies. The security driver needs to be educated in the methods and tactics used by terrorists. Recognising an attack even just seconds prior to it being initiated will result in saving the lives of the vehicle occupants. The driver has to learn to analyse the mechanisms on the grounds of which a person may become a potential target.

3. Attacks are exceptional circumstances. The driver of the vehicle is responsible for the safety of all passengers whilst the vehicle is in motion. He has to learn how to respond immediately to any incident whether this be controlling the vehicle or driving evasively in the event of an emergency.

Who is coaching?

The team of STOOF International consists of security drivers, trained anti-terror specialists, personal security officers and security agents. The former professional soldiers were all exposed to attacks and under fire on several occasions in the most diverse areas of conflict.

Where takes the training place?

The driver training takes either place on the premises of STOOF International or on-site at the customer`s premises at any place in the world.

How to book a course

To get additional information or to book a course please contact:

Drivertraining C1

The familiarisation course is to experience the differences between both armoured and non-armoured security utility vehicles. This phase is the beginning level of the security driver-training programme.

Drivertraining C1

This seminar serves as an introduction for students on how to react when they encounter a road block and the situation develops into a threat / attack.

Drivertraining C1

The intent of this course is to provide the student with insight on how to move (as a team of vehicles) from point “A” to point “B” while doing so in a cohesive team.

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