Iba course romania

cezzz

Full Registered User
Hello, respect to all users of the forum. I am 24'years old , live and work in Romania not as CP but i want to work as CP officer but first of all i need a degree and training so in 9april########### organise 2 courses in Romania first is masterclass and second D.A.R.T defence and restrain tactics for 540EUR. I read this forum and DG's Jim Shortt of IBA is contested by many users so i want to ask if this courses are recognized in E.U or are just fake? Regards, Cez
 
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Gorillanobaka1977

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depends on where you wanna work afterwards... you wanna work only in romania go ahead... take the little course for peanuts... you wanna work world wide.. well you have to go for one of the internationally recognized CP courses

It`s up to you

PS: for advertising contact one of the mods
 

cezzz

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thanks for reply. I don't want to advertise,if i broke rules of the forum i'm sorry and maybe an admin will moderate this thread. I want to work world wide maybe in U.K or U.S.A, so i was thinking that this course is recognised world wide...
 

Gorillanobaka1977

Longterm Registered User
thanks for reply. I don't want to advertise,if i broke rules of the forum i'm sorry and maybe an admin will moderate this thread. I want to work world wide maybe in U.K or U.S.A, so i was thinking that this course is recognised world wide...

It`s all right...Listen...guys with years of military experience background and internationally recognized courses under their belt struggle to get that elusive first contract...You with a only local recognized course will have not chance ever of beeing hired...Trust me on this...
I`ve been there myself...There`s no point in wasting your money on a course that it is not internationally aproved...
 

Gorillanobaka1977

Longterm Registered User
Cezz... 3 more post and you will be able to use the private messaging function ...and then people will be able to contact you...
Go on...
 

cezzz

Full Registered User
It`s all right...Listen...guys with years of military experience background and internationally recognized courses under their belt struggle to get that elusive first contract...You with a only local recognized course will have not chance ever of beeing hired...Trust me on this...
I`ve been there myself...There`s no point in wasting your money on a course that it is not internationally aproved...
At the last ideea i am ok whit you but for the first not. For the moment i just want to learn, so i want to take a course who is world wide recognised whit instructors who can realy teach me. I have all the based skills needed, i am made for work in security. In this moment i coordonate a team of 9 security guards whit no qaulifications only based on my skills. Of cours i dont want to waste time and money for nothing but this i enjoy to do and for this am good.
 

Gorillanobaka1977

Longterm Registered User
At the last ideea i am ok whit you but for the first not. For the moment i just want to learn, so i want to take a course who is world wide recognised whit instructors who can realy teach me. I have all the based skills needed, i am made for work in security. In this moment i coordonate a team of 9 security guards whit no qaulifications only based on my skills. Of cours i dont want to waste time and money for nothing but this i enjoy to do and for this am good.

Once again ....it`s up to you...You will discover that what you have learned at home does not really apply outside... it`s a different world with different rules...

My piece of advice... Wait , save some money ...Go for THE BEST course ..one that is recognized internationally..

Don`t fall for the cheap 1 week "death by powerpoint " courses..

At the end of the day when you pay for something you wanna make sure that you pay for the best the market can offer...

And trust me..there`s only a few of good internationally recognized training providers..you can count them by the fingers of one palm so to speak...

Good luck buddy
 

billy1000

Full Registered User
Just started looking at courses myself and everyone I've talked with, has said give the IBA a miss. I don't want to rub anyone up the wrong way, but thats what I was told.
 

cezzz

Full Registered User
thanks for advice. i will resume to do 2 courses that are recognised in my country "security guard" and after finish first "close protection and value transportation" = 4months 200E both, non-lethal gun permit whit gun aprox. 800E and when i complete this i will try to aply for a world wide recognised course. When i heard about iba course i think that is an opportunity for me but on a closer look and after speake whit you guys i understand that is not a good ideea... Regards, Cez
 

Lepard

Longterm Registered User
Just started looking at courses myself and everyone I've talked with, has said give the IBA a miss. I don't want to rub anyone up the wrong way, but thats what I was told.

Google 'Jim Shortt' or 'Castleshortt'
Or go to top RH corner of this site & search 'shortt'
Nuff said:rolleyes:
PS. Nowt wrong with most of the blokes from the IBA, but it has been seriously soiled by its MD.
 

cezzz

Full Registered User
Google 'Jim Shortt' or 'Castleshortt'
Or go to top RH corner of this site & search 'shortt'
Nuff said:rolleyes:
PS. Nowt wrong with most of the blokes from the IBA, but it has been seriously soiled by its MD.
i am not sure that i understand what you want to say
 

Heimrisks

Well-Known Member
If you whant to have a real license train with a reputable company in your country that legaly are aloud to train if you have licenses /authorisation demands in your country
If you wish to work in your country first of all train where you legaly can get a license in your country.
Secondly if you whant to work in the UK then train with any of the licensed training providers there and IBA is not one of them as far as I know.

If you wish to work in USA I asume that you will fight for a green card etc. and then you should train with a American company since a SIA course from UK is far from legal in USA.
It also looks good on any employeer in US if you trained with a US company
Remember there are various demands in diffrent states and laws for concealed weapon carry..and the right training provider handles this

But I would stay out of the iba until the DG steps down
Its never good for a world wide organisation to have a fake man on top
Hawk
 

cezzz

Full Registered User
i don't care what is the name of the country... 2 things i care of: money and to be professionals. my ideea is to train whit an acredited company who can give me a licens that is recognised in a respected country & who need pro havy duty personel...
 

Heimrisks

Well-Known Member
Im sorry, but you should care..Since a SIA closeprotection course and license only works in UK & Wales outside UK its not worth any.
The same for us, we have a authorised close protection training weapons included in Sweden for Swedish citizens but outside of Sweden its not worth any.
I mean each country have there own rules, therefore its very much important to find out in which country you wich to work so that you get a license for that country.

There is no training providers that have international licenses if they say they lie!
However they can be internationally recognised by operatives and companies but they are very rearly approved with other country Governments since each country have their own laws and regulations
I just dont whant to you be tricked.

In many countries cp (close protection/ bodyguarding is strictly for the police and many companies / private consultants call themselfs security consultants, personal assistants, etc. just to seperate them from the regulations.

In
UK- there is the SIA license close protection
Norway- Have ledsagare
Sweden - have personskyddsväktare
USA- Executive protection / various of certificates depending on states etc.

Im just saying many countries have their own standards and its not recognised internationally, no one have internationally approved courses/licenses by foreign Governments

Hawk
 
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