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Women's Executive Protection | PHALANX TRAINING ACADEMY LLC
PHALANX TRAINING ACADEMY, LLC Website: www.phalanx-eps.us Email: phalanxeps@aol.com Phone: 770-799-6471




In a male dominated profession, female executive protection agents  continue to be in high demand!  Female agents are valued for their covert presence, precision and elegance. We recognize this need for highly trained female agents and continue to encourage women from all walks of life to explore this exciting, challenging and rewarding career in executive protection.

This high demand is due to several reasons: (1) Female protection agents blend nicely with their clients and their environment, they do not look like the average bodyguard, but ready to react at a moments notice. (2) Most high level female executives, in the movie industry, music industry, corporate business world and the rich and famous feel more comfortable and prefer a female protection agent by their side. (3) A female agent can go places that a male agent cannot, and would not draw unwanted attention. (4) Female agents are extremely well organized, multi-taskers, natural ability to sense danger, poised and able to remain calm and work well under pressure.





 









Bilingual (speaking other languages) is a plus.  Former Military, Law Enforcement, Martial Arts training and  firearms training is a plus, but not necessary to attend this training.












 

Hard work pays off! The physical fitness standards for female students are the same as male students. Everyone works just as hard to succeed. We will provide you with a strong foundation in executive protection training to put you on the road to success in the personal protection industry.















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FEATURED GRADUATE
AGENT CARLA MOLEDA, EPS
LEADERSHIP AWARD RECIPIENT 2015
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WOMEN IN EXECUTIVE PROTECTION
SHOULD THEY BE THERE?
 
By Martha J. Braunig
                                     
Executive Security International
 
Yes, of course. Why not? There are a number of (though not nearly enough) successful female executive protection agents. In Fact, it is puzzling to us at ESI that there are, comparatively, so much fewer females than males in the business. Females have broken through the barriers in law enforcement, firefighting, the military, construction, and other traditional male domains.
 






EP WOMEN-1I think it's important, however, that all prospective agents, both male and female, have a clear, unromantic, reality-based view of executive protection. This is not James Bond. It is not an exotic routine of unmitigated excitement and glamor. It is largely routine, often boring work, with the biggest percentage of time spent doing meticulous detail work. It is long, long hours, with little privacy or concern for personal concerns. It's hell on social life and very tough on marriages, as the assignment or job may take the agent away from home for long periods of time.



















LEADERSHIP AWARD RECIPIENT 2015
AGENT CARLA MOLEDA, EPS
 
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2013 Honor Graduate, Agent Cheryl Ritchie, EPS

The rewards? Good agents make good money and derive a lot of satisfaction from doing a job well. Those agents who are proprietary agents can enjoy a fair amount of autonomy. If the job is finished and he or she wants to take some time off and sit in the sun in Bermuda, this is possible. If the agent works for a corporation, there are (probably) the usual corporate perks, otherwise known as employee benefits. There is a good chance of job tenure. And there is the opportunity to become engaged in some business activities not available in the proprietary arena.

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IAEPA 2014 Honor Graduate, Agent Dawn Lowe, EPS

These are the FACTS! In a male dominated profession, more individuals, corporations and agencies are employing female protection specialists. Which is the reason that female agents are in such high demand throughout the industry. There are still some, but far fewer, barriers to women in executive protection. As a male dominated profession, it has acquired more respect for its female counterparts, which means that the level of professionalism has risen. Successful agents must be well trained, able to multi-task, and able to operate within increasingly sophisticated environments.
 
Good luck!
Martha Braunig, ESI
 


 




 
 


 
 
 

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