Bodyguard Career, Executive Protection Specialist Schools, Training, Jobs, and Education

How to Become a Bodyguard
Law enforcement officers cannot always provide protection to everybody all the time. This is because some of the protections needed by some people are just personal business that taxpayers should not have to pay for. This is more so for people that can afford to pay for it.

Executive protection specialists, as bodyguards are called sometimes, can fill this void and provide the protection needed by these people. It’s a career that calls for the right people.

The following video may help you decide if you are right for this career. There’s nothing like getting the right information before starting a career. Today, we have this kind of information to help us peak into a profession.

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Executive Protection Specialist Salary:
Bodyguard pay can vary quite a bit. Some make $30,000 per year to start. But have seen some that make over $100,000 per year. It all depends on who you’re protecting. Some celebrities pay top dollars to have the best protecting them.

Bodyguard Career School:
There’s no formal education needed to become a bodyguard. But, it does help to have criminal justice training or law enforcement background. There are schools now that offer major in private security, which is what executive protection specialists do.

We know of one such school. The school is Kaplan University. They have all kinds of criminal justice specializations like this. Request their free information by clicking this link.

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