Our training academy offers different courses for different qualifications and skills. Some of the courses just involves as a vocational skills and some of the just military. We can tailor the course for the client’s demand and expectation.

Firearms Competency Training Courses

This course is designed for both beginners and experienced shooters.The main objective of the course is to develop sus- tainable basic skills in handling handguns, rifles, shotguns, safety measures.

Urban Tactical Combat Course

Our quite popular course involves students with no experience to professionals. The programme includes counter terror measurements, interrogation and intelli- gence techniques, tactical shooting, TCCC and military fitness. Programme will develop by the group level.

VIP Close Protection in High Risk Areas Course

The course is designed for employees of companies which provide services for the V.I.P close protection in risky areas such as war zone, terror spread areas and hostile environment. The main purpose of this course is to improve the skills of employees in the firearms training, first aid, communication, awareness as well as the use of weapons in stress situations.

Designated Defensive Marksman – DDM Course

The main objective of this rare and unique training is to familia- rize students with all work aspects and responsibilities of the Designated Defence Marksman inside a protective team at the elevated risk. This training includes both ABC of precision shooting and advanced defensive drills during field mission. The training is very intensive and requires from participants both discipline and good understanding of team work during high risk security operations.

Private Military Contractor Course

The main goal of the training is to train military / law enforcement and security guards for security operations in hostile environments. Trainings provide the most realistic scenarios and allow its participants to get acquainted with various types of weapons or equipment indispensable to high-risk count- ries. After completing the course, students receive qualifications and skills in accor- dance with best international practices.

Tactical Combat Casualty Care – TCCC Course

The main purpose of this course is to prepare trainees to be able to provide first aid on tactical operations and to prevent fatal casualties in any tactical or combat situations on the battlegrounds.

Military Fitness / Close Quarter Combat – CQC Course

Combat training for security professionals, military and police is a must. Our professional instructors use a mix of British Military Fitness style, Krav Maga and Marine Close Quarter Combat to give the best quality in training. Increasıng awareness using threat recognition, colour codes of awareness & management of the reptilian brain by setting physical & emotional boundaries. Setting goals like realistic physical techniques designed to work in stressful situations to help you escape, buy time or get help or get to a safer position.

Counter Terrorism Measures Course

Designed to investigate the growth of the phenomena, its political context and most importantly, to provide a thorough examination of the counter-terrorism measures. The programme assesses terrorism events and issues of the 20th and 21st centuries and analyses the increasing ‘securitisation’ of social life. It connects the conceptual ba- sis of academic study to practical issues facing the interna- tional community and considers emerging terrorism threats and issues pertaining to counter-terrorism, law enforcement, government agencies and the private sector.

Hazardous Environment Awareness Training – HEAT Course

The HEAT course is to prepare participants to understand and react to safety and security incidents in hostile or hazardous environments. The course is designed for participants with a wide range of backgrounds and occupations, and with hostile environment experience ranging from none to significant. Participants will be trained to recognize and mitigate poten- tial threats and respond appropriately to various safety and security incidents. During the HEAT course you will learn techniques on how to “take control of chaos” through classroom sessions and practical exercises.

Criminal Profiling, Biometrics Strategy Course

Forensic science is a vital instrument for the detection or investigation of crime and the administration of justice, providing crucial information about the evidence found at crime scene, it is especi- ally important that the training and educa- tion of forensic scientists provide a solid scientific background and a broad base in criminalistics. Forensic psychologists are often depicted as criminal profilers who are able to almost psychically de- duce a killer’s next move. The field has witnessed dramatic growth in recent years and there is a big demand for this programme. This course is for intelligence officers , military, police and security workers.

SIA Close Protection Course Level 3:


Obtaining a Close Protection qualification is the first step towards obtaining an SIA Licence to work as a Close Protection Officer (CPO). If you are looking to work as a bodyguard, this is the right course for you. Being a Close Protection Officer can be extre- mely demanding and requires in-depth knowledge and training. This means the Close Protection training course covers a broad range of skills, from threat assessment, operational planning and recon- naissance, to vehicle techniques, search procedures and close protection teamwork

SIA CCTV Course Level 2:


This course is a legal requirement to obtain the SIA CCTV Licence which enables you to work as a CCTV ope- rator. CCTV Operators usually work in a control room which is connected to a wide array of camera footage. Employers typically include security companies, medium-large corporations, local councils. According to the British Security Industry Authority (BSIA), the UK has an estimated 6 million CCTV cameras. Behind these cameras are CCTV Operators viewing and observing footage and images to keep property and the public safe. Obtaining the level 2 CCTV Training qualification is the first step towards obtaining an SIA Licence. If you want to work as a CCTV operator, this course is correct address for you. Evaluation, operational planning and reconnaissance, vehicle techniques, search procedures and close we provide training in many areas such as protection teamwork.

SIA Door Supervision Course Level 2:


The Door Supervisor Training Course is required to obtain your SIA Door Supervisor Licence. This allows you to work in the private security industry as a Door Supervisor or Security Officer. Door Supervisors usually work at licenced premises but can work in a wide variety of roles including static guarding, manned guarding, key holding etc. With the SIA Door Supervisor Licence you can work in bars, clubs, pubs, restaurants, warehouses, retail outlets, shops, shopping centres, office buildings and many other places. We highly recommend the SIA Door Supervisor Training Course over the SIA Security Guarding Training Course. While a Licensed Door Supervisor can work as a Security Guard, a licensed Security Guard is unable to work as a Door Supervisor. Obtaining the Level 2 Door Supervisor qualification is the first step towards getting an SIA Licence to work in the security industry. If you are looking to work in the Secu- rity industry as a Security Guard or a Door Supervisor, this is the right course for you.

SIA Physical Intervention/Restrictive

Interventions Course:

This training provides learners, working in higher risk en- vironments, with additional skills and knowledge to restrict and control the movement of an individual when necessary, to protect them from harm and to stop them harming others. First, learners must complete training in how to prevent and defuse conflict and deal with challenging behaviour, without the need to use force. Training will then include an appropriate level of restrictive skills based upon the risks and need together with an understanding of relevant law, ethics and medical risks

SIA Security Guards Course:

The Security Guard Course is required if you want to obtain the SIA Security Guarding Licence which allows you to work in the private security industry as a security officer. Security Officers can work in a wide variety of roles including static guarding, manned guarding and key holding. If you are considering this qu- alification, we strongly recommend that you take the SIA Door Supervisor course which qualifies you to work both as a professional Door Supervisor and a Security Guard. It is important to note that Security Guard licence holders cannot work in licensed premises. We, therefore, recommend doing the SIA Door Supervisor licence course as it is a better invest- ment with more job prospects.

First Aid At Work FAW Level 3 :

The First Aid Training, also known as FAW, is an extensive level 3 training course which is part of obtaining the First Aid at Work Certificate. The course prepares you to provide treatment and handle emergency situations where an indivi- dual falls ill or injures themselves. As part of the training, you will also learn how to operate specialist equipment such as a defibrillator. The severity of many accidents in the workplace can be reduced by the appointment of a qualified nominee who is capable of taking charge if an injury or illness occurs. We be- lieve everyone should learn basic First Aid techniques as they may come in handy at home, at work and beyond.

Fire Safety Level 2:

This is why fire safety training, or fire marshal training as it is also known is not only vital for nominated fire wardens, but also for the entire work place. Apart from being a mandatory legal requirement, Fire Safety Training provides essential knowledge to those in the workplace on what procedures to follow in the event of a fire situation, and how to act accordingly in case of an emergency.

Health and Safety Level 3:

This course is recommended for supervisors, managers, business owners or other employees responsible for implementing the health and safety management system in their business. The course allows learners to understand the requirements of health, safety and welfare; the bene- fits of a health and safety management system; the risks and control measures for common workplace hazards; how to manage the effects of incidents and accidents; and the principles of risk assessment.


Information about your industry’s trade secrets, products, services, finances, marketing strategy and investment objectives is a weapon of modern economic warfare. Competitors can legally gather information about your industry to protect market share, but often this is not enough.

Industrial espionage refers to the illegal and unethical theft of trade secrets to be used by a competitor to gain a competitive advantage. Industrial espionage also includes bribery, blackmail and technological surveillance. It is usually practiced by an insider or by an employee who is hired to steal information and spy on behalf of a competitor.

Industrial espionage can severely damage a company’s reputation and hinder growth opportunities. Industrial espionage is widespread across the high-tech, retail, financial and public sectors, and has become even easier today due to vulnerabilities caused by a lack of investment in cybersecurity.

Venatron Industrial Espionage – Counter Espionage Awareness Program is a hands-on, tactical, comprehensive strategy to detect, identify and deter adversaries that threaten the security of your industry.


The Venatron Operations Security Program is a multi-layered risk assessment process that analyzes your industry’s critical and proprietary information to uncover and identify actions that, when grouped with other data, could be useful to a potential attacker to reduce and eliminate exploitation.

The purpose of the Venatron Operations Security Program is to control observable actions about the industry’s capabilities, boundaries, intentions and activities.

An effective operations security process determines the classification of information, the protection of classified information, the impact if disclosed, and the industry’s posture in the face of the threat.

The Venatron Operations Security Program, prepared to protect the industry’s data, infrastructure and inventory, includes the assessment of critical information, identification of threat types, analysis of vulnerabilities, risk assessment and strategic, tactical sustainable operations security program.


Disaster Recovery is a cloud-based Disaster Recovery system that guarantees business continuity by minimizing information systems interruptions in emergencies that may arise from natural disasters, cyber threats or human errors of corporate companies, organizations.

With the assurance of the Data Center, it ensures that companies or organizations whose backups are taken daily with the assurance of the Data Center, in case of a possible emergency, it prevents losses in the long term by restoring the existing system as soon as possible, regardless of location.

Disaster Recovery service, which starts with analyzing physical and virtual servers, storage devices and network infrastructures, brings advantages such as ensuring business continuity, minimizing data loss, fast recovery, cost effectiveness, scalability and ease of management.


Your industry needs more than monitoring, it needs action. Cyber attacks, like modern warfare, require tight coordination and operational power. For cybersecurity professionals, the battlefield is digital, but the tactics are the same.

In recent years, the frequency and sophistication of cyberattacks has increased exponentially. Critical government and private sector networks are probed and scanned thousands of times every day. Keeping pace with the ever-changing threat landscape requires Cybersecurity Operations experience that can see, monitor, detect, react, and translate into near real-time actionable Cyber Security Operations.

Venatron leads the way in security risk management, security policy development, security threat assessments and incident response to protect government and private sector critical networks as the threat scale of cyber threats to national security and the national economy unfolds.


TSCM (Technical Surveillance Countermeasures) is a set of technical, physical and behavioral measures and safeguards implemented to prevent unauthorized eavesdropping or surveillance of information, activities or communications of a person, an organization or an area.TSCM is especially important in businesses, government agencies, senior officials and other sensitive areas.

In these areas, especially competitors, criminal organizations or foreign espionage and technical surveillance by states activities are quite widespread.TSCM, usually a team of specialists These specialists detect and dispose of technical surveillance equipment in sensitive areas using specialized devices and equipment. In the process, vulnerabilities are also identified and corrected.

TSCM is not only about technical measures. It also includes physical security measures, informed personnel training and appropriate behavioral measures. TSCM is an important component to ensure the security of an organization and its regular implementation is used as a preventive measure against potential threats.


Decision-makers’ unique operational challenges require an error-free task force. Venatron offers holistic, advanced, sustainable C5ISR solutions to maintain the lifecycle of the defense line for decision makers against internal and external cyber-physical threats when it comes to vital security.

C5ISR systems provide command, control, computer, communication, cyber, intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance capabilities for decision makers. These advanced capabilities enable decision makers to manage the risks and mitigate the threats posed by voice, video and data services that may affect devices that are on the internet or connected to the internet in their current organization in line with their missions and objectives.

Providing information superiority and tactical superiority when it comes to operational needs, C5ISR systems play an important role in the deployment and command of emergency technologies in today’s dynamic, operational environment, addressing the changes and challenges that arise as needs evolve in the field.