EVIP - Executive/VIP Protection & Planning:

06-10 February 2017; Wilmington, North Carolina, USA (EVIP-2017-ILM-01)

12-16 June 2017; Wilmington, North Carolina, USA (EVIP-2017-ILM-02)

23-27 October 2017; Wilmington, North Carolina, USA (EVIP-2017-ILM-03)



The primary objective of the "Executive / VIP Protection & Planning" program is to provide the attendees  with an understanding of how to prevent and lessen the likelihood of a criminal or terrorist attack against themselves, their family, or for those whom they provide protective services . Sophisticated criminal or terrorist attacks are always difficult to detect or predict. They often appear to be committed without any warning or reason by individuals who just happen to act on a target of opportunity. In reality, quite often these acts of terrorism or criminal activity are well planned. They are more often carried out by intelligent, calculating individuals. They may be committed to a cause and strongly believe the use of violence or kidnapping is morally justified to accomplish their goals. They may target a business or government representative for monetary gain or simply due to the citizenship that the individual holds.

This forty hour program is designed to inform professional Supervisory Personal Protection personnel, and individuals who due to their position, financial status, life style or popularity may become targets of terrorist or criminal elements. Attendees will become familiar with how these groups select their targets. The planning and preparation of their attacks will also be discussed. Participants who provide protection will learn what is expected of them to protect their clients. Executives/VIP's will learn how to protect and increase the security awareness for themselves, their businesses, and families. Recognizing surveillance / targeting techniques and what action to take if you suspect you or your business may be a target will also be addressed.



The purpose of the "Executive / VIP Protection & Planning" program is to train attendees to ensure that they can apply a standard level of adequate and timely Life Safety and Personal Protection, Security Policies and Procedures within Executive / VIP Protection environments.

Upon completion, a Mounted Certificate is awarded in "Executive / VIP Protection & Planning".



This informative five day course is designed for supervisory personnel charged with protection responsibilities such as Military Close Quarter detailees, Law Enforcement Team Leaders and Personal Protection Detail Supervisors. Government Officials, Corporate Executives, High Profile Persons, High Risk Personnel and their families who are likely targets of terrorist or criminal elements should also attend. It will assist them in assessing their vulnerabilities and taking immediate action to lower their visibility profiles thus limiting their risk. Executive/VIP's who travel frequently throughout the US or overseas and wish to reduce the likelihood of becoming a target should attend. The law enforcement officer, protection specialist, business leader, popular personality or government employee who wishes to increase his/her business and families' safety should also attend this course. They should also strongly consider having adult family members attend the course with them.



Continuing Education Units (CEU's) are nationally recognized units in qualified programs which allow the participant to document all non credited work completed. CEUs may be used as evidence of increased performance capabilities and for job advancement. They are recognized by many professional organizations and companies.




Documentation of attendance at these programs may be submitted to the ASIS Professional Certification Board for consideration of recertification credit by qualified Personal protection Specialist.





This  "Executive / VIP Protection & Planning"  program has been reviewed and is "Approved by the North Carolina Private Protective Services Board". This Board regulates and licenses all Private Investigative, Security, & Counterintelligence activity within the State.





G. F. Bryant Jr.; CMAS, CHS-V; is the Founder and Executive Director of the World Institute for Security Enhancement and is a member of the Electronic Crime Task Force with the Miami Division of the U. S. Secret Service.  He has been granted a Certified Master Anti-Terrorism Specialist (CMAS) designation by the Anti-Terrorism Certification Board (ATAB) of the International Society of Anti-terrorism Professionals and is Chairman of it's International Standing Committee for Homeland Security.  He is Certified in Homeland Security at Level-V (CHS-V), the highest designation granted to Homeland Security professionals by the American Board for Certification in Homeland Security. 

Mr. Bryant is an internationally recognized Physical, Operational and Technical Security Analyst, Contingency Planner and Educator with more than twenty five years of combined experience in physical & operational security, and investigation technologies. He founded The Bryant Group to provide threat assessment, risk analysis and systems integration after serving several years as the primary technician for a governmental law enforcement agency. He teaches and consults internationally on state-of-the-art equipment, techniques, and operational procedures to managers, technicians and other security & loss prevention professionals in both government and private industry that include numerous Fortune 500 companies. The originator and developer of extensive technical, operational and managerial security & life safety programs at the university level, Mr. Bryant is active in the design, application, installation and field maintenance of Integrated Facilities Protection Systems utilizing the Total Facilities Management approach. He is a frequent speaker at international conferences and exhibitions and his articles regularly appear in various security industry publications. Mr. Bryant is an active contributor to new product development projects for many international manufactures.

Mr. Bryant served as Chairperson of a Chapter of the American Society for Industrial Security (ASIS) International and is a Charter Member of a Chapter of the High Technology Crime Investigation Association (HTCIA). He is a member of the South East Florida Chapter of the Association of Contingency Planners (ACP) and served on Committee F-12 on Security Systems & Equipment of the American Society for Test & Material (ASTM).  Mr. Bryant contributed to a monthly column on Systems Integration in Access Control & Security Systems Integration magazine and was the Technical Editor of International Corporate Security, a magazine published in the United Kingdom. He has been appointed to the advisory boards of Defense & Security Electronics, CCTV Applications & Technology, Access Control & Security Systems Integration, Security Technology & Design and Southeast Asia Fire & Security magazines.

Mr. Bryant�s new book, �Countering Terrorism & the Asset Threat Spectrum � Determining the Root Issues & Causal Effects of Terrorism and the Geo-Economic and Geo-Political Impact or Consequences of Countering Terrorism�, is due for publication from Auerbach Publications/CRC Press in  2012.


Henry D. Infante;  is the Director of Operations at the World Institute for Security Enhancement, Vice President of Operations with the Bryant Group and Director of Special Operations for Triangle Risk Management. Developer of Anti Terror Combatives, he is a Supervisory Close Quarters Operative and is an Senior Instructor in Executive/VIP Protection & Planning, Dignitary Protection & Operational Planning and Non Violent Crises Intervention procedures and techniques to governments, businesses and individuals worldwide. Mr. Infante has been a Personal Protection Specialist for numerous celebrities and political figures. He has supervised training for and participated in Special Operations details outside of the United States. Mr. Infante has provided a variety of security services from the 1996 Atlanta Olympics to the 2003 Gold Cup Soccer Games in Miami. Some of his clients have included Donald Trump, Madonna, Versace, Sylvester Stallone, Gloria Estefan and other high profile personalities.

Mr. Infante has over 20 years experience training in the Martial Arts. He has earned a �Black Belt� in several disciplines of martial arts and has attained the rank of 6th Degree Black Belt (Rokudan) in Ninjutsu and th Degree Black Belt (dan) in Japanese Jujitsu. He has also achieved ranking status (Black Belt or higher) In several systems including: Bujinkan Budo Taijutsu, Aikido, Jujutsu, and Judo. Shidoshi Infante has studied other systems of Martial Arts including Bagua Reylson Gracie Jiu Jitsu, Arnis, Kali stick fighting, and is currently a student on Indonesian Pencak Silat Pertempuran (Combat Silat) as well as Kuntao Silat. Mr. Infante achieved the title of Shidoshi (Certified Instructor) in 2004 from Soke Masaaki Hatsumi (34th Grandmaster of the Togakure Ryu Ninja Tradition) and continues making yearly trips to Japan and Europe to sharpen his skills.

Mr. Infante was the Assistant Editor and the author of a security column in the Latin Club of America�s magazine �Negosios en Marcha�. He is a frequent speaker on various security related topics.


M. Gregory Scott, B.S.;  is the Director of International Investigations at the World Institute for Security Enhancement and is currently Chairman of the Board of the World Association of Detectives (WAD). Prior to founding Scott & Associates Investigations, Inc. and Asia America Investigations, Mr. Scott was licensed as an Investigator/Adjuster with a number of national insurance providers. He has more than twenty years of hands-on experience licensed in Private Investigations and associated disciplines which have taken him to over fifty countries and forty-seven states. Such cases have included Executive/VIP Protection, Civil Liability, Murder, Arson, Sexual Assault, Missing Persons, Kidnapping, Recovery of Missing and Kidnapped Children, Bank Robbery, Extortion, Fraud, Executive Domestic Resolution, Government & Corporate Espionage and Electronic Eavesdropping CounterMeasures. He specializes in investigations in the USA, Asia, Africa, and Latin, Central, and South America from his offices in the United States of America and in Thailand, Southeast Asia.

Mr Scott was nominated by the Speaker of the House of Representatives and twice appointed by the North Carolina House and Senate to serve on the North Carolina Private Protective Services Board. This Board regulates and licenses all legal Private Investigative, Security, and Counter Intelligence activity within the State. Mr. Scott served as Vice Chairperson of the Private Protective Services Board and was elected by the Board as the North Carolina representative to the International Association of Security and Investigative Regulators (IASIR). Mr. Scott was elected to the IASIR Board as the Private Investigative Industry Representative.

Mr. Scott was the Founding President of the North Carolina Association of Private Investigators (NCAPI). He is an active member and during 2008-2009 served as President of the World Association of Detectives . Mr. Scott is also a member of the American Society for Industrial Security (ASIS), the Association of Special Operations Professionals (ASOP), the International Counter-Terrorism & Security Association (CT/S), the National Council of Investigation and Security Services, and others.


Additional instruction may be provided by other faculty members, which might include:


Victor Coffin;  is the Manager of Special Operations and a member of the faculty at the World Institute for Security Enhancement. He is also a technical and special operations consultant for Bryant & Associates. His extensive experience in special operations, obtained while attached to Force Reconnaissance in the United States Marine Corps, allow him to provide vital technical, strategic, and tactical operational skills to corporate & governmental agencies in the U. S. and abroad. He presently studies, practices and teaches Okinawa Kenpo Karate, and Kobudo (Weaponry), having achieved the rank of Hachi-Dan (Eighth Degree Black Belt) in martial arts. Mr. Coffin is an expert in hand weapons and self defense techniques and for more than twenty years, has instructed military and law enforcement personnel in self defense tactics and in Special Weapons and Tactics (SWAT).

Juan Franceschi, is a member of the Faculty at the World Institute for Security Enhancement with more than twenty five (25) years of combined military (Special Forces) and civilian sector experience. Mr. Franceschi began his career in the United States Army, where he served as an Operations Sergeant for various Special Operations Detachments worldwide. He was certified as a senior instructor, capable of teaching in both English and Spanish. Mr. Franceschi has provided security for government and companies in high risk areas throughout the world. As a native of the Spanish language, he is extremely knowledgeable of both Western and Eastern European, as well as Central and South American regions, cultures and environments. Mr. Franceschi is a skilled communicator and can easily build rapport with the native population or executive level officials. He has gained respect and established excellent working relationships with junior and senior officials worldwide, able to maintain a low profile and is capable of adapting, improvising, and overcoming any situation.

Mr. Franceschi has trained and advised in foreign counties actively engaged in counter-narcotics operations, ground tactics and counter guerrilla operations which enhanced overall security and facilitated successful mission accomplishment. While attached to the U. S. Drug Enforcement Agency in Latin America, he trained and advised foreign forces actively engaged in counter narcotics operations. He has provided intelligence and developed programs of instruction for drug interdiction efforts and tactical operations. Hands on experience in Hostage Rescue Teams (HRT), Close Quarters Battle (CQB), and Executive Protection (EP), (SAFARTEC). Mr. Franceschi has directed the planning, formulation and implementation of comprehensive risk management programs. He has also been responsible for the development, planning, coordination and implementation of numerous classified policies for the successful completion of missions.

Mr. Franceschi was responsible for the development, training and supervision of a group of Psychologists and examiners in the art of "lie detection" with the use of the latest polygraph instruments and voice stress analysis.

Mr. Franceshi has been responsible for the development and implementation of numerous policies for the logistical management and support, doctrine and training on related courses within the security field, executive protection training and driving. He has been responsible for sales, and marketing for an organization worldwide with sales over 1.7 million dollars in direct contracts within a two-year period.


Ron Montgomery;  is the Director of Special Operations at the World Institute for Security Enhancement. He is a former U. S. Navy SEAL, Chief Warrant Officer, with more than 25 years experience in operations and administration. Much of his experience was gained as the tactics officer/operative of the Navy SEAL Anti-Terrorism unit, Naval Security Coordination Team, better known as "REDCELL". While a member of "REDCELL" Mr. Montgomery provided oversight and instructed security workshops in force protection, anti-terrorism, improvised explosive device recognition, vehicle search procedures and emergency command post procedures at Naval facilities worldwide. As the supervisor of the asset recovery training he instructed foreign military personnel in the recovery of high value off shore structures, i.e., gas & oil platforms. He brings continuity and focus to Force Protection, Anti-Terrorism, Physical and Personnel Security Issues.

As a Security Consultant for the Presidential Security Task Force, Mr. Montgomery has conducted security training for PSTF personnel on security awareness and anti-terrorism. Mr. Montgomery has recently completed a Threat Analysis and Vulnerability Analysis of Government buildings within the State of Vermont and three mid-Atlantic military bases. The Vermont State project totaled 78 individual buildings located in various communities across the state. These were a miscellany of facilities including the Capital, Supreme Court, Governors' office, Attorney Generals' building, a correctional facility and Heath Department laboratories. All data supported an interim and final report suitable for budget briefings and final recommendations on risk mitigation.

Mr. Montgomery was a Security Enhancement Training Instructor (SET) for Department Of Defense personnel at the Defense Logistics Agency He co-authored a break contact and evade curriculum stressing personal survival skills needed for novice travelers and ranking members of the DLA in hostile locations. It encompassed training in lodging & work place security, urban/rural survival, anti-terrorism, weapons training, personal vehicle search procedures, convoy procedures, and improvised explosive device recognition. He has lectured at the U. S. Merchant Marine Academy and at COPEX trade shows on Maritime Security, Shipboard anti-terrorism and emergency command post procedures.


Phillip A. Parker, M.A.;  is a member of the Advisory Board at the World Institute for Security Enhancement. He is a former special agent with the Federal Bureau of Investigation. He retired as Deputy Assistant Director for Operations of the Intelligence Division, directing all counterintelligence and counter espionage investigations and operations in the United States. He has been the U.S. representative to the NATO Security Committee in Brussels and an F.B.I. representative to several INTERPOL conferences. In 1987 Mr. Parker was awarded the National Intelligence Distinguished Service Medal for exemplary accomplishments while serving as Deputy Assistant Director. He testified before and was quoted by the Stillwell Commission.

Mr. Parker presently provides investigative and security consulting through Phillip A. Parker and Associates LTD. and in association with the Bryant Group. He possesses a Bachelors Degree from Old Dominion University and a Masters Degree from Indiana University. He is also a graduate of the National War College. Mr. Parker's security services include protection from industrial espionage, protection of classified or proprietary information, crisis management, security surveys and as an expert witness.

Mr. Parker is a member of the Society of Former Special Agents of the FBI, the Association of Former Intelligence Officers and the American Society for Industrial Security.


Rocco Procopio, M.S., CMAS, CIPS, CESP, SSO, CSO, CIMT, FPSO;  Is the Chief Security Officer (CSO) at the World Institute for Security Enhancement.  He has more than twenty years of counter-terrorist and security management experience in support if international Department of Defense initiatives. He has a Masters of Science degree in International Relations and is a member of the Faculty at the World Institute for Security Enhancement. His technical expertise includes conducting vulnerability assessments, weapons effects predictions, and counter proliferation of Weapons of Mass Destruction (WMD). He has significant experience estimating and analyzing the effects of conventional weapons and the terrorist methodology utilized against strategic infrastructure and industrial systems, sub-systems and components. While assigned to various Special Operations organizations, Mr. Procopio was formally educated in advance counter-terrorism tactics and procedures involving security enhancements and terrorist countermeasures. He was instrumental in developing threat awareness programs to assist and advise ranking members of the Executive Branch on deliberate explosive attacks against individual, stationary, and motorcade personnel. He aided in the development and implementation of Diplomatic and Executive VIP protection plans designed to reduce individual vulnerability to terrorist attacks overseas. As a member of the United States Army Special Forces, Mr. Procopio was involved in conducting numerous vulnerability assessments on various "high Threat" U.S. Diplomatic posts worldwide. His specific responsibilities included providing threat analysis and physical security assistance to U.S. Department of State personnel and host country protection forces. He also provided the Department of State with detailed facility improvement recommendations and crises management training in response to terrorist threats or actions.

Mr. Procopio has co-authored numerous technical field reports relating to blast overpressures and structural response. He is a member of the American Society for Industrial Security.


Frank Sciacca Jr,  is a member of the faculty at the World Institute for Security Enhancement and is an Operational Supervisor with the Bryant Group. He is a graduate of the Executive Protection Institute with more than fifteen years of experience pertaining to Investigations, Undercover Assignments, Dignitary/Executive Protection, High Risk/Event Security, Facility/Estate Protection, Specialty Item Transportation, Physical Security Measures/Deterrent Systems, and Protection Training. In April, 2006, Mr. Sciacca published the critically acclaimed Executive Protection book entitled "Bodyguard Principles". His specific protection experience includes the coordination & liaison of major events, the full range of protection & investigative assignments as Agent In Charge (AIC) including all arrangements for lodging, transportation, coordinating events and medical concerns. Additional areas of responsibility included performing explosive & chemical detection searches in vehicles & packages, as well as, Investigation & personal protection services for dignitaries, corporate executives, traveling personnel and entertainers. Personal protection services were also supplied to civilians in fear of an established threat by stalkers and/or possible kidnapping attempts.

Currently, Mr. Sciacca provides instructional courses in the following areas: Assassination and Kidnapping Awareness Training, Auto Deterrent Tactics/Carjacking Defense Training, Chauffeur/Driver Defensive Measures, Close Quarter Combat (CQC), Contract Writing/Business Ethics/Budgeting, Dignitary/Executive Principle Protection & Operational Planning, Basic Electronics & Electrical Theory, Investigation / Surveillance Information / Intelligence gathering methods, Interviewing & Interrogation Tactics, Leadership Management & Third Party Coordination, Location & Area Search Training, Non-Lethal Instruments & Theory, Personal Safety Awareness, Shields-Defense Training for Traveling Personnel, Sidearm Deterrent Defenses, Sidearm Weapons Defenses and Tactics, Suspicious Package Inspection, Terrorism Introduction / Research Methods, Threat Assessment Methods on persons & locations, and Vehicle Search & Inspection.

Mr. Sciacca has achieved the rank of Black Belt (Nidan, 2nd degree) in the martial art of Ninjutsu, and Black Belt (Yondan, 4th degree) in Jujitsu having spent 27 years training. He has also instructed close quarter combat and weapons retentions to multiple law enforcement agencies and private sector security.

Mr. Sciacca  has been a Guest Speaker for numerous radio stations throughout North America on the topics of terrorism and personal protection.



EVIP - Executive/VIP Protection & Planning





        Introduction To Terrorism
             Define Terrorism
             Perspective of Terrorism
             Typology of Terrorism
             Motivations of Groups
             Common Goals
             Common Characteristics
                 Organizational Techniques & Structure
             Common Acts
             Methods of Attack
             Causes of Assassination
        Determining the Threat
             The Threat Today
             Assessing Personal Vulnerabilities
        Kidnapping Prevention & Hostage Survival
             Reasons for Hostage Taking
             Categories of Hostage Takers
             Stockholm Syndrome
             Personal Contingency Planning
             Actions During Capture
             Adjusting to Captivity
             Actions When Rescued or Released
             Cooperating With Authorities



        Individual Protective Measures
        Lowering Your Profile
        Residential Security
        Hotel Security
        Workplace Security
        Family Security
        Vehicle Security
        Motorcade Travel
        Commercial Travel
        Traveling Abroad
        Introduction to Counter-Surveillance
             What is it?
             Who Does it?
             How is it Done?
             How to Detect Surveillance?
             How to React to Recognized Surveillance?
        Route Reconnaissance



        Principles of Protection
        Protective Security Teams
        Protectee Briefing Points
        Purpose of Protection Detail
        Concentric Rings of Security
        Duties & Responsibilities
        Organizational Concept
        Agent in Charge Responsibilities
        Shift Leader Responsibilities
        Advance Procedures
        Planning/ Policy
        Site Approach Considerations
        External Considerations
        Internal Considerations
        Security Considerations
        Office Buildings
        Ballrooms & Auditoriums
        Television & Radio Stations
        Motorcades & Routes
        Site Survey
        Overseas Advances
        Intelligence Support
        Technical Security Support
        Fire Departments
        EOD Checks
        Hasty Advances
        Crowd Management



         Communications & Command Post Operations
             Radio Communications
             Command Post Requirements
             Administrative Supplies
             Log Books/Records
         Dealing with Confrontations
              Violence in the Workplace
              Dealing with the Media
        Bomb Threats & Recognition
             Types of Bombs
             Safety Precautions
             Bomb Threat Planning
             Bomb Search



       Open Hand Tactics

        Use of Weapons
             Chemical Weapons   

             Impact Weapons 

             Edge Weapons        

         Legal Considerations

         Information Resources
             Statistical Data
             Audio Visual Aids
             Equipment Sources
             Case Studies





Day 1

08:00 AM

Registration & Check-in                                        


Training Site                                                             


08:30 AM


Welcome & Introduction

G. F. Bryant, Jr.,
Executive Director
World Institute for Security Enhancement

Each Day

Seminar  Format

08:00 - 12:00

Lecture / Discussion
12:00 Noon Lunch
13:00 - 17:00 PM Lecture / Discussion
17:00 PM Adjourn


The above timetable approximates the schedule for this course.

Instructors may choose to vary the program and any changes will be announced.



General Information:


World Institute for Security Enhancement courses are provided at our training sites across the United States and throughout the World. Most Open Session Courses  have been reviewed and are "Approved by the North Carolina Private Protective Services Board".  This Board regulates and licenses all Private investigative, Security and Counterintelligence activity within the State of North Carolina.

ENROLLMENT:  Classroom space is limited. Please reserve your place now!  Complete and mail the attached registration form or call the Institute directly at +1.702.722.7779 for information on class quotas.

COURSE FEE:  $1,450.00 (USD)

$2,950.00 (SGD) All Course Offerings Outside of the Americas


FEE INCLUDES:  The course registration fee includes a attendee Reference Manual, Program Materials, a Mounted Certificate, and Daily Refreshments for most programs held at our United States training sites. 


PAYMENT:  Payment in U. S. dollars is required with your registration form and must be received at least thirty (30) days prior to the beginning of the Class. Payment not received on time will automatically be placed in the next scheduled class.  Payment by Credit Card, Check or Money Order drawn on a U. S. Bank, in U. S. Dollars (USD), are accepted. Purchase orders or Training Requisition Forms Do Not constitute payment. Bank Transfers are Not accepted.


MEALS:  Lunches will not be provided.


DRESS:  Business casual is the recommended daily attire.


REFUNDS / CANCELLATIONS: The Institute reserves the right to amend any program should circumstances warrant such action. In the event of course postponement or cancellation, the Institute will reschedule the course, or apply the fee payment to any other program offered in the next twelve months. Liability for course cancellation is specifically limited to the amount of prepaid course fees and excludes any incidental or consequential damages. Attendees must confirm cancellations or substitutions, in writing, at least THIRTY (30) days prior to the initial class date. There will be a 10% administrative fee for a cancellation or substitution. Otherwise, fees are not refundable but may be transferred to another program of your choosing.


LODGING:  Lodging is NOT included. Each attendee is responsible for their own travel arrangements and lodging costs. Please make your room reservation at least three weeks prior to the initial class date.


     ORLANDO:  Arrangements have been made with local hotels in the Orlando area. Negotiated Institute rates have been established. A listing of hotels in the Orlando area will be provided with your registration package.

Best Western, Lakeside Orlando


    WILMINGTON:  Arrangements have been made with the Best Western Coastline Inn. Negotiated Institute rates have been established. A listing of additional hotels in the Wilmington Metropolitan area will be provided with your registration package.  

Best Western, Coastline Inn


     BOSTON:  Arrangements have been made with local hotels in the Boston area. Negotiated Institute rates have been established. A listing of hotels in the Boston area will be provided with your registration package.   

Best Western, Adams Inn


     LAS VEGAS:  Arrangements have been made with local hotels in the Las Vegas area. Negotiated Institute rates have been established. A listing of hotels in the Las Vegas area will be provided with your registration package.

Best Western, McCarran Inn


     SINGAPORE:  Arrangements have been made with local hotels in Singapore. Negotiated Institute rates have been established. A listing of hotels in Singapore will be provided with your registration package.

Orchard Parade Hotel


GROUND TRANSPORTATION:  Transportation is NOT included. For a fee, transportation is available from the Airport to your Hotel. Transportation is not provided to the Institute training site daily. Each participant is responsible for their own daily local ground transportation to the Institute Training Site.


      ORLANDO:  A complimentary Hotel shuttle may be available from the Orlando (MCO) International Airport. Transportation is not provided to the Institute training site daily. Each participant is responsible for their own daily local ground transportation to the Institute training site.  


     WILMINGTON:  For a fee, transportation is available from the Wilmington (ILM) International Airport. Transportation is not provided to the Institute training site daily. Each participant is responsible for their own daily local ground transportation to the Institute training site.


      BOSTON:  A complimentary Hotel shuttle may be available from the Boston (BOS) and Providence (PVD) International Airports. Transportation is not provided to the Institute training site daily. Each participant is responsible for their own daily local ground transportation to the Institute training site.


       LAS VEGAS:  A complimentary Hotel shuttle may be available from the Las Vegas (LAS) International Airport. Transportation is not provided to the Institute training site daily. Each participant is responsible for their own daily local ground transportation to the Institute training site. 


     SINGAPORE:  For a fee, transportation is available from the Singapore (SG) International Airport. Transportation is not provided to the Institute training site daily. Each participant is responsible for their own daily local ground transportation to the Institute training site. 


INSTRUCTION:  While every effort is made to assure that scheduled instructors, equipment and training materials are present, unforeseen circumstances may occur. Therefore, the Institute reserves the right to substitute personnel and curriculum as required.




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