ProQual Level 6 Diploma in Hostile Environment Operations & Close Quarter Battle

COURSE INFORMATION

The combination of the instructors’ experience with training methods makes this a program like no other. You will be trained by former UK Special Forces and Intelligence instructors who will mentor you through the program and if you are a student with exceptional performance there is potential for UCP staff to assist with employment opportunity.
The Level 6 Diploma in Hostile Environment Operations – Close Quarter Battle (CQB) is aimed at personnel deploying within a complex/hostile environment. The qualification demonstrates that an individual has achieved knowledge, understanding and skills which contribute to their safety and survival when operating in a complex/hostile environment. The awarding organisation for the qualification is ProQual Awarding Body and the regulatory body is the Office of Qualifications and Examinations Regulation (Ofqual). The qualification has been accredited onto the Regulated Qualification Framework (RQF)
, ProQual Level 6 Diploma in Hostile Environment Operations & Close Quarter Battle – Live
, ProQual Level 6 Diploma in Hostile Environment Operations & Close Quarter Battle – Live
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Entry requirements

Candidates must be aged 18+.

Candidates must have good command of English language(reading & writing)

KEY WORDS

  • High Risk Protection
  • Hostile Environment
  • Close Protection Operative (HECPO)
  • Casualty Medical Evacuation
  • Personal Security Detail (PSD)
  • Private Military Contractor (PMC)
  • Tactical Shooter Program
  • Anti-Ambush Drills
  • Force on Force
  • Close Quarter Battle (CQB)
  • Job Opportunities

Qualification Structure

Candidates must complete the Mandatory unit.
, ProQual Level 6 Diploma in Hostile Environment Operations & Close Quarter Battle – Live

Minimum Required Kit List

  • Casual Jeans or Dockers; gym clothing
  • Laptop with Microsoft word and power point,
  • USB memory stick with 10 GB max
  • Pencil and pen, eraser
  • Tactical Belt
  • Tactical Boots
  • Tactical Pants and shirt
  • Holster for Glock 17/19
  • Ear defenders
  • Knee pads
  • Chest rig
  • Ballistic glasses

WHAT’S INCLUDED:

  • instructor
  • Training equipment
  • Exams
  • Awards
  • Classroom
  • Range (where applicable)
  • Ammo (where applicable)
  • Kitchen with microwave and Fridge
  • WHAT IS NOT INCLUDED:

  • Accommodation (where applicable)
  • Food and beverages
  • Flights (where applicable)
  • Airport Transfers (where applicable)
  • Safety Glasses (where applicable)
  • Ear Defenders (where applicable)
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  • Course Length

    15 DAYS

    Award

    ProQual Level 6 Diploma in Hostile Environment Operations & Close Quarter Battle

    Course Cost

    £6120

    Location

    USA, UK, Lebanon and Thailand

    date

    Course Dates

    Any time of the month

    Assessments

    The unit requires the assessment of knowledge, understanding and skills which can be demonstrated during a rigorous training programme undertaken in a purpose-built training environment.
    There must be valid, authentic and sufficient evidence for all the assessment criteria. However, one piece of evidence may be used to meet the requirements of more than one learning outcome or assessment criterion.

    Skill Prerequisites

    • ProQual Level 6 Diploma in Hostile Environment Operations
    • PSC (Private Security Contractor) PSD
    • UCP  Hostile
    • Level 1,2 CQB
    • Or Equivalent with Instructor’s Approval
     

    *All prerequisite awards should not be expired
    so please check the expiry date before applying
    *All Candidates should have a reasonable level
    of personal fitness

    QUALIFICATION STRUCTURE

    Unit M/617/0755
    Engaging in Close Quarter Battle in a Hostile Environment

    Learning outcomes are listed below, full details about the Assessment Criteria are provided
    to approved ProQual centres

    1. Competently operate within a close quarter battle team in hostile environments

    1.1 Demonstrate a range of room and building entry techniques, including:

        • through doorways
        • when outside the room
        • where furniture may be lining walls
        • where there may be concealed threats
        • in large rooms, halls and hangars with/without barricades
        • when moving down a hallway
        • when rappelling

    1.2 Assess the threats and risks of the different entry types and techniques
    1.3 Assess the advantages and disadvantages of the different entry techniques
    1.4 Communicate effectively with all team members
    1.5 Demonstrate a range of saturation techniques involving:

        • stacked rooms
        • up/down stairways
        • forms of transportation
        • forced entry
        • breaching
        • explosive charges
    1.6 Assess the threats and risks of the different saturation techniques
    1.7 Use rappelling techniques
    1.8 Communicate effectively with all team members
    2. Be competent within a close quarter battle team to regain a building in a hostile environment
    2.1 Engage appropriate entry and saturation techniques to regain a building
    2.2 Communicate effectively with all team members
    3. Be competent within a close quarter battle team to regain a subject in a hostile environment
    3.1 Engage appropriate entry and saturation techniques to regain a subject from a room or building
    3.2 Communicate effectively with all team members