Condor Ascent #7: PPCT DT Training

Condor Ascent #7: PPCT DT Training

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June 6, 2012

The primary focus of Condor Ascent Issue No.7 is PPCT Management Systems, an internationally recognized authority on research-based non-lethal force subject control, tactical firearms, and officer survival training.  It specializes in training instructors for police, corrections, security, and military academies throughout the world.

Included is a review of PPCT founder Bruce Siddle’s book, “Sharpening the Warrior’s Edge,” by a Condor staff member which provides more insight into the training methodology behind the system.

Condor announces its upcoming Social Commitment Program in partnership with Canadian Blood Services, the “Help to Save Lives Event 2012.”  On August 13th, 2012 from 10:00am to 2:00pm, Condor Employees and members of the community are invited to attend Condor’s office to donate blood aboard a Mobile Blood Clinic provided by Canadian Blood Services.  Visit Condor Security’s Facebook page at www.Facebook.com/CondorSecurity to help spread the message to family and friends and access more information on the event.

Updates and pictures from training courses, including the Tactical Awareness course, the FireSafe course, and the Level 3 course are outlined in the magazine.

More information and updates, such as Employee Recognition, ASIS incentives, the Condor Evolution Program, the Condor Booklist, and more, can be found in Condor Ascent, Issue #7:  “PPCT DT Training.”

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Condor Ascent #6: 2011: A Year in Perspective

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January 1, 2012

The Condor Ascent Issue No.6 reflects on the company’s programs and updates in 2011 and demonstrates an emphasis on quality, training, and its human resources.  The results of the “Help us Feed the Future” Social Commitment Campaign are summarized and resulted in donations of over 215 bags of non-perishable food items and over $1700.00 to the Show Kids You Care charitable organization.

Condor is proud to present yet another addition to its training curriculum, “Fire Safe.”  On April 28th, 2012, course participants of Fire Safe will receive training on the role and relationship between fire services and private security personnel, methods of extinguishing live fires, and operation of building safety equipment. The course will benefit security personnel by increasing their ability to perform under emergency conditions through engaging and challenging drills.

Included in the magazine are additional updates on training courses, including the upgrades to Condor Security’s Level 2 Intermediate Security Training Program, and a follow up to the Tactical Awareness course.

You can find detailed information on the updates and company news in the Condor Ascent, Issue #6:  “A Year in Perspective”.

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Condor Ascent #5: Tactical Awareness

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October 10, 2011

Condor is proud to present another addition to its training curriculum, “Tactical Awareness,” which is a highly important subject for private security and law enforcement personnel.  Recognition and response to threat cues and the skill of articulation are the main focus of this course, serving to increase safety and professionalism in the field.

Click on the link for more information on the new Tactical Awareness course.

Announced is the 2nd partnering with Show Kids You Care, a non-profit charitable organization which helps over 130 000 children across Canada increase their life quality.  Condor Security is assiting SKYC through donation of non-perishable food items, funds, and volunteer time.

Also in this issue is an article written by a Condor Level 3 Guard on her “Ride Along” experience with York Regional Police, employee recognition news, upcoming training, and additional company news.

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Condor Ascent #4: www.CondorSecurity.ca

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August 8, 2011

In this issue the company announces the launch of its new website and new Facebook page.

The new website was designed to help Condor’s clients and employees to find information in a faster, easier, and more enjoyable experience.  As well, in Condor Ascent # 4 the results of the “Helping to Save Lives” event in partnership with Canadian Blood Services are given along with pictures of some participants.  Private security industry articles and news from the Ministry of Community Safety and Correctional Services about upcoming Ontario Security Licence changes are included.

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Condor Ascent #2: Because We Care

January 11, 2011 By Condor’s Team

The “Stuff that Car, Stuff those Tummies 2010” project began in the mind of a Condor Security Level 3 Guard. She envisioned a goal for Condor Employees to bring as much non-perishable food items as possible to their sites for donation to Show Kids You Care. The challenge was to gather enough food to stuff a mobile patrol vehicle, which would visit the sites to pick up the food on New Year’s Eve.

Condor Employees rose to the challenge and donated 36 full bags of food in one night, stuffing the patrol vehicle so much that the driver had to unload some of the items at the office in the middle of the night to make room for more donations.

The food was contributed to a local elementary school’s breakfast and lunch program, which had recently been closed due to a lack of funding.

Thanks to the generosity and effort of Condor’s staff, and the power of an idea turned into action, the school was able to re-open this program and sent a letter of appreciation to Condor Security.

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Condor Ascent #2: Because We Care

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January 11, 2011

The “Stuff that Car, Stuff those Tummies 2010” project began in the mind of a Condor Security Level 3 Guard.  She envisioned a goal for Condor Employees to bring as much non-perishable food items as possible to their sites for donation to Show Kids You Care.  The challenge was to gather enough food to stuff a mobile patrol vehicle, which would visit the sites to pick up the food on New Year’s Eve.

Condor Employees rose to the challenge and donated 36 full bags of food in one night, stuffing the patrol vehicle so much that the driver had to unload some of the items at the office in the middle of the night to make room for more donations.

The food was contributed to a local elementary school’s breakfast and lunch program, which had recently been closed due to a lack of funding.

Thanks to the generosity and effort of Condor’s staff, and the power of an idea turned into action, the school was able to re-open this program and sent a letter of appreciation to Condor Security.

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Condor Ascent #3: Pushing for a Higher Standard

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January 11, 2011

The successful implementation of the international ISO9001:2008 Quality Management System standard is announced.  Condor also announces a partnership with Canadian Blood Services in hosting an annual blood drive.  Security professional John Baillargeon is interviewed on security training and on ASIS as a platform for professional development.

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