According to the Chief Executive Officer of the firm, Patrick M. Pius Blama, the training will be conducted by security experts and some trainers from the Liberia National Police.
Mr. Blama said that the successful candidates will be certificated after going through the recruitment, and will be immediately awarded a two year employment contract with better conditions of service.
Mr. Blama said that the recruits are Liberian nationals who will be trained in self-defense, VIP protection, security relationship with police, the concept of citizen arrest, the use of basic security accessories, report writing, duties and responsibilities of private security, ethnical code of conduct, observation, description and identification of person, vicinity protection, manpower deployment, and infantry, as well as protecting an organization's asset.
Mr. Blama said that the officers will be trained in conducting thorough inspections and the search for various types of narcotics, with the use of modern technologies while dealing with smugglers.
Mr. Blama pointed out that the training which will be conducted Monday, Wednesday and Friday, with focus placed on detecting, observing, and reporting, to strengthen safety, security and risk management.
He cautioned that Liberians should not expect the government to provide jobs for everyone, but citizens that are well-to-do should create institutions like his and employ fellow Liberians to reduce the rate of unemployment.
“Government is not everything, we as Liberians can provide the opportunity for our compatriots to get employment, and I have been in this vanguard of empowering Liberians for many years. I enjoy doing it,” he said.
The local security agency is based in Paynesville Joe Bar, adjacent the Liberia Electricity Cooperation sub-office.
The firm is among the best in Liberia with an appreciable salary system and benefits for employees.