The Covid-19 pandemic has given me the time, and opportunity to reflect on just what being knowledgeable on anything actually means.
Especially in view of all these wild stories, like the 5G towers being switched on is the cause of COVID 19. to Donald Trump on live TV, telling the world that to inject disinfectant will stop the virus dead in its tracks.
Making decisions with the greatest amount of certainty, is something we learn to do over time. In this lesson, we will review how Close Protection Operatives work, with certainty and risk, in order to make informed decisions.
Effective decision-making is an essential skill for every Close Protection Operative, especially those who lead teams. In this lesson, you'll learn about a seven-step process for effective decision-making. You can link this to the earlier lesson about Making Decisions with Certainty.
Effective communication is a necessity in the workplace, especially in our business of providing security services.
Whether spoken or written, there are four elements to effective communication that will help improve the two-way information sharing process and they involve you being clear and concise in delivery of information that is practical as well as being factual and persuasive.
When it comes to protecting others, a thorough understanding of your charge's clinical needs is essential for every successful Close Protection Operative.
With easy-to-understand illustrations and descriptions you can start with exploring the different organs systems that work together, their interdependency and how important they are, for us to function as living beings.
This lesson is about what can traumatize your spinal cord. what spinal cord trauma may result in, and why that may occur. We will also focus on some of the specifics of spinal shock, and autonomic dysreflexia. The purpose is to validate why we include the correct use, and application of the C-Collar, and Kendrick Extrication Device in our training courses.
Paralysis is something we all dread, especially if we have led a full and active lifestyle. This lesson is about the paralysis-related terminology that may stem from a spinal cord injury. These terms include. paraplegia. hemiplegia. hemiparesis. and quadriplegia.
If you got into a really serious accident or fell off a high ledge, and hit your face and head against a hard surface, you'll not only be hurting and bleeding, you'll also be discharging some clear fluid too.
This won't just be tears of pain rolling down your face, as this lesson will point out.
Trauma to the maxillofacial region can lead to some very serious complications due to the fact that there are very fragile and important sensory organs such as vision, hearing. tasting, and smelling, all located in this area of the body.