EP K9 units are most commonly used to support high-profile clients like state officials and mega celebrities. If you have prior K9 experience from military or law enforcement work, it can give you an advantage when interviewing at some agencies. Professionally trained dogs can help you in protecting both your client and their property. If you have ever wondered about how to go about training a dog to work with you as a K9 bodyguard, or how to handle trained K9s, then there are some important things you need to know before getting started.
How to Find Bodyguard Clients
All professional bodyguards dream of new clients knocking down their door, but that’s not usually the case. To get the best clients to work with you will need to either get hired at an established agency, or be proactive and ready to do some major preparation and hustle. Competition in the executive protection industry is fierce, but there are steps you can take to improve your ability to find great clients regularly.
Bodyguard Interview Tips
You’re trained up, your resume is ready, and you’re ready to start interviewing with agencies. Or are you?
Executive Protection is a competitive industry. The more proactive you are about getting in front of the right people and the better prepared you are, the more interviews you’re going to get and ace, simple as that.