The ISA Training Difference
Getting an education or attending specialized training requires commitment, discipline, and an investment of time and money. So once you decide to move forward why would you attend a training program that takes your investment and provides you with a questionable return?
ISA programs offer our students an opportunity to attend fully vetted, accredited, or officially approved training courses that can earn the students law enforcement in-service credits, college credit & certificates, continuing education credits, and state credentials.
Build your career on a solid foundation, attend ISA programs with world-class master instructors, a curriculum that educates with the latest information, procedures, and technology, and accreditation’s that enhanced your resume and help you stand out among your peers.
As an ISA graduate, you earn college credit towards a degree or certification
In July 2014 the educational evaluation team of a regionally accredited university-approved college credit for two programs, the 50 hours and 70-hour dignitary and executive protection programs. This new credit agreement granted up to 6 semester hours towards an undergraduate degree or towards the executive protection certificate.
Since 2017 ISA has partnered with Community Colleges to offer courses recognized for adult continuing education credit.
Police officers may receive in-service training or continuing education credits
The following agencies have approved ISA courses for in-service training credit:
South Carolina Criminal Justice Academy
Georgia Peace Officer Standards and Training Council
New Hampshire Peace Officer Standards and Training Council
Virginia Department of Criminal Justice
Maryland Police Training Commission approved three training programs for in-service credit:
Private Security, Investigators and Personal Protection Specialists
Department of Criminal Justice (DCJS) Personal Protection Specialist (PPS) program as an alternative training provider. This allows students to earn the Virginia credentials for private personal protection agents.
North Carolina Private Protective Services Board approved 12 continuing education credits for completion of the Introduction to Dignitary Protection course for private investigators.