Our commitment to serve the nation’s Military and First Responder permeates everything we do. From designing training products, to the Magazine, everything is quality because we find that an important contribution we can make. We believe that American ingenuity will win the asymmetrical conflicts that characterize our time. Our job here is to help the mission of brave Military and First Responders.
Having successfully trained over 1000 Federal, State and local agencies, SSI, the nation’s premier Homeland Security training company is now diversifying into Global Markets with new training and state of the art products for the Global Security sector.
SSI – Security Solutions International, the Homeland Security training, announced contracts today to train forces in Algeria and in Singapore. Trainings will be on Elevated Tactics and on Behavioral analysis. “We are very proud to continue expansion that started a few years ago in Africa and Asia and expect to do much more through 2014 and 2015 as the Global market develops,” says Sol Bradman, the company’s CEO and of the trainers heading to Algeria. “ We are looking forward to meet the challenge of Global Homeland Security.”
The company began in a one room office back in 2003 and has since expanded its reach. In the past, the company had contracts with the Chinese prior to the Olympics, Nigeria, Europe and Asia but sees this trend as accelerating in the next few years. As the publisher of the Counter Terrorist Magazine, a specialized and very well respected journal for Special forces, Intelligence and First Responders, the company enjoys the advantage of having its media read not only in the US but abroad. Last year, the company participated in conferences like Milipol in Paris, France, The Counter Terrorism Expo in London and ISDEF in Israel. With a new edition of the magazine published in Asia, its courses and training which enjoy wide-spread respect in the US are now being advertised to foreign governments.
The company has been a leader in the field of MACTAC or active shooter training across the US; of Mass Casualty incident training, and in the past few years has created new programs for US based manufacturers of armored vehicles and elevated platforms to train forces in how to get the best use from these important products.
For further information: Sol Bradman 305-302-2790 www.homelandsecurityssi.com