In this career, you may also protect the client’s belongings and privacy at the client’s request. You can work for any prominent individual, but most often, you work for celebrities, diplomats, and politicians.
As a bodyguard, you also have to drive your clients from place to place, screen the area for any threats, and conduct the client where they need to go. With larger security teams, you may be responsible for a specific task or area that your client frequents.
Key skills Required
- Surveillance Skills,
- Experience in the field of combat and defense advantageous
- Safety Management,
- Excellent vision and hearing
- Strong physical shape
- Active thinking, critical analysis and communication skills
- Sound Judgment under pressure
Duties and responsibilities
- Reviewing the client’s daily agenda.
- Carrying out and reviewing background checks of the people interacting with the client.
- Going over security measures and contingency plans.
- Inspecting vehicles for possible bugging or explosive devices.
- Escorting clients to their vehicle.
- Driving clients to their destinations taking pre-established routes and escape routes when necessary.
- Monitoring all client activities.
- Staying alert for suspicious activities and possible threats.
- Reporting all client activities and incidents.