The Executive Protection/Security Driving Training Market – How much money do practitioners spend on training with the GI Bill?
ISDA collected data to determine the amount of money spent on Executive Protection and Security Driving Training.
We are in the process of analyzing the data collected from the ISDA Training Survey – the amount of information is overwhelming, and the complete report will be available in the next Executive Protection and Secure Transportation Magazine.
But in the interim, while conducting the research, we collected some interesting information. We looked at the Veteran Affairs GI Bill Comparison Tool that gathers data on Executive Protection Training schools that offered the Post-9/11 GI Bill; the data is from 2018.
In 2018, out of the eight training programs that offer the GI bill, three recorded no students and no income. The other five recorded a total of $5,181,311 of income from a combined 381 students. That works out to $13,599 per student. Keep in mind that this data is two years old, and an educated estimation would be that that number is significantly higher in 2020.
We are in the process of analyzing the data collected from the ISDA training survey. The data collected from the Survey will appear in the next issue of Executive Protection and Secure Transportation (EPST) Magazine.
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