ASP Use of Force Training

ASP Basic Certification
Expandable Baton Training.
Condor Security is proud to be the first security company in Canada to be able to instruct the ASP (Armament Systems and Procedures) Use of Force training programs to its employees.  ASP is an internationally recognized use of force system which has been adapted for use in Canada, the United States, United Kingdom, Australia, and other countries around the world. The ASP system is recognized and utilized by local Canadian law enforcement agencies, including the Toronto Police Services, the Ontario Provincial Police, the Ontario Ministry of Community Safety and Correctional Services, and the Royal Canadian Mounted Police.

Condor Security's ASP course is open only to Condor Level 2 Guards and Condor Level 3 Guards, and covers the use of the expandable baton by a law enforcement or security professional. A simple, yet highly effective system based on the basic principles of the human body, the ASP course has gained recognition as an industry standard.

Developed by Dr. Kevin Parsons, Ph.D., the ASP system is a valuable component in Condor’s training programs.  Incorporated with other company training programs such as Level 2, Level 3, Verbal Judo, and Tactical Awareness, the ASP program serves to provide additional perspective for those who want to learn more about the security and law enforcement fields.

Upon successful completion of this course, participants will receive a certificate of achievement and will be certified by ASP.  Condor Security also hosts ASP Instructor training programs open to select Condor Staff and law enforcement personnel.

  • use of force theory
  • fundamentals of physical training
  • drawing and deportment of the baton
  • essential techniques for safety and control
  • numerous practical drills and intense physical training
Michael D. - "For the last drill, the instructor charging the trainee was unexpected.  It was a very good drill."
Amarpreet J. - "The course content is very beneficial.  Thanks to all the instructors and assistant instructors for training us."
Vanee A. - "I found this training very useful.  It helps us to manage the situation under control when there is danger.  It helps me in normal life too."