Shelley Klingerman Becomes a Certified Situation Awareness Specialist

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Stiletto Agency’s founder and president, Shelley Klingerman, recently became a certified Situation Awareness Specialist (SAS) through the Arcuri Group LLC.

Because situational awareness is an evolving discipline and requires constant practice, receiving this certification proves Shelley’s commitment to learning and expanding the craft of situational awareness and dedication to the overall mission of security to prepare, protect, and prevent.

Industries where a Situation Awareness Specialist can be effective:

  • Business
  • Industrial
  • Government
  • Transportation
  • Community Organizations
  • Healthcare

This training will be incorporated into the Stiletto Agency’s training programs and presentations to help others add another layer to their personal safety and increase their everyday vigilance. Want to learn more about having Shelley lead you and your group in learning about situational awareness and discussing, planning, and preparing (mentally, emotionally, and physically) to make sure you are always in control of your own personal safety? Contact us!

About Arcuri Group’s Certification:

Arcuri Group’s Situation Awareness Specialist Professional Program sets a global standard for certification in the field of situational awareness. With certificate holders and strategic partners in over 40 countries, Arcuri Group LLC is a world leader in situational awareness training and certification through its Situation Awareness Specialist Professional Program. Learn more here: https://situationawarenesstraining.com/the-standard.html

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