The Four Pillars of RAXA Training Academy

The Academy is equipped with state-of-the-art training facilities to train security professionals. It is spread over in an area of 100-acres and is accredited to the NSDC/ MEPSC skill council with a 4-star rating. Undoubtedly, the Academy has the best training infrastructure in the private security sector.

Indoor Infrastructure

  • Training Block
  • Well-equipped lecture halls with LCD projectors, training films
  • Computer lab
  • X-Ray scanner
  • Technical services Centre
  • Electronic gadgetry
  • Models of Improvised Explosive Devices (IEDs)
  • Anti-Sabotage equipment
  • Wireless communication equipment
  • Fire Fighting equipment
  • Disaster Management equipment
  • Library
  • Small Arms Firing simulator
  • Driving simulators
  • Gymnasium

Outdoor Infrastructure

  • PT Ground & Obstacle course
  • Parade ground
  • Athletic ground & Jogging track
  • UAC training hall
  • Sports facilities for Football, Tennis, Volleyball, Basketball, Handball, Golf putting green
  • Driving track
  • Rappelling and rock climbing

Amenities in the Academy

  • Administrative block with guest rooms
  • Accommodation facility for senior delegates
  • A well-equipped kitchen with modern facilities
  • Mechanised laundry facility
  • MI Room (Dispensary)
  • Residential blocks – rooms to accommodate 500 junior trainees
  • Haircutting saloon
  • Canteen
  • Staff Quarters
  • Generators for Power backup
  • 24/ 7 Security and Surveillance

Eco-friendly infrastructure

  • Hydro – Pneumatic water supply system
  • Water softener system
  • Solar power
  • Solar water heating
  • Sewage treatment plant (STP)
  • Garbage disposal system
  • Rain water harvesting
  • Wide internal Roads with landscaping
  • Drip irrigation

The Training team is a judicious mix of seasoned professionals from diverse security and safety backgrounds. It has a very rich pool of expert trainers from CISF and armed forces, several of whom have undergone the accredited training of trainers program of the security sector skill council and other recognized agencies. Apart from core trainers of RAXA Academy, subject matter experts (TEDx speakers, CPP, CFE qualified and others) are also invited as guest faculty for training on specialised subjects, for senior professionals in the field of Security and Safety.

At the Security Guards level, despite the mandate of The Private Security Agencies Regulation Act (PSARA) being only 3 weeks of training, RAXA trainees are trained for a period of 35 days, which far exceeds not only the above mandate but the requirements of QP NOSs of NSDC for the Unarmed SGs job role as well. The curriculum covers not just the routine security aspects and outdoor training but also in-depth knowledge of security, as required at the level of security guards, including handling of security gadgets, soft skills, fire safety, traffic management, disaster management, airport related security, highway and toll management, etc. Meticulous care is taken in induction as well as in-service training programmes, to make the trainees highly competent and committed security professionals, maintaining high ethical standards of honesty and integrity. In addition to imparting rigorous physical training, which makes them fit to undertake strenuous security duties, the training faculty, headed by retired defence officers, ensures that the Passing Out Parade, including the Oath Taking ceremony of the RAXA batches, equals the standard of any Police or Armed Forces training centre.
The short term thematic courses for senior officials are very well designed, to give a holistic perspective and knowledge on the subject.

Interactive and trainee-centred methodologies are used to teach the trainees, taking into account their specific needs, to ensure maximum learning gains. The Training methodology includes the following:

Case studies

Group discussions

Interactive lectures

Demonstrations and presentations

Hands-on training

Role-playing

Mock drills

Outdoor training & Classroom training

Videos

Practical training

Field visits

On the Job training

Syndicate presentation

Simulated exercises

AWARDS WON

Outstanding Performance in Conducting Training

Model Training Centre

Best Training Centre - South