Welcome to South African Bodyguard Association Regulating Authority 

To thrive and excel in today's working environment, you have to be able to focus on your core training.

All kinds of distractions can slow your career down, and you may end up losing valuable contracts.

Our professional facilitators and training methods allows you to focus and remain on top!


A code of ethics and quality management system is usually established by a professional order as a way to protect the public and the reputation of the professionals. Indeed, people who breach their code of ethics incur disciplinary actions that can range from a warning or reprimand to dismissal or expulsion from their professional order.

New CPO’s go through 13 hours of classroom ethics training, including instruction in both a formal and informal code of conduct. This training starts CPO’s out with a foundation of acceptable behaviour and informs them of how administrators expect them to conduct their professional lives.

The oath CPO’s and other risk management agents take after training states the code of ethics, both formal and informal, that they promise to uphold: "The CPO’s fundamental duties are to serve the community; safeguard lives and property; protect the innocent against deception, the weak against oppression or intimidation, and the peaceful against violence or disorder; and respect the constitutional rights of all to liberty, equality, and justice." The code of ethics also says that CPO’s must maintain the code in their private lives and recognize the CPO badge they wear as "a symbol of client faith and trust."