Security Management Training and Consultancy

Security Management and Loss Prevention

This Foundation in Modern Security Management course looks at a contemporary approach to crime and crime prevention in organisations and Businesses. A security managers objective is to protect the company’s assets, that includes people, property and information as well as brand reputation. Our Security Manager’s training course has been designed and written by security experts, ensuring that you benefit from the most modern content and gain the knowledge to work in a security role at supervisor or management level and more over, understand the balance between security and the business goals and objectives.

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Security Management

Introduction to Security Management

 

In this Unit you will be guided through the basics of Security Management from understanding the responsibilities of a Security Manager and the skills and attributes needed to properly discharge them. You will also gain an understanding of how the role of the Security Manager has evolved over time and its likely future requirements.


Security Threats

This Module will allow you to recognise and understand a range of current threats from terrorism to retail theft and how risk management can minimise the risks from these threats. 

Managing Risk

The previous Modules will have provided you with a good grasp of threats and their associated risks. This Module will help you gain deeper understanding of risk, recognise the importance of effective risk communication and show you how to conduct effective risk assessments. 

Security Management

This Module is designed to examine your current attributes and skills and identify ways in which they can be improved. It will also help you to understand the significant changes in security and how to build a management portfolio. 

Relevant Legislation

 This Module will give you an understanding of the regulatory framework governing security in the UK which is subject to strict licensing laws under the Private Security Industry Act 2001. You will also understand other relevant laws and regulations affecting security management.