Security Management

Course CodeBBS213
Fee CodeS3
Duration (approx)100 hours
QualificationStatement of Attainment

Learn to Better Manage Security

Both Property and personal

 

Lesson Structure

There are 9 lessons in this course:

  1. Scope And Nature of Security Operations
    • Introduction
    • Threats
    • What can be threatened
    • Perceived threats
    • Threat versus risk
    • Threat assessment
    • Second line of defence
    • Hierarchy of security controls
    • Home security
    • Plants for security
    • Inside the burglars mind
    • Ethical Issues in security
    • Insurance
    • Social media
  2. Low tech Security Equipment
    • Introduction
    • Gates and doors
    • Latches
    • Locks
    • Safes
    • Vaults
    • Safe types
    • Vault types
    • Alarms
    • Lighting
    • Signs and Security cameras
    • Placement
    • Single versus combination use
    • Piracy and theft
    • Weapons
  3. Security Equipment Technology
    • Lighting
    • Alarms
    • Wired systems
    • Wireless systems
    • Monitored systems
    • Unmonitored systems
    • Triggers - types, motion, sound, laser triggers
    • What is triggered
    • Fire and other alarm systems
    • Smoke detectors
    • Heat detectors
    • Carbon monoxide detectors
    • Locating detectors
    • Security cameras - inside or out
    • Closed circuit or stand alone cameras
    • Specific camera types - PTZ, boxed, fixed, bullet, turret etc
    • Motion detection/activation
    • Thermographic imaging
    • Doorbells
  4. Security Personnel
    • Types of security personnel
    • Using security personnel
    • Fixed position security
    • Security patrols
    • Security dogs -pet dogs, guard dogs
    • Security Equipment Installers
  5. 5. Risk Assessment and Protocols
    • Being proactive, not reactive
    • Evaluating risk
    • What is risk assessment
    • Risk mitigation
    • Risk assessments at a premises
    • Electronic risk assessment
    • Security protocols
    • Burglar profile
    • Burglar security measures
    • Shoplifting and security measures
    • Arson and security measures
  6. Applications – Property Protection – land and buildings
    • Protecting land and buildings
    • Perimeter fencing
    • Automatic gates
    • Window bars
    • Protecting commercial properties
    • Burglars and intruders
    • Terrorism
    • Reducing fire risk
    • Security lighting
    • Protecting land
  7. Applications – Property Protection -cars, art, valuables
    • Need and level of protection
    • Worth of an item
    • Level of risk exposure
    • What the valuable is
    • How conspicuous is it
    • Where/how is it kept
    • Cost of protection
    • Pets and livestock
    • Highly valuable items
    • Protecting valuables
  8. Applications – Personal Protection
    • What is personal protection
    • Why personal protection is needed
    • Types of harm
    • Situational risk management
    • Types of threats
    • Operators working within a management system
    • Situational crime prevention
    • Personal protection of oneself
    • When threatened from a known individual
    • Gender based violence
    • Bullying, racism and discrimination
    • Devices & equipment for protection
  9. Applications – Commercial property and events
    • Commercial property protection
    • Inventory
    • Preventing theft and tampering
    • Offices
    • Factories
    • Shopping centres
    • Events protection
    • Contingency and emergency planning
    • Rules and regulations
    • Crowd control
    • Traffic & transport
    • Adult activities and children
    • Theft and vandalism




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