New Principles of Security Management course launched
PerpetuityARC Training, part of Linx International Group, has launched its new Principles of Security Management course. The three-day classroom course uses case studies and group work to provide a comprehensive introduction to the essentials of corporate security management, and is the first course to be hosted at PD Ports’ training facility in Teesside, north-east England.
The course is ideal for security managers, security supervisors, multi-tasked managers (for whom security is not their primary role) and those seeking to make a career in security management. The course content includes the following elements:
- Security risk measurement and management
- An introduction to security surveying
- Security design principles
- Physical security of perimeters and buildings
- Access management
- Video surveillance systems
- Designing loss prevention measures
- Introduction to investigations.
Says Sarah Hayward-Turton, head of sales at Linx International Group, ‘Our new Principles of Security Management course provides the fundamental knowledge necessary to understand the elements needed to deliver comprehensive security provision, and how they interact.’
Principles of Security Management is the first course delivered at PD Ports’ training facility and gives learners an even wider choice of where they can study, whether in Southampton, Oxford, Leicester or the new Teesside location. PD Ports is a shipping and logistics company with a strong footprint in the field. Earlier this year Linx International Group announced it would be delivering security training courses in Teesside following market feedback and demand.
To launch the course, PerpetuityARC Training is offering Principles of Security Management at the promotional price of £400 (including VAT) per person. The first course will run from 11–13 December 2018, with more dates to be announced.
For more details and to book, visit www.perpetuityarc.com/course/principles-of-security-management/ To find out more about PerpetuityARC Training, go to www.perpetuityarc.com
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