ASIS CPP®Blended Learning
Duration……… Blended Learning – 4 months Online Learning + 5 Classroom Days
The ASIS CPP® Board certification provides demonstrable proof of knowledge and management skills in seven key domains of security.
Through rigorous testing of the seven domains of security, the post-nominals give a true competitive advantage, enhancing career opportunities and performance. It is one of the most widely recognised security management qualifications in the world, providing employers, colleagues and peers with professional assurance of the holder’s advanced knowledge of security management.
- Security Principles and Practices
- Business Principles and Practices
- Personnel Security
- Physical Security
- Information Security
- Crisis Management
- Legal Aspects (UK candidates only)
How You Will Study
Delivery is via a guided four month online learning programme, comprising mandatory monthly assignments. These are designed to familiarise delegates with the learning Domains and Reference Text. Detailed feedback is given after each task, working on a 1-1 basis with the ARC Training team.
A five-day intensive and interactive classroom course. This is designed to explain, consolidate and discuss the Reference Texts and to test learners knowledge, as well as pinpoint where further personal revision should be focused
About the Exam
The CPP® exam consists of 200 scored multiple-choice questions and may contain 25 “pre-test” (unscored) questions randomly distributed throughout the examination, for a total of 225 questions. The time allowed takes into consideration the review of pre-test items.
The exam cover tasks, knowledge and skills in seven broad domains that have been identified by Certified Protection Professionals as the major areas involved in security management.
Nine years security work experience, with at least three of those years responsible for a security function, OR a Bachelor’s degree or higher and seven years of security work experience, with at least three of those years in responsible charge of a security function.