ASIS PSP® boot-camp
We are a proud ASIS Preferred CPE Training Provider.
We deliver training to help you get the very best results when you sit your ASIS PSP exam.
The ASIS PSP® qualification enhances career prospects by demonstrating knowledge and experience of threat assessment and risk analysis; integrated physical security systems; and the appropriate identification, implementation and ongoing evaluation of security measures.
- Physical security assessment
- Application, design and integration of physical security systems
- Implementation of physical security measures
How you will study: boot-camp class (5 days)
Days one and two: explanation of the timetable of study and approach required from learners, followed by familiarisation with the learning domains and study materials.
Days three and four: explanation and discussion of the different domains, followed by consolidation and testing of learners’ knowledge to identify where further personal revision should be focused.
Day five: completion of mock exams followed by feedback and discussion.
Upon registering your place, you will also join the online learning platform which hosts the study materials. There are five modules, each relating to core content from the ASIS PSP reference materials.
Please note that learners will need to purchase their own copies of ASIS International’s: ‘Physical Security Principles’, ‘Implementing Physical Systems: A Practical Guide, 2nd Ed’, ‘ASIS Business Continuity Guideline: A Practical Approach’ and ‘ASIS Facilities Physical Security Measures Guideline’. These are available to buy from: www.asisonline.org
About the exam
To gain the post-nominals ‘PSP’, you must sit and pass the exam, which is taken at a Prometric test centre. The PSP® exam comprises a maximum 140 multiple choice questions on three domains identified by physical security professionals as the key categories of physical security management.
Please note that costs relating to the PSP® exam are not included in the course fees and it is your responsibility to apply for and schedule the exam.
High school diploma/GED equivalent/associate degree and six years of progressive physical security experience, or a bachelor’s degree (or higher) and four years of progressive physical security work experience.