Security Coordination and Design
Qualification……………………… BTEC Level 4
Duration……………………………. Choose either a five-day classroom course, or a live ‘virtual classroom’ delivery
Deliverable by either traditional classroom training, or via a live virtual classroom using Zoom/Teams, this course is a comprehensive introduction to the essentials of corporate security management. Suitable for all levels, this training is perfect for those wishing to understand the fundamentals of security.
It is designed to provide security managers, supervisors, and those for whom security is one of a number of responsibilities, with the knowledge and confidence necessary to manage a successful security management function. You will learn the fundamentals of security management with an emphasis on risk methodology and designing appropriate security measures.
Identifying assets, threats and vulnerabilities leads to the design of physical security countermeasures. The course focuses on the core requirements to secure people and other critical assets, including risk assessments, risk matrix creation, and how to prepare a business case for security provisions to a senior management team.
This programme takes the form of lectures, workshops, discussions and exercises. Learners are syndicated into groups, who will have the opportunity to solve typical security problems together.
The BTEC Level 4 assessment is completed during the course, through a learner workbook, project presentation and trainer evaluation. There is no ‘exam’ as such; assessment is supported by the tutor who is there to ensure you gain the very best learning experience.
- Security risk measurement and management
- Designing loss prevention measures
- An introduction to security surveying
- Physical security of perimeters
- Physical security of buildings
- Access control
- Intruder detection systems
- CCTV and lighting
- Introduction to investigations
- Manpower selection and deployment
- Procedures and emergencies
- Security of information and IT systems
- Protection against explosive devices
- Protection of at-risk personnel
If you’d like to join this course, choose from either the classroom or virtual live delivery. The classroom course is five working days, Monday to Friday, 9-5pm with an hour’s lunch.
The virtual classroom delivery is Monday to Friday, 09:30 to 12:30 on the first week, and for those choosing to complete the course with the BTEC accreditation, they will join the second week for 3 x morning sessions.