Strategic Security Management Stage Three
Security Management Programme
Dealing with the strategic considerations of what a good security provision looks like, this classroom training course is one of our most popular. You will join others from around the world to discuss core subjects and really delve into the course contents.
This comprehensive three-stage programme has been successfully completed by hundreds of security professionals from some of the world’s most prestigious organisations.
It is designed for security managers, supervisors, and anyone else with responsibility for the security management function, whether in the public or private sector. The programme is suited to any personnel within security who wishes to expand their knowledge and build upon their network across the globe.
You will be introduced to a range of risk management and security design tools to enhance their organisation’s ability to protect its assets.
The programme comprises lectures, workshops, case studies and exercise scenarios, during you will complete challenging risk and security design projects that require development of strategy and mitigation measures. Recommendations, solutions and budgetary implications have to be justified to representatives of the ‘executive team’.
This programme is Skills for Security certificated.
Stage Three: Strategic Security Management
Qualification…………..Skills for Security Certificate
- Enterprise risk management and governance
- Global risks and corporate continuity
- Corporate social responsibility
- Adding strategic value to security management
- Setting a vision for corporate security
- Kidnap risk reduction and response
- Illicit trade and counterfeiting
- Dealing with protest activity
- Ethics, corruption and compliance
- Product tampering and extortion
- External liaison and stakeholder engagement
- Business expansion – security considerations
- Security considerations when closing/moving operations
- Security intelligence
- Change management and future trends in security
- Strategic security management exercise
- Course project