Professional Development Courses
The Design And Implementation Of Physical Protection Systems
The objective of this course is to provide security professionals with knowledge and understanding in the design and implementation of physical protection security systems. The need for the course was identified in response to the growing importance of protection security systems in the field of physical security.
Threat, Vulnerability and Risk Assessment (TVRA)
Date and time: 23-24 November 2021, 9am-5pm (GMT +8)
Maritime, Aviation, Public arenas, Financial institutions, Corporate offices, Shopping centers, and Hotels – they are all unique in their business operations and environments, so their security threats and risks are different as well.
Safeguarding the most vulnerable from radicalisation and online propaganda
Date and time: 7 October 2021 3pm – 6pm (GMT +8)
This course has been specially designed to prevent the online radicalization of vulnerable demographics while encouraging them to practice and adopt the many tools of digital safety.
Incorporating security concept in masterplanning and architecture design
Date and time: 21 October 2021, 9am-5pm (GMT +8)
Architects and their clients are usually keen to avoid ‘securitised design’, where a building ends up resembling a fortress for the sake of safety, at the expense of best use and other goals. Meanwhile, the primary concern of appointed security professionals is that a building is designed to facilitate and support the effective practice of safety & security on site.
Preparation and response to hostile drones
Date and time: 7 December 5pm – 7pm (GMT +8) SGT/HKT
A range of terrorist, insurgent, criminal, corporate and activist threat groups have already demonstrated the ability to use civilian drones for attacks and intelligence gathering. The best defence against the hostile use of drones is to employ a hierarchy of countermeasures.
Active Shooter: Preparation and Response
Date and time: 9-10 December 5pm – 8pm (GMT +8) SGT/HKT
An Active Shooter incident can occur at anyplace and anytime. Whether the motivation is workplace violence, domestic dispute or terrorism the aim is the same, to hurt or kill as many innocent people as possible. Preparation and training can play an important role in mitigating the impact of an Active Shooter incident or even prevent it. The Counter-Terrorism Certification Board works with both governmental and private sector entities to provide others with the tools and resources to prepare for such incidents.