DEVELOPMENT TRAINING PROGRAMS FOR SECURITY PROFESSIONALS

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The scope and practice of security and public safety particularly in the private sector is continually increasing with government and businesses faced with new emerging criminal trend that challenges security of our communities and business enterprises. Continuous up-skilling of security practitioners both in public and private sectors through training to forestall and tackle the menace of crime is therefore imperative.

Ignatius Ajuru University through its Directorate of Ideas, Creativity and Innovation in conjunction with Security Skills Development Company of Nigeria (SSDC) is introducing Security Skill Development Training Programs for:

  1. Corporate Security Professionals.
  2. Retired and serving security personnel serving in public sector (Military, Police and other para military services)
  3. Young potential entrepreneurs willing to develop skills in installation and maintenance of security electronic systems.

Training programs

Transition Assistance Certification Program (C-TACP)

Our Transition Assistance Certification Program (C-TACP) is aimed at harvesting serving, retired and retiring Government security personnel (we refer to them as Veterans) by putting them through training programs that will offer them new career opportunities and prospects in the private sector either as security service business owners or employees in the Corporate world.

Under this program, there shall be three specialized courses namely:

  1. Certificate in Enterprise Risk Management.
  2. Certificate in Enterprise Resilience and Business Continuity.
  3. Certificate in Security Entrepreneurial Studies

These courses shall be delivered both in the classroom and by distance learning methodology.

Duration shall be 6-9 months.

Security Management Courses 1&2.

The Security Management Courses 1&2 are designed for security management personnel that are serving in corporate organizations. This modular course is designed to take participants progressively through the essentials of managing security in corporate environment.

It is packaged both as a distance learning program and classroom based.

Duration of study:

SMC 1-6 months.

SMC 2- 12 months.

Accredited Security Systems Training Program (ASST).

The increasing trend in criminal activities requires the need for integration of both technology and physical security. This course would up-skill and empower participants to enable them compete favorably in the fast-growing market for technology needs at homes, corporate                organizations, places of worship, academic institutions etc.

It is also beneficial to security operations control room operators and managers responsible for security in any organization.

Duration of training: 1 month.

Digital Literacy Program (DLP)

This is designed for candidates who would like to enhance their digital literacy skill in order to cope with our online activities.

Faculties: Our trainers are drawn from highly experienced and certified security professionals and academics.

Resources: Our online and face-to-face training platforms are robust enough to create excellent learning experience.

We are sure this would be a valuable experience to acquire innovative skills and specialization in the sector and by implication increase the frontiers of career growth and opportunities.

Minimum requirements: GCE/WASC

Course starts in October 2019.

How to Register

Registration forms are available at the Office of the Director, Entrepreneurship Unit , St. John’s Campus of Ignatius Ajuru University of Education, Port Harcourt.

Further information is also available on:

www.ssdc.com.ng and www.iaue.edu.ng

For further enquiries, kindly call the following numbers:

Dr. Patience Spencer: +2348076717457.

Sulyman Fasasi   +2348022920439

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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