Online Security Management Course
Tap into the lessons of this course to pinpoint security vulnerabilities and threats and understand various aspects of security planning, design, implementation and evaluation.
Companies have assets that require ongoing protection. These include not only critical information, but also materials, equipment, networks and systems, and people. Unfortunately, vulnerabilities and risks can come in a variety of forms and can creep in at any time. When there are no appropriate measures in place, security can be breached, which can result to costly consequences. No business would like to go through such problem. As such, it is vital to pay attention to and invest in security management to prevent or mitigate threats, risks, and vulnerabilities before they occur or go out of hand.
To put it simply, security management involves the identification of company assets and the development, implementation, evaluation and documentation of policies, procedures and practices to protect those assets. The discipline is quite broad and encompasses everything, from use of alarm devices to development and installation of security systems and applications to access control and beyond. Quality security management begins with knowledge of its different aspects. If you are in anyway involved in the security of a business or you aspire to become a part of security management industry, this course is something you can use.
The Online Security Management course will let you in on the essentials of good security management. It will give you a complete picture of what security management means and the role and duties of security professionals. It also includes lessons on security planning, budget, decision making and management, and will familiarise you with various threats to security. Strategies for determining assets and vulnerabilities as well as development and implementation of security measures will also be covered in detail.
Unit 1: Overview on Security Management
Unit 2: Planning Phase of Security Management
Unit 3: The Role of Management in Security
Unit 4: Security Officers and Their Roles and Responsibilities
Unit 5: Setting the Budget for Security Management
Unit 6: Security Management Decision Making
Unit 7: Understanding Threats and Systems
Unit 8: Wading Through Project Planning and Management
Unit 9: Different Types of Crimes
Unit 10: Understanding What Burglaries Are
Unit 11: Hijacking: Definition and Dangers
Unit 12: Issue of Domestic Violence
Unit 13: Issue of Child Abuse
Unit 14: Understanding and Preventing Rape
Expected Learning Outcomes
At the end of this course, you will be able to:
- Have a good grasp of security management, including its concepts, elements, and process
- Know the roles and duties of a security office
- Know and identify different types of threats, vulnerabilities, and crimes
- Develop an understanding of the best practices for planning, implementing, documenting and evaluating security measures
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Do I get a level 3 certificate at the end of this?
Hi Graham, Yes, that's correct. Thank youThis was helpful. Thank you for your feedback.
Hi. how does working , after end of the course I need to book for exam and what is the cost for this ?
Hi Radu, There will be a series of short quizzes right every module. We issue a certificate of completion for our courses. Thank youThis was helpful. Thank you for your feedback.
Ibrahim Monday asked:
Is this course also offered in person. If yes, What's the course implication
Hi, Sorry but we only offer online courses. Thank youThis was helpful. Thank you for your feedback.
please could you tell me the exact price for this course and also how long will last?
Hi Mukulu, The price indicated on the reed advert is the total price of the course. You will be given a year of access to this course. Thank youThis was helpful. Thank you for your feedback.
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