Practical Security Training is designed to help security departments develop effective security forces from the personnel screening and selection process to ensuring that proper ,cost-efficient training is conducted. Using the building block and progressive method approach allows security staff to become increasingly more effective and more confident. Flexible and practicle, these tools allow security practitioners to adapt them as needed in different environments.
Considering hypothetical situations and case studies, performing drills and continually evaluating performance, the security staff can be better prepared to deal with both routine and emergency situations.
- Advocates performance related training similar to that in a military environment
- Describes performance-oriented drills
- Considers and analyzes hypothetical situations
Security professionals, supervisors, training departments
Introduction to Practical Security Training; Practical vs. Theoretical Training
Identifying the Training Needs of the Security Force
Use of Case Studies in Training
Use of Hypothetical Situations in Training
Emergency Drills - Putting Procedures into Practice; Role Play - Getting a Feel for "Real Life" Situations
Exercises to Improve Observation Skills
Testing Training's Effectiveness
Training Management and Specialized Personnel
Individual Applications of Practical Training
Resources for Security Trainers
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- © Butterworth-Heinemann 1999
- 25th October 1999
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Patrick Kane is a CPP and a security services manager in New York City. He has nine years of experience developing, implementing, managing and supervising security programs and operations.
"Mr. Kane is sensitive to the challenges of teaching security techniques to adults and suggests ways to improve training of security personnel." --Access Control and Security Systems Integration