SECURITY MANAGERS

Join our Security Management Course to plan and budget more effectively, enhance your ability to respond to crises, understand body language and assess risks and vulnerabilities.

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Physical Security Training

Learn about planning and budgeting for cost-effective protection solutions, how to assess and quantify risk, principles of construction and the place of physical security in ensuring business continuity.

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Close Protection Management

Understand body language, threat and risk analysis, people and event protection and team management to provide enhanced VIP protection.

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Security Management

Security Management

Physical Security

Physical Security

Close Protection

Close Protection

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Learn about PSOSONLINE security training videos
Planning a Security Upgrade

6 Best Practices for Planning a Security Upgrade

As a security manager or senior business manager responsible for security, you are constantly considering the future needs of your organisation’s security and trying to squeeze more out of existing resources!

Read about our 6 Best Practices to help you decide on the right places to concentrate, and the right ways to invest your security budget.

Highlights:

A security manager's key challenge is how to stretch resources and prioritize plans.

Lessons Learned<:

Constantly review threats, assets, risks and market developments to help prioritize plans and make cost-effective investments.

Reacting to Dangerous Situations

4 Crucial Points when Reacting to Dangerous Situations

How do we react when Danger is near? What happens to us physically and mentally during these times? We all have certain responses hard coded into our psyches, regardless of what the danger is. Here are 4 crucial points that will help you and your team be prepared for the unexpected.

Highlights:

How do we respond during emergencies? What is our reaction in situations of sudden danger?

Lessons Learned<:

Knowing how to detect and handle our physical and emotional reactions in order to come back to a controlled level of response is key.