PROSEC: General Duties and Responsibilities20
About this course
The PROSEC: General Duties and Responsibilities course is intended for anyone interested in becoming a security professional, loss prevention operative, mobile officer, safety officer or private investigator. This course will help you learn how to:
- Describe the different duties of security professionals
- Give examples of how security professionals protect people
- Tell how security professionals protect property and information
- Keep confidential things confidential
- Explain what post orders are and what’s included in them
You will learn about the requirements of Security Professionals, Provincial Legislation, duties and responsibilities, the difference between Public and Private Security, the role of a Security Professional, the Security of People, Property and Information, assignment and duties.
This course is intended for those interested in pursuing a career in the security industry or for those already working as security professionals and would like to learn new skills and/or improve their current skill set.
This training will go over the following topics:
- Public and Private Security
- The Role of a Security Professional
- The Security of People
- The Security of Property
- The Security of Information
- Assignments and Duties
- Post Orders
This PROSEC: General Duties and Responsibilities course forms part of our ProSec: Professional Security Training series.
1-2 hours – Unlimited access 24/7 for 90 days
$20.00 + applicable tax
Certification from Sting Executive Group International Inc.
This course is emailed out digitally, and delivered instantly once payment is received. Therefore, it is impossible for you to return a product for a refund. All sales are final and no refunds will be given.
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ProSec: The Duties and Responsibilities of a Security Guard
The Duties and Responsibilities of a Security Guard
This course will help you learn how to: describe the different duties of security pros; give examples of how security pros protect people; tell how security pros protect property and information; keep confidential things confidential; explain what post orders are and what’s included in them.