PROSEC: Patrol Tactics & Techniques
PROSEC: Patrol Tactics & Techniques
Patrol Tactics & Techniques
Graded: Unit 1 – Pre Test
Graded: Unit 1 – Words To Know
Graded: Unit 1 – POST TEST

PROSEC: Patrol Tactics & Techniques

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PROSEC: Patrol Tactics & Techniques

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About this course

This PROSEC: Patrol Tactics & Techniques course is intended to teach you general patrol tactics and techniques to help you prevent and deter acts that may negatively affect your client. This course will help you learn how to:

  1. Tell why patrols are important.
  2. Prepare for a patrol.
  3. Patrol a site.
  4. Keep yourself safe while patrolling.
  5. Use your powers of observation well.

You will learn how to conduct a patrol, how to use your observation skills, what to watch for while on Patrol and Liability for Breach of Duty.

Target Audience

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.

Topics covered

This training will go over the following topics:

  1. Patrolling
  2. What to look for While on Patrol
  3. Personal Safety
  4. Powers of Observation
  5. Liability for Breach of Duty

This PROSEC: Patrol Tactics & Techniques course forms part of our ProSec: Professional Security Training series.

Length

1 hour – Unlimited access 24/7 for 90 days

Cost

$20.00 + applicable tax

Accreditation

Certification from Sting Executive Group International Inc.

Refund Policy

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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Syllabus

PROSEC: Patrol Tactics & Techniques
Patrol Tactics & Techniques

Topics covered in Patrolling: ProSec: General Patrol Tactics and Techniques; Patrolling; What to look for While on Patrol; Personal Safety; Powers of Observation; Liability for Breach of Duty

Graded: Unit 1 – Pre Test
5 Questions
Graded: Unit 1 – Words To Know
5 Questions
Graded: Unit 1 – POST TEST
10 Questions