Security and Risk Management (SRM)

G4S City and Guilds Level 4 Security and Risk Management training course enables delegates to confidently undertake a variety of management roles within the security industry

Overview


G4S Risk Consulting's Specialist Training’s Level 4 Security and Risk Management course provides the opportunity for delegates to enhance their professional and career potential in security management. The course gives unique insights and comprehensive coverage of the management disciplines central to providing effective security management in the commercial environment. The course addresses a wide range of topics including: Security and Risk Management, Business Management, Physical and Electronic Security, Standards and Threats. The course is designed to meet both the theoretical and practical management application, based on best practice principles and national standards. The course is delivered by senior security experts who have extensive experience in security management positions.


Syllabus includes 

  • Introduction to security and security management
  • Risk and the risk assessment (ISO 31001)
  • Security surveying
  • Physical and electronic security systems
  • Security project management 
  • The principles of law
  • Corporate security
  • Business Continuity Management (BS25999)
  • Crisis management and disaster recover
  • Supply chain security (ISO 28000)
  • Information security management (ISO 27001)

Benefits of L4 SRM Training 

  • Potential employment within the security industry
  • Career developement
  • Eligable for MOD Enhanced Learning Credits (ELC) funding
  • High quaility instructors and training
  • Empathy with service leavers

Course location and delivery


The training is classroom based and delivered at our dedicated training facility in Ross on Wye or on client site. Bespoke client courses can be delivered for four or more participants. 



Costs


Course Fee: £1541.67 + VAT (£ 1850.04 incl VAT) 


Experienced instructors

All courses are delivered by experienced instructors with recognised professional teaching qualifications.

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ELCAS

The Security and Risk Management course has been approved by the MOD for ELC funding. If you are a Service Leaver, or have left the services within the last 10 years you may be eligible to apply. The MOD's Enhanced Learning Credits Scheme (ELC) is an initiative to promote lifelong learning amongst members of the Armed Forces. The ELC scheme provides financial support in the form of a single up-front payment in each of a maximum of three separate financial years. Please contact your re-settlement office or visit the ELCAS website www.enhancedlearningcredits.com for further information.

Who will benefit

The course will be of immediate benefit to those currently working in security roles or those seeking an entry level qualification towards a career pathway in the security industry.  The course is designed to meet the needs of security professionals who wish to advance their academic study. Because the course has been develop by G4S, it will be positively recognised and give delegates a formal qualification for career advancement in the security industry. Delegates completing the course will be awarded a City and Guilds Level 4 qualification. 


Testimonials

" Having recently attended this courses through G4S Specialist Training I would thoroughly recommend them as a top quality training provider for service leavers like myself.  The instruction is first class with a breadth of knowledge and experience in many different fields and the facilities are first class.

 
The staff at Longworth Hall are welcoming, professional and second to none.  An area often over looked is the house keeping team whose dedication and friendly approach take away all the stresses associated with any training environment.  The food is first class, the accommodation excellent and the staff ensure there are no problems....this undoubtedly makes the course easier as you can focus solely on the course and not have to worry about any outside interference. To all the staff, once again a big thank you. "
 
Regards
 
Lorne