Changes in comprehension of threats and a greater need for security call for competent security guards and security measures for different situations. Security services shall lay the foundation for practicing an occupation that can prevent and reduce the consequences of undesirable incidents like accidents, catastrophes and criminal behaviour.
Learning in the subject shall help promote competence in planning, operative work, guidance, documentation and quality of work in security services. Learning in the subject shall lay the foundation for developing competence in risk assessment, security measures, emergency preparedness, handling conflicts and helping at accident sites. Furthermore, learning in the subject shall promote competence in ethics and an understanding of current environment, health and safety regulations. Learning in the subject shall also contribute to knowledge of how security guards can meet the needs of clients and comply with the company's goals for profit.
Learning in the subject shall arrange for the apprentice's practical training and experience in different security services and requirements set for professional practitioners of security services.
Training completed and passed in the subject will lead to a Trade Certificate. The professional title is Security Guard.
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