The security sector is emerging as a big player in the economy, and is expanding fast. It is made up of hundreds of thousands of businesses and individuals essentially selling safety solutions and products – the means to protect life, property and other assets, and information. The products and services it produces range from the simplest fire and burglar alarms to the most sophisticated biometric devices. Estimates put the industry’s turnover at over USD 100 billion. - OECD
Standards - Compliance
Criminal Justice, Police Studies, Forensics & Law Graduates
Insurance Claims Investigators
Credit Control Managers
3rd Party monitoring/out-sourcing
Advanced PI Courses
3rd Party Service Providers
Asset Recovery Professionals
Credit & AR Professionals
Specialty Experts Forensics Electronics Guarding Protection Surveillance PI
Loss Prevention Specialists
As legislation and mandatory licensing of Private Investigators and Private Detectives within the Security Industry became law in 2015, this course is specifically designed for people that have an interest in entering the industry as an employee, sub-contractor and independent expert.
For those already established in the business who wish to become compliant business owners, Directors, senior managers, trainers and team leaders in order to establish and maintain a successful career or business
More and more government services, law enforcement positions and specialty investigative business requirements are being fulfilled by private individuals, sub-contractors and private companies than ever before.
From out-sourcing forensics to fraud cases to IT analysts, to the collection of court fines to accident reconstruction cases, those that are seeking to enter the industry as a Security Consultant, Analyst, Private Detective Private Investigator, Special Investigator, Field Agent, Researcher, Director of Security or Collections/Credit Managers, this is the right time to explore this recession-proof and ever-growing industry.
We provide you with solid advice and proven industry knowledge as to the working standards expected from clients including a clear understanding of your responsibilities and the compliance requirements in the security industry, including licensing issues, industry trends and market-specific outlooks as well as income and financial responsibilities.