WSQ Security Courses
With the rise in global terrorism and increased security issues, expanding the pool of skilled security professionals in Singapore has become an urgent and immediate need.
In addition, the security sector in Singapore has benefitted from a Progressive Wage Model (PWM) which also enhances the minimum salary and training requirements needed for anyone intending to enter the Security industry. Read more about PWM below.
What Skills Do I Need?
The Progressive Wage Model (PWM) for the security sector is a five-level career progression model. Each level ensures that security officers receive wages that correspond with their skills and productivity. Click here to read more about the job progressions under the PVM scheme.
Guard and Patrol
As a Security Supervisor or Security Officer, you will be required to regularly patrol premises, guard static positions, and always be on the lookout for suspicious activities.
Learning to recognize and deal with various terrorist or harm threats are the key survivability skillsets that Security Officers are required to have. By doing so, the early detection will allow them to immediately mitigate any forms of threats that could potentially be detrimental.
Security Officers encounter incidents on a regular basis, ranging from fire, crime and medical incidents, the range of possibilities are endless. And that also means every Security Officer needs to be equipped with a playbook to be able to respond adequately when the situation arises.
As a Security Officer, the ability to quickly collect data, examine the situation, and assess the risks is critical in ensuring the safety of the premises. Risk assessment involves considering numerous environmental factors to evaluate if a risk will materialize, and if so, what are the possible implications may be.
Technology has helped to advance the efficiency of the security industry, with that, Security Officers today have to be equipped with the technical knowledge of handling and deployment equipment such as access control, alarm monitoring and CCTV monitoring equipments.
Security Officers are regularly required to screen bags or conduct a search of persons to eliminate harmful threats. Doing so while ensuring that the individual does not feel violated or offended is a skill that will come in handy for the role.
Designed primarily to equip learners with the knowledge, application skills, and attitude in Providing Guard and Patrol Services and be able to apply them to the workplace.
This unit is within the Competency Category of Provide Security Operation Services and is one of the modules leading to the WSQ Certificate in Security Operations.
Learners will be trained to apply the correct techniques and methods for conducting screenings of a person using equipments such as a handheld metal detector and walk-through metal detector.
In this workshop, learners will learn about organizational procedures for deploying security equipment and how to effectively monitor and review security operations and systems.
In this workshop, learners will acquire the skills and knowledge to identify the various security risks that might pose a threat to their organisation.
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In this workshop, security supervisors will be equipped with the knowledge and skills to prepare, monitor, and review security operations as required to operate in the field.
The Supervise Security Officers course provides individuals with the skills and knowledge to manage security operation procedures on a supervisory level.
In this workshop, learners will be equipped with the necessary skills to operate security equipment such as CCTV, access control, and alarm systems.
In this workshop, students will be equipped with the skills and knowledge to professionally handle and mitigate individuals with disorderly conduct or threatening behaviour.
In this WSQ security workshop, learners will be equipped with the fundamentals of recognising any suspicious person or activities. Learners will also learn to take immediate action using proper procedures.
This workshop will teach learners how to apply procedures that are appropriate in various situations when responding to security-related incidents.
This module aims to equip participants with knowledge and application skills to provide safety and security for staff and guests at the workplace.
This unit has been designed primarily to equip learners with the knowledge, application skills and attitude in Providing Guard and Patrol Services and be able to apply them to the workplace. This unit is within the Competency Category of Provide Security Operation Services and is one of the modules leading to the WSQ Certificate in Security Operations.
This unit of competency specifies the knowledge, skills and attitudes required of security personnel to operate an access control, alarm monitoring and closed circuit television (CCTV) monitoring equipment. This Competency Units, together with other elective units, are tailored to provide the skill outcomes required for training of all personnel performing the role of a licensed Security officer.
On completion of this unit, learner will be able to apply appropriate actions to deter undesired outcomes when on duty at protected areas and places. Thus, upon successful completion of this Programme, the learner will have the knowledge and applications skills to Perform Security Duties at Protected Areas and Protected Places.