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Incident Response (Manage Security Emergencies)

Incident Response (Manage Security Emergencies) is designed to equip security officers with the knowledge and skills to effectively manage security emergencies and transfer the learning acquired to their workplace


The learning units are sequenced in a 'Simple-to-Complex' approach starting with Learning Unit 1: Roles and functions of emergency response team; which covers the roles and functions of emergency response team under legislation. 


This foundation will be built on in the subsequent learning units to cover topics such as security emergency response plan, minor and major security system emergencies and lastly followed by post-emergency activities.


Learning Outcomes

  • Learners will be equipped with the knowledge and skills to effectively manage security emergencies which includes

  • Roles and functions of emergency response team

  • Security emergency response plan

  • Minor security emergencies (business-as-usual)

  • Major security emergencies (involving authorities)

  • Post emergency activities


Entry Requirements

Learners should meet the basic entry requirements as indicated below:

  • Ability to read, write, speak and listen to WPN Level 5

  • Ability to manipulate numbers at WPN Level 5

  • Education: Minimum GCE N pass in English or equivalent 

  • Age: 21 and above

  • Experience in security industry: At least 3 yearrs working as a senior security officer

  • Have basic microsoft word skills

  • Laptop required as there are take home assignments on Microsoft Word

Course Fee
Incident Response (Manage Security Emergencies)
How to Register
Self-Sponsored Individuals

There are 2 ways to apply for our courses​

  1. Register online here

  2. Call us at 6694 0008 and register in person at our office

Company-Sponsored Individuals

Complete the relevant Corporate Registration Form and email it to us at training@metropolis.sg

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  2. WSQ Courses : Corporate Registration Form

 

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Course Dates
    Course Duration

    Day 1: 8:30am to 5:30pm

    Day 2: 8:30am to 5:30pm

    Day 3: 8:30am to 5:30pm


    Summative Assessment: 3 weeks after training

    Interview by Polwel: 1 week after assessment


    *Date of written test and oral interview will be released 1 week prior to course start date

    Course Code

    SEC-ICM-4003-1.1
    TGS-2022010748

    UTAP Funding Period

    This course is eligible for UTAP Funding from:

    15 February 2022 to 31 March 2025

    Click here to submit a UTAP Claim

    Assessment

    The assessment will be conducted by Polwel assessors.

    Learners need to attain at least 75% attendance and pass the course in order to obtain a Statement of Attainment.

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