This competency unit specifies the knowledge and skills required to effectively supervise Security Officers; within the security environment.
This 2-day course consists of 5 competency elements.
The target participants of this course are the security personnel from the security industry who are assigned to work in premises that they need to have the knowledge and skills required in understanding and complying with legal responsibilities and obligations of a security supervisor working in the security environment or conducted in classroom.
Upon completion of this unit, participants will have the knowledge and skills to effectively perform Supervise Security Officers and transfer the learning acquired to their workplace, which includes:
Study security operations procedures
Supervise direction of security officers
Supervise health and safety at work
Supervise control of security officers
Supervise emergency situations
Minimum Secondary 2 education or equivalent; or
Able to read, write, speak and understand English at WPL Level 3
Able to manipulate numbers at WPN Level 3
Age 21 and above
Experience in Security Industry: Senior security and security supervisors
*Individuals who do not meet the entry requirements will be subjected to interview before acceptance
How to Register
- 06 Mar 2024 (Wed) - 08 Mar 2024 (Fri)
- 03 Apr 2024 (Wed) - 05 Apr 2024 (Fri)
Day 1: 8:30am to 6:30pm
Day 2: 8:30am to 6:30 pm
Day 3: 8:30am to 12:30pm
Assessment from 2:00pm onwards
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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Through Security Operation Compliance (Perform Supervisory Duties within Legal Framework), participants are equipped with the knowledge and skills to effectively perform supervisory duties within legal framework and transfer the learning acquired to their workplace.
Through Capability Development (Induct Security Personnel), participants are equipped with the knowledge and skills to effectively induct security personnel and transfer the learning acquired to their workplace.