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Systematic Fundamentals to Construct Security Leaders Course Outline



The economic and social development of the world‘s poorest countries is perhaps the greatest challenge facing society at present time. Over one billion of the worlds‘ six billion population live in absolute poverty; the same number suffers various degrees of malnutrition, and millions do not have access to safe water, health care, or education. This poverty is concentrated largely in countries described as developing‘ and coexists with the affluence enjoyed by the vast majority of people in countries described as developed.

Many critics of the government have criticized the policy as a mere wish list. They rightly pointed out that many similar vision statements had been made in the past but failed to achieve the set target and there is nothing to show that the present policy would not go the same way. If past policies had failed and it is feared that the present one may fail, it would be, in my view, due to leadership. The right leadership would be needed to drive any vision to fruition. This paper‘s objective is to propose a leadership model that would lead to the government of Nigeria and indeed the government of any developing country to achieve sustainable security and economic development

Course Objectives:

At the end of this course the participants will be able to:

  • Establish and/or upgrade the security policy of the establishment.
  • Identify the duties responsibilities and discipline in industrial security.
  • Define the factors affecting morals directing, controlling, and evaluating the performances and activities of industrial security.
  • Provide the modern concepts applied in selecting, appraising, and promoting individuals of industrial security.

Targeted Audience:

Managers and all staff members wishing to develop an understanding of systematic Fundamentals to Construct Security to further their knowledge of function, approach, and strategy.

Course Outlines:

Unit 1: 

  • Preparing Security Policy.
  • Leadership in Industrial Security.

Unit 2: 

  • Discipline in Industrial Security.
  • Importance of Morales in the filed of security.

Unit 3: 

  • Importance of Teamwork performances for industrial security personnel.
  • Controls in the field of security.

Unit 4: 

  • Supervising as a controlling tool in the field of security.
  • Directing as a controlling tool in the field of security.

Unit 5: 

  • Performance evaluation of industrial security personnel.
  • Practical exercise for an industrial security supervisor evaluating the performance of industrial security personnel.
  • Applications on the uses of computers.

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