Berea Technical College

Empowering the nation through education

SECURITY MANAGEMENT

PROGRAMME TITLE NQF SAQA ID CREDITS
CIRTIFICATE: SECURITY MANAGEMENT 4 21136 120

DESCRIPTION

The primary purpose of the qualification is to provide knowledge and skills qualifying learners with the ability to start their own security management firm or manage security services for an organisation

ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS,COURSE DURATION AND CAREER FIELDS

The ability to express themselves clearly and correctly both orally and in writing in English

The ability to apply numerical skills,including basic arithmetic (add,subtract,divide,multiply)

A basic interest or experience in the nature, role and practice of security management

Competence at Grade 10 or PRL or alternatively older than 16 years

Recognise prior learning:

This qualification recognises, through the submission of portfolios of evidence, the formal/non-formal/informal prior learning which learners who register for the programme leading to the award of the qualification bring to the learning situation.

This qualification may be achieved in whole or in part through the recognition of prior learning.

Course duration

Full Time : Minimum 1 Year

Career Fields

Air Marshall

Border Patrol Agent

Bounty Hunter

Emergency Management Director

FederaI Protective Service Agent

Private Investigator

Secret Service Agent.

Security Guard.

Manufacturing,assembly

and testing

ARTICULATION

  • Equivalent to an N3 Certificate in this field or a Level 4 qualification on the NQF. The learners will obtain credits that enable them to exit at a FE&T national certificate level.
  • The qualification towards which the Security Management graduate may proceed is the first level of a diploma in this learning field. This qualification will be able to articulate with other qualifications in the subfield, which can be determined once the other qualifications have been registered.
  • Exit level outcomes articulating with other qualifications are as specified.

PROGRAMME OUTLINE

  1. Discuss industrial relations.
  2. Describe factors that contribute to job satisfaction
  3. Briefly describe management principles.
  4. Examine decision-making and communicating.
  5. List the functions of management.
  6. Explain what 'management' means.
  7. Discuss the various functions of management
  8. Consider ways of motivating workers.
  9. Apply problem solving.
  10. Discuss selection and placement of workers.
  11. Deal with grievances.
  12. Consider the safety of workers.
  13. Apply leadership and decision-making skills.
  14. Know how to delegate work.
  15. Understand and apply management objectives.
  16. Describe what is involved in coordination.
  17. Plan and conduct personnel training.
  18. Describe the principles and theory of security.
  19. Establish the security programme.
  20. Discuss riot control.
  21. Discuss urban terrorism.
  22. Know how to protect confidential information.
  23. Assess whether your organisation is at risk.