13 learners taking this course
Leadership knowledge,skills and attitudes are critical for organization success. This program provides effective material for leaders in the security profession. Participants in this course must have successful job experience working as a security officer. Three years is a recommended for the best foundation. Other life experiences and education also contribute to a working foundation to be a leader. Job experience is needed to have a meaningful understanding of the course material.
This program is intended for first line supervisors in a security organization. Managers will also find the program useful in polishing their knowledge,skills and attitudes in relationship to their responsibility. A supervisor and manager jobs are different. Together their actions combine to provide checks and balances to the success of the organization. Managers are encouraged to take this course with supervisors.
Group teleconferencing venue through Skype, onsite classes and a blended course with onsite and distance learning can be provided to your organization. Small group classes can meet your needs and provide an intense learning experience.
The time involved in the course will vary. Venue, individual and group characteristics will dictate the time needed to complete the program. 24 hours is the approximate time and credit given for the program.
Fred Behnken, MA Security Management
Federal Emergency Planning Guidelines are included
Security Leader Topics:
- Leadership Knowledge, Skills and Attitudes
- The Four Step Management Process
- Management and Supervisor Roles
- Advanced Time Management
- Emergency Leadership
- Communication Skills at all Levels
Course Venues Available:
- Online Course
- On Site Course
- Blended Learning- Online and Onsite
Bonus Training Section
- How to Manage Armed Officers
24 hours of credit
100% Quiz Questions- Quizzes may be redone as necessary to achieve correct answers.
Exercises in group or “one on one” with instructor
There is a process to managing security. Managers and supervisors have special roles in being effective.
A security supervisor must know and accept the responsibilities of the job. Knowing subordinate, equipment and the job are important. In addition the supervisor must know management.
Communication skills require sophistication and study. Your communications to your subordinates will establish you as the leader. In this lesson skills are provided to you to improve your communications with…
Supervisors must communicate effectively with management. Knowing management intent to completing the job is a necessary skill requiring a proactive attitude.
Day to day supervisors must ensure the safety of officers, organization and the public. This presentation reviews through important safety management concepts for leadership. Procedures, equipment safety and employee training…
Managing and supervising armed officers is a complex activity. Fred Behnken has run armed security officer training since 1989. He has provided training and consulting to many…
Supervisors and security managers will find a wealth of information in this presentation about time management. Technology provides many time management tools to security leaders. Time Management rules, such as;…
Leaders must be able to influence the organization. There are many ways to communicate to a group. This presentation looks to communication concepts that a security manager and supervisor can…
Leaders must be able to make rapid decisions in emergencies. Providing life saving orders to subordinates and others in a situation is an ability that a leader must have. Using…
The emergency exercise done in this course is demanding. Security leaders must be able to respond to emergencies. A participant can see the complexity of a team effort in the…
A supervisor or manager must be able to brief to their team. Security officers do best when given clear and concise instructions to respond to an emergency. Being able to…
Security Leaders have to manage personnel. Great effort and skill is needed sometimes to get results. Knowledge,skills and attitudes about counseling subordinates is necessary. This lesson gives you an important…
Being professional with your manager is the way to success. This lesson provides organization skills to keep you on the right side of the boss.