Event Date/Time: Jul 20, 2009 End Date/Time: Jul 31, 2009
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Is the program accredited by established and acknowledged institutions?
Does the program allow me to further pursue a Master’s in Security?
Is the Trainer/Instructor fully qualified with Security Industry Credentials?

If the answer to all of the above is YES, attend that course and let us know – we shall forward you a USD 1,000 value to use for any of our programs, but we sincerely doubt this will happen. WHY?

Because the Accredited Security Manager Program is the ONLY program that is:

* Accredited by the Skills for Security – the UK skills and standards setting body for the security business sector Provides Credits towards Master’s (MSc) in Corporate Security Management from Middlesex University UK
* Conducted by one of the few instructors in the world that has ASIS CPP & PSP Certification, MSyI and MSc in Security and Risk Management, Mr. David Cresswell.

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So the bottom line is: If you are to attend any Security Program in 2009, this is the Program! Accredited Security Manager – Stage 1 (10 days) How to Manage Security within an organization - whether you are experienced or non-experienced Security Manager - this is the most popular security course in the world successfully completed by hundreds of delegates. 20 – 31 July 2009, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia Accredited Security Manager – Stage 2 (10 days) How to implement security risk management and loss prevention programs that will make a quantifiable contribution to organizational loss reduction goals? 9 – 20 November 2009, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia Accredited Security Manager – Stage 3 (10 days) How to formulate security policy and manage security programs at a regional and corporate level? 18 – 29 January 2010, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia Other Accredited Course Managing Security Risks in the Oil & Gas Sector (5 days) How to manage the complex risks associated with oil & gas operations in various environments? 3 – 7 August 2009, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

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