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These are previous courses held by the CISPS. Training is available in these areas for companies who wish to do in-house training for a group of their members of staff. 

Course:
 
# Course Title Start Date Finish date Price
81 Understanding the OSH Act Wed, 28 August 2019 Wed, 28 August 2019 1250 TTD Per Seat

COST: $1,250.00

COURSE DESCRIPTION: Powerful and comprehensive legislation to protect employer and employee from serious hurt, injury and death as well as damage and destruction to machinery and plant exists for Trinidad and Tobago. The OSH Act of 2004 and its amendment in 2006 provides all of the mechanisms and legal requirements for safety, fire, health, welfare, etc.

This eight-hour course treats with the major elements of the law and its attendant regulations with the ultimate aim of ensuring that organisations remain or get compliant. In fact, all of the offences, penalties and legal proceedings are covered.

Employers, including self-employed persons, do not want their employees to “refuse to work” due to OSH concerns as this ‘downtime’ can cost millions of dollars, even closure of companies. This course shall empower organisations and persons to get such matters right.

There are several mechanisms set out to ensure that all OSH matters are adhered to. These include annual risk assessments, safety committees, etc. that are covered in this course as well.

Other critical parts of the OSH requirements are accident investigations, notifications, the OSH Authority and their powers, etc. These form an integral part of this life-saving and indeed cost-saving course for persons and organisations.

In this 8-hour course, you shall understand:


· Main elements of OSH Act that impact organisations including self-employed persons and occupiers
· Legal requirements for organisations and employers
· How to avoid Employees Refusing to Work
· Main offences, penalties and legal proceedings
· Safety, Fire, Health, Welfare matters
· Annual Risk Assessments
· Duties and Responsibilities of OSH Authority

 

SCHEDULE

 

Date: Wednesday 28th August  2019

Time: 8:00am-5:30pm (8 contact hours)

Venue: CISPS Training Centre, 81-82, Montrose Main Road, Chaguanas.   

 

Certificate awarded

This programme is conducted by a qualified and experienced OSH Professional

To register for this course, contact us at 223-6999, 299-8635, 299-8636, 361-1024

 

82 Understanding the Powers of Arrest Sat, 24 August 2019 Sat, 24 August 2019 1250 TTD

INVESTMENT: $1,250

Many times, the Estate Constable has to make a quick decision whether to make an arrest or not. He/she may not have time to contact another officer or his/her supervisor for advice. He/she should be quite certain when to act. If an Estate Constable fails to make an arrest when he/she ought to, it can have devastating consequences to persons and property. This specific training is covered in this course.

In this critical training programme, not only will the various legislation governing Estate Constables as well as their Powers of Arrest be comprehensively covered, but various cases and scenarios where an arrest can and cannot be made will be clearly illustrated also.

Additional Information

Date: Saturday 24th August, 2019

Time: 8.00am - 5.30pm

Venue: CISPS Training Centre, 81-82 Montrose Main Road, Chaguanas

Cost: $1,250

Training by experienced and qualified professional

Certificate awarded at the end of the programme.

To register for this programme, please call us at 361-1024, 299-8635/36 or email us at info@caribbeansecurityinstitute.com

83 Use of Restraints for Violent & Disruptive Offenders Sat, 23 November 2013 Sat, 23 November 2013 900 TTD Per Seat

Course Fee $900.00

COURSE DESCRIPTION: Personnel from the various protective services like private security, police, fire, prison, school safety, etc. will need to deal with violent and disruptive offenders – be they criminals, errant members of public, disruptive and violent school children and parents, prisoners, mentally-challenged persons, etc. – that is, to restrain them.

This course trains relevant personnel on the various approaches to restrain such persons. The use of restraint equipment is a key component also covered. Some issues to be dealt with are:

  • Restraint policy of the American Correctional Association (ACA)
  • The United Nations Standard Minimum Rules for Treatment of Prisoners
  • Listing of approved restraints
  • When to use restraints
  • Prohibited practices
  • Application of handcuffs, handcuffs and martin chain, handcuffs with restraint cover, leg irons, key-cuff plastic restraint, disposable plastic double cuff
  • Removal of restraints
  • Inspection of restraints etc.

SCHEDULE (8 contact hours)

Saturday 23rd November, 8:00am-5:30pm.

Bon Accord Conference Room, T&T Bureau of Standards, 1-2 Century Drive, Trincity Industrial Estate, Macoya.

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84 Using Social Media in Investigations Wed, 07 September 2016 Fri, 09 September 2016 3950 TTD Per Seat

Course Fee $3,950.00 TTD/$590 USD

Miami Dade College School of Justice in partnership with the Caribbean Institute for Security and Public Safety present a 3-day training programme on: Using Social Media in Investigations. 3950

Today, social media and virtual environments are unexploited sources of data. Learn about live searches, mapping, research and investigative techniques while using social media resources. It provides an ideal opportunity for personnel who are engaged in Intelligence gathering and covert research and investigations to learn from international experts, retool and stay sharp with current trends.

Key Elements of Programme:

  • How and why persons use various social media to commit crime and deviance
  • Skills, tactics and techniques to be a good social media investigator
  • Uncovering digital footprints to solve investigations
  • How to successfully conduct investigations on emails, chat sites, etc. 
  • Mapping Social Media posts and users 
  • Investigating without leaving digital footprints for others to find

Target Audience:

Law Enforcement, Military, Security, Prisons, Banks, Insurance Companies, Fraud and other Investigators. 

Participants Receive:

  • Joint Certificate from Miami Dade College School of Justice and Caribbean Institute for Security and Public Safety
  • Training Manual 
  • Lunch and Refreshments

About Miami Dade College:

  • Trains over 175,000 students annually
  • The largest institution of higher education in the US

About MDC’s School of Justice:

  • Offers degree & certificate programs in various areas of public safety, including fire, police, corrections and private security

Your Lecturer:  

  • Mr. Michael Gordon is a retired 29‐year law enforcement veteran.  He is a State of Florida certified intelligence analyst who has facilitated law enforcement training courses for over 25 years. He is also a versed instructor of the social Media programme at the Florida Law Enforcement Analyst Academy which he also helped to create and develop. 

Date: Wednesday 7th – Friday 9th September, 2016
Time: 8:00am-5:00pm daily 
Venue: CISPS Training Facility, 81-82 Montrose Main Road, Chaguanas 

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85 White Collar Crime Fri, 01 November 2019 Fri, 01 November 2019 1250 TTD Per Seat

INVESTMENT: $1,250.

Reportedly coined in 1939, the term white-collar crime is now synonymous with the full range of fraud related crimes committed by business and government professionals. These crimes are characterized by a violation of trust, deceit, concealment, and are not dependent on the application or threat of physical force or violence. The motivation behind these crimes is financial—to obtain or avoid losing money, property, or services or to secure a personal or business advantage. 

White-collar crime is widespread not only in the developed world, but in emerging economies. Typical white-collar crimes could include wage theft, fraud, bribery, Ponzi schemes, insider trading, labour racketeering, embezzlement, cybercrime, copyright infringement, money laundering, identity theft, and forgery.

Some of the most common types of white collar crimes are identity theft, mortgage broker fraud, bribery, embezzlement and tax evasion. All of these can be described as Fraud.

Through this course, you would learn about the motivation behind committing this type of crime, why it is so widespread even in the Caribbean and what can be done to curb this type of Fraud.

Additional Details

Date: Friday, November 1, 2019

Time: 8.00am – 5.30pm

Venue: CISPS Training Centre -  81- 82 Montrose Main Road, Chaguanas

Cost: $1,250 per participant

Training done by Experienced and Qualified Professional

Certificate awarded

 

To register for this programme, please contact us at 223-6999, 299-8635/8636 or 361-1024 or by emailing us at info@caribbeansecurityinstitute.com

86 Women as Managers Thu, 25 January 2018 Thu, 25 January 2018 1250 TTD Per Seat

Cost: $1,250

 

Women form the largest part of our workforce with many women now being elevated into senior positions. As a supervisor/Manager, sometimes there are situations that need to be dealt with in a particular way. As a new manager, you may be on a learning curve to understand the way that management operates, having to supervise people with different strengths or even making hard decisions. It is your job to build and bring out the best in people. This courses outlines the expectations of a female manager as well as some of the issues involved in management.

Date: Wednesday 25th January, 2018

Time: 8.00am - 5.30pm

Venue: CISPS Training Centre - 81-82 Montrose Main Road, Chaguanas

Training by qualified and experienced Professional

Certificate of Participation Awarded

To register for this course, call us at 299-8635/36, 361-1024 or 223-6999 or email us at:

info@caribbeansecurityinstitute.com

 

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