Security Supervision- St. Lucia

Start Date:
Sat, 29 March 2014
Finish date:
Sat, 29 March 2014
Last Revised:
Wednesday, 24 December 2014
0 TTD Per Seat


Course Fee $399.00 EC

COURSE DESCRIPTION: This course deals with a fundamental aspect in the security industry – supervision. Participants will obtain a clear and real understanding of what the role of a Security Supervisor is, and what he/she needs to do to get persons under his/her supervision to do what is required in an efficient and effective manner for the benefit of the company. Experience has shown that performance/behavior exhibited by security officers, whether it is a strength or weakness, is a direct reflection of the level of supervision provided. Performance is therefore the ultimate responsibility and goal of supervision.

The course will focus on:

1. Role and function of the Supervisor.
2. How to supervise.
3. Principles of giving and receiving feedback.
4. Pitfalls to avoid when observing others.
5. The 6-step approach to problem solving.
6. Mistakes supervisors make.
7. Span of control.
8. Appearance and turnout of the security officer.
9. Security officer evaluation.
10. Desired traits/characteristics of a security officer.
11. Code of conduct for security officers.
12. Tips on morale building.

SCHEDULE (8 contact hours)

Saturday 29th March, 2014, 8:00am-5:30pm

St. Lucia Manufacturers Association Auditorium, Bridge Street, Castries 



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