Duration: 12 Months
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1.DCSM101: Security management
2.DCSM102: Forensic Criminology
3.DCSM103: Physical Security
4.DCSM104: Crime prevention
5.DCSM105: Information security management
6.DCSM106: Psychology of Criminal Behaviour
7. DCSM107: Criminal law
8. DCSM108: Law of evidence
9.DCSM109 Principles of management
11. DCSM111 :Public relations & communication
12.DCSM112: Occupational safety & health
14.DCSM114: Communication Skills
15.DCSM115: Juvenile Delinquency
16.DCSM116: Finger Printing
17.DCSM117: Crime Analysis
18.DCSM118 :Personal Development
About the Course
This course is much beneficial to anyone seeking professional recognition and qualification within the security sector at middle and senior management levels. The course is open to all those who operate within the private and public security sectors, with or without security management experience.
Learners will acquire knowledge, skills and attitudes on security management, understand the administration of public safety and security organizations, their roles in an integrated public and private sector security system and establish a pool of knowledge that will lead to professionalism in the public and private security sectors through application of security management principles in crime prevention, safety and loss prevention.
Targets for this Course
This course is best for security personnel in government, non-governmental and private sector, those who own security companies, police officers, security managers, leaders, community leaders, NGO staff and employee, civil servants, students in colleges or universities, project management and implementation staff.
What are the learning outcomes?
At the end of this course, the grandaunts will have gained skill, knowledge and experience:
a) To explore the nature, types, approaches and new security related challenges and to boost human capacity to manage crime at local, grassroots and community levels.
b) Equip learners with skills to conduct scientific investigations and interpret official documents in addition to analysing some of the major debates that dominate the existing literature on scientific crime investigation, prevention and management.
c) To train human resource required in various security related careers and professions within the public and private sector as well as skills to conduct criminology and investigative research.
What will be my job prospects?
At the end of the course, the grandaunts can get jobs in the following fields:
i) Security agencies like police, traffic, investigation, military, national security etc.
i) Security companies (private) engaged to guard personal properties
iii) Spy companies or organizations to provide criminal intelligences
iv) Set up their own security companies
v) Intelligence analysts, business environment strategists/experts etc.