PRLog - Nov. 14, 2012 - WASHINGTON -- The challenge of providing contract or direct security services has increased as the threat environment continues to change and new threats evolve. This has caused many customers to demand those providing security to keep up with these changes through continuing education. This has driven changes to the baseline training for security guards.
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Today, basic security guard knowledge requirements include a solid understanding of security systems, biometric identification systems, an understanding of the current state of corporate espionage and the knowledge to address concerns over terrorism.
There is an additional driver of security guard training and that is the guards themselves. Experts in the field report that the number 1 way for a security guard to keep their job or advance their career is by seeking additional training.
Recognizing these changes, Spy-Ops now offers 75 continuing education self-study modules for security officers and guards. Each module has been updated in the last year and requires about 1.5 hours to complete. These highly affordable ($14.95 each), fact filled training modules cover the topics that provide the knowledge-skills that are in high demand.
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