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After an inaugural pilot of a Security Projects Training Course earlier this year in Dubai, SGW Consulting Group have announced the start of a bi-monthly specialist security projects training course in the United Arab Emirates.
SGW’s next course runs on Sunday and Monday, October 7 and 8 in Festival City, Dubai. Visit
The new course is designed to provide delegates with an insight into the various stages of security project implementation, from the initial site security appraisal through to the implementation of electronic and physical security countermeasures for risk mitigation purpose.
SGW’s new course, although not endorsed officially by ASIS International, will provide GCC regionally based people who intend to progress to Board Certification of the Physical Security Professional (PSP) designation with a foundation learning experience which has been intentionally aligned to the PSP syllabus by SGW.
SGW claim that the course is also structured to cater for the needs of corporate security managers, facilities managers, government officials and law enforcement agency representatives who have been tasked with managing a command and control, electronic and/or physical security projects. The consultancy further anticipates that surveyors, bid engineers, sales managers and general managers of security contracting organisations and systems integrators will benefit from learning a process based approach to system design which is aligned to what the trainers term a holistic risk mitigation strategy.
SGW, with office bases in the United Arab Emirates and United Kingdom are qualified independent fire safety and security consultants with extensive experience of high level consulting operations within the EMEA region.
Simon Whitehouse, CPP PSP MIET MSyI, Managing Director of SGW Consulting Group says: “Our aim is for delegates to be provided with an insight into some of SGW’s recent project deliverables from the region, how these deliverables evolve throughout the lifecycle of a security project and how they relate to theoretical syllabus knowledge based learning necessary for professional qualifications, including the ASIS International Physical Security Professional (PSP) designation.”