11. Security Management in Situational Prevention Course

Security Management in Situational Prevention Course

Iteration: 18 – 29 Nov 2019



  To  provide  trainees  with necessary  security  background  in  order  to  became capable  of  planning and conduct security plans for personnel and critical infrastructures. Moreover to enhance them the critical knowledge and skills in order to raise the overall security awareness.


Learning Topics

-             Introduction to Security Management. 

-            National & International Legal Framework for Security

-            Service providers.

-            Terrorism (Modus Operandi & Characteristics).

-            Planning Security Operations (Risks and threats).

-            Cyber Security Awareness.

-            Risk Analysis & Risk Management in Crisis (Theory and Practice).

-            Close Protection Team (CPT).

-            Critical Infrastructure Protection.

-            Civil Protection & Emergency Management Agencies.

-            Intelligence Management.

-            Basic Principles of Security Personnel Training.

-            Field First Aid (Theory/Practice).

-            Natural/Technical Disasters & Fire Security Planning.


Students Criteria

-               OR-4 up to OF-5.   

--           Police Officers & Employees from Public or Private Security Service Sectors.

--           Civilians with relevant work/profession.



-           Up to 35 participants. Allocations will be on a “first comes – first served” basis.

-           Domestic (inland) transportation support (from Thessaloniki airport to the

            MPSOTC) will be provided by MPSOTC.

-           Accommodation, food and drink expenses are to be paid by the participants (NATO


-           There will be no charge for lodging and messing for some PfP, MeD and

            other countries, according to bilateral arrangements.

-           Duration: two weeks.

-           Course fee: 150 € per week.

-           Dress: Service and battle uniform.

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