Programmes

Programmes Globalization has changed the structure and pace of corporate life. The saturation of traditional markets is taking companies to more risky places. New business practices such as Offshore challenge companies to manage at a distance. Because of this, security risks have become more complex. Many of the threats, such as terrorism, organized crime and information security, are asymmetric and networked, making them more difficult to manage. As a result the Security Industry is seeing phenomenal growth. Thus, there is a demand of trained security professionals commensurate with the growth.

OSSIM has identified a number of generic training packages required by various sectors of India Inc for example:

→    Identifying threats and preparation of security plans.
→    Physical Security and Access Control.
→    Material accounting and inventory controls.
→    Patrolling and Search.
→    Parking Management and Traffic Control
→    Essential labour, industrial, and criminal statutes.
→    Risk Assessment and Business Continuity
→    Disaster Recovery Plans.
→    Emergency situations and responses thereupon.
→    First Aid and Fire Prevention.
→    Liaison with clients (internal and external), Facilities and Govt. Agencies.
→    Addressing a threat of Bomb/ IED plants.
→    Executive Protection, addressing kidnapping, extortion and hijacking attempts.
→    Relevant industrial, labour and criminal laws.


Besides identifying generic training packages for the general use of India Inc and Government departments, OSSIM takes a more individual approach to the needs of specific clients by carrying out a Training Needs Analysis (TNA). In this method, OSSIM professionals consult closely with the client to ascertain their particular needs, within their own operating environment and then adapt programme contents to meet the clients specific Training Needs.The client is consulted at all stages as part of our Quality Assurance process to ensure that the “learning outcomes” identified as necessary are met to the client’s satisfaction.