S.E.R.T. Security Member Training and Resources
They are our ambassadors to the public in general and to the client in particular and are the “tip of the spear” in everything that we do. With a focus on professionalism, discipline and commitment to personal development we strive to ensure the highest standards for our members and firmly believe that their efforts will set the standard for others to follow.
At the very outset of candidacy a S.E.R.T. member is immersed in the importance of visual deterrence, deportment and “being an example” in everything that one does as a security professional. Every member undergoes a series of training courses including the S.E.R.T. Security Professional Induction Course that focuses on developing essential core competencies that are critical to their development and success with S.E.R.T.
We believe that building a security professional “from the ground up” takes time, effort and commitment as well as a contemporary open minded approach to assist them to succeed as a professional in this ever changing industry. Our diverse training regiment includes components such as personal safety, emotional intelligence, documentation and chain of custody, crowd behavior management, drug awareness, professional surveillance, and interpersonal communication skills. At S.E.R.T. we understand that our members are the single most important element of our business and that our investment in developing their skill set is essential to our organizations success.
S.E.R.T. management firmly believes that investing in its members is the single most important factor in developing an effective and efficient workforce that is prepared to meet the requirements of our clients. “The team” is the primary ethos in everything we do for our members and has quickly become one of the key factors in our client’s recognition of a unique, distinguished and committed group of security professionals who are proud to serve others every day!
- Intermediate Surveillance Course (October 17 & 18)
- S.E.R.T. Security Professional Induction Course (October 23, 24, 25)
- Introduction to Mechanical Restraints (November 14)
- Security Documentation Course (November 28th)
- Emotional Intelligence and Interpersonal Development Strategies (December 12)
Training courses for the 2016 schedule will be posted effective January 1st 2016