Changes ahead for the Security industry

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Over the past 2 years the Security Operations qualifications have undergone a major review to align with current industry standards and the national security climate.

Keep reading to find out what this means for you...

 

 

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Why do I need to retrain?

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Advantages of updating your qualifications

We are often asked: “Why do I have to do my security training again? I did it 10 years ago.”

This is a good question that has more than one answer - we thought we would tell you all about it. 

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Snake bite season…

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I have heard people say, “the only good snake, is a dead snake”. While it is an amusing turn of phrase, let us not forget that these creatures play a significant role in controlling vermin and other pests.

Snakes demand respect. Australia is abundant with the deadly and the dangerous. A few of our local celebrities, found in South Australia, include the Eastern Brown Snake, Inland Taipan, King Brown, Red-bellied Black Snake and the Southern Death Adder.

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CPR - Can you save a life?

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In 2015-2016 280 people drowned in Australian waters. 21 of these casualties were children aged between 0-4 years of age.

(Royal Life Saving Annual Report 2016).

 

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CONFLICT!

5 Top Tips to keep your cool!

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In the Security Industry, conflict is an inevitable and often negative part of our daily lives.

Most of us try to avoid conflict situations, particularly if there is a chance for an escalation into violent confrontation. However, what we most often fail to realise is, conflict is a normal part of life. Humans are cultural and social beings with an inherent penchant for competitiveness and difference. Unfortunately, what sometimes lacks (or takes a back seat) is tolerance and acceptance.

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