Only available in Spanish
This course is approved by the Ministry of Interior and accredited by the European University Miguel de Cervantes and allows the graduate to apply for the Professional Qualifications (TIP) of Head of Security and Director of Private Security. You will become an expert in Private Security Management.
The title of Higher Course of Private Security Director is aimed at all those who want to train as Directors of Private Security and who have any of the following access qualifications: Bachelor’s Degree, Higher Technician, Technician in the professions to be determined, or other equivalent for professional purposes, or higher.
Objectives of this Advanced Course
To provide the student with the ability to solve complex problems and cases related to safety management.
Be able to apply this knowledge in professional practice and possess the skills to develop and manage the safety disciplines of the course.
Knowledge and Skills
To provide the student with the necessary legal authorization, as well as the necessary competences, knowledge and skills to enable his professional performance as Security Director of an entity, company or organization.
To provide the student with the necessary skills for a flexible and autonomous learning, which will allow him/her to acquire a global vision of the Security field.
That the student is able to integrate knowledge and face the complexity of making judgments based on incomplete or limited information, including reflections and the establishment of hypotheses and probabilities.
Research and Analysis
To enable students to investigate and analyze complex cases and issues related to crime and the typology it presents in everyday professional practice.
Methodology applied to this Advanced Course
41 ECTS - 410 hours
Evaluation and Follow-up through Videoconferencing
This Advanced Course consists of the following modules:
General and Specific Regulations on Private Security.
Logical Security and Computer Security.
Security in Credit Institutions.
Occupational Risk Prevention.
Personal Data Protection.
Management and Direction of Private Security Activities.
Functioning of Security Departments.
Human Team Management.
Material Resources Management.
Interaction with Public Security.
End of Course Work. Elaboration of a Security Plan.