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Qualification: Professional Bachelor's Degree in Organization Security, Security Services Manager (BAT)

Professional Bachelor's Degree in Organization Security, Security Services Manager (BAT)

Qualification Information

Objectives:
To further the development of student’s attitude, necessary knowledge and skills as well as development of personal qualities required for Security service managers to work in the Republic of Latvia as well as in the international environment.

Outcomes:
Ability to demonstrate general as well as specialised knowledge and critical understanding of facts, theory, correlations and technology in the relevant professional field.
Ability to manage and coordinate the company’s defences against risks posed to the company’s property and personnel;
Ability to carry out the organisation and supervision of security structure every day functioning of security service;
Ensure and carry out supervision and compliance of company’s safety and fire safety etc.
Policies to the requirements of regulatory enactments.



Competences:

1. The KNOWLEDGE at the level of notion:
1.1. the role of globalization in the development of an organization's security processes;
1.2. logic;
1.3. philosophy.
2. The KNOWLEDGE at the level of understanding:
2.1. security systems and global development thereof;
2.2. criminal law and procedure;
2.3. administrative law and administrative procedure;
2.4. business;
2.5. economics;
2.6. crime evaluation and detection;
2.7. marketing;
2.8. criminology;
2.9. forensic science;
2.10. security aspects in the history of Latvia;
2.11. professional terminology in the official language and at least two foreign languages.
3. The KNOWLEDGE at the level of use:
3.1. security theory;
3.2. record management;
3.3. data protection;
3.4. legal framework of state and municipal procurements;
3.5. intellectual property rights;
3.6. organizational safety;
3.7. limited access information;
3.8. security technical means and development thereof;
3.9. management theory;
3.10. escort and security of tangibles;
3.11. information technologies;
3.12. security tactics;
3.13. law enforcement agencies;
3.14. stationary object security;
3.15. personal security;
3.16. legal employment relationship;
3.17. labour protection;
3.18. environmental protection;
3.19. communication management;
3.20. presentation technology solutions and art;
3.21. rhetoric;
3.22. stress management;
3.23. communication psychology;
3.24. principles of professional and general ethics;
3.25. self-defence;
3.26. practical shooting;
3.27. firearms design, principles of operation;
3.28. first aid;
3.29. official language;
3.30. two foreign languages at the communication level.



Skills:

1. To develop security measures of the company.
2. To set priorities in the field of security.
3. To plan, organize and control the activities of subordinates, manage the team/group, deal with conflict situations.
4. To understand processes occurring in society and impact thereof on a company's security.
5. To understand the current economic development regularities and principles.
6. To understand the business context.
7. To analyse security-related issues, evaluate the effectiveness of projects, identify problems and implement advanced solutions and methods in the field of security.
8. To meet the requirements of employment relationship and ensure compliance therewith.
9. To develop a company's security risk reduction plan.
10. To utilize appropriate management techniques and forms.
11. To understand the institutional system of public administration.
12. To be informed about political, social and cultural issues in the country, the region, the European Union and the world.
13. To communicate and interact with the staff, management, partners, the media, state and local government institutions and non-governmental organizations, speak in public, express, defend and present one's views.
14. To use legal sources and apply laws and regulations.
15. To comply with documents and regulations governing a company's activity.
16. To organize and control the issuance and application of regulations governing a company's security.
17. To supervise the collection, processing and analysis of a company's security-related information, as well as use the results of the analysis of this information in practice.
18. To organize and supervise the escorting and protection of a company's tangibles.
19. To utilize information technologies and office equipment to carry out one's activities.
20. To organize safety and order in public events of a company, including preventive security activities.
21. To organize and carry out preventive security measures in the field of security.
22. To supervise the use of the staff's information systems.
23. To comply with the requirements of occupational safety, fire safety and environmental protection regulations and ensure implementation thereof.
24. To plan and provide financial business operations of a department, setting priorities and procedures of resource utilization, as well as asses efficiency thereof.
25. To organize, manage and supervise procurement procedures in the field of security, as well as control the fulfilment of contractual obligations.
26. To understand the procedure of planning, recruitment and career development.
27. To characterize the staff, evaluate performance thereof and assign tasks in accordance with personal qualities and professional competence of the staff.
28. To motivate subordinates, creating a constructive and positive psychological climate in the department.
29. To assess an individual's emotional state and to determine the nature of a conflict.
30. To develop a professional code of ethics and monitor implementation thereof within a department, as well as control the staff's compliance with general norms of behaviour and appearance.
31. To use physical force, special means, special fighting techniques and service firearms according to the situation and in compliance with laws and regulations.
32. To provide first aid.
33. To constantly improve one's knowledge, acquire new professional information and skills.
34. To have a good command of the official language.
35. To have a good command of at least two foreign languages at a communication level.
36. To use professional terminology in the official language and at least one foreign language.



Knowledge:

1. To develop security measures of the company.
2. To set priorities in the field of security.
3. To plan, organize and control the activities of subordinates, manage the team/group, deal with conflict situations.
4. To understand processes occurring in society and impact thereof on a company's security.
5. To understand the current economic development regularities and principles.
6. To understand the business context.
7. To analyse security-related issues, evaluate the effectiveness of projects, identify problems and implement advanced solutions and methods in the field of security.
8. To meet the requirements of employment relationship and ensure compliance therewith.
9. To develop a company's security risk reduction plan.
10. To utilize appropriate management techniques and forms.
11. To understand the institutional system of public administration.
12. To be informed about political, social and cultural issues in the country, the region, the European Union and the world.
13. To communicate and interact with the staff, management, partners, the media, state and local government institutions and non-governmental organizations, speak in public, express, defend and present one's views.
14. To use legal sources and apply laws and regulations.
15. To comply with documents and regulations governing a company's activity.
16. To organize and control the issuance and application of regulations governing a company's security.
17. To supervise the collection, processing and analysis of a company's security-related information, as well as use the results of the analysis of this information in practice.
18. To organize and supervise the escorting and protection of a company's tangibles.
19. To utilize information technologies and office equipment to carry out one's activities.
20. To organize safety and order in public events of a company, including preventive security activities.
21. To organize and carry out preventive security measures in the field of security.
22. To supervise the use of the staff's information systems.
23. To comply with the requirements of occupational safety, fire safety and environmental protection regulations and ensure implementation thereof.
24. To plan and provide financial business operations of a department, setting priorities and procedures of resource utilization, as well as asses efficiency thereof.
25. To organize, manage and supervise procurement procedures in the field of security, as well as control the fulfilment of contractual obligations.
26. To understand the procedure of planning, recruitment and career development.
27. To characterize the staff, evaluate performance thereof and assign tasks in accordance with personal qualities and professional competence of the staff.
28. To motivate subordinates, creating a constructive and positive psychological climate in the department.
29. To assess an individual's emotional state and to determine the nature of a conflict.
30. To develop a professional code of ethics and monitor implementation t

Reference Data

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Location:
NQF Level: 
6
Awarding body: 

- Turība University

Awarding body contact info: 

GRAUDU IELA 68, RĪGA, LV-1058
Tālr.: 67622551, 67619008
Fakss: 67619152
E-pasts: turiba@turiba.lv

Source of information: 
National occupation classification: 

ISCO-08

Relationship type: 

Chief security officer (5419 03)

Access requirements: 

Certificate of general secondary education or Diploma of vocational secondary education

Ways to acquire: 

Formal (through education programmes)