Singapore, Singapore, May 11, 2009 --(PR.com
)-- The Centre For Behavioral Science is proud to announce the launch of the Graduate Diploma in Counter Terrorism and Security Management programme, jointly awarded by the Centre For Behavioral Science and STET Homeland Security Services Pte Ltd.
This collaboration is part of the Centre For Behavioral Science's ongoing plans to form strategic alliances with key security institutions throughout Asia Pacific. The aim is to strengthen relations, cooperation, enhance greater mutual understanding, and promote professional development in security training and education. This partnership will enable the Centre For Behavioral Science and STET Homeland Security Services to engage in best practices and development in security management studies, strategic studies, building management systems such as in risk management, counter terrorism, security technology, and security project management. It also aims to conduct regular conferences, seminars and publications will be used to share and exchange research findings in order to benefit wider audiences in the security field.
The Graduate Diploma in Counter Terrorism and Security is targeted at professional security personnel that include security managers, risk managers, corporate managers, departmental security supervisors, and professional security consultants who are required to conduct security surveys and risk assessment, and investigative work in the corporate environment. “The course seeks to improve professional standards by deepening students' understanding of the history and motivators of terrorism, and thereby developing their ability to critique current (and anticipate future) terrorist threats and possible counter terrorist measures,” said Mr Tan Chong Kuan, Managing Director, STET Homeland Security Services.
Assessment items will encourage the application of theory to practice, with the aim of having students articulating ways in which their learning can be applied to their own professional practice. Students will also acquire practical knowledge in security risk, security technology and loss prevention.