ARIC

Training

In today's information driven world, modern businessmen and women are highly vulnerable to the threat of surveillance attacks from both competitors and criminals.

This is especially true for financial institutions such as Banks and Building Societies, where key holders can be targeted with a view to kidnap or hostage taking of family members in order to gain access to the premises.

The Board Room at our Headquarters in Strathleven House, Dumbarton

This need not be the case; the old saying that "prevention is better than cure" has never been truer. By employing some simple techniques which can be used in complete synergy with any organisations current procedures key personnel can effectively prevent themselves from becoming a victim.

Our enjoyable and informative one day course is aimed at business people and private individuals who are not in the security industry and have little or no surveillance awareness. We will take you from having no awareness to having a greater awareness of the techniques currently being used by criminals and competitors and what you can do to deter the threat. We will also teach you what to do if you detect that you have been targeted.

The day will comprise of the following key learning outcomes:

  1. Awareness of threat
  2. Current techniques utilized by Surveillance teams
  3. Counter measures to Human Surveillance teams (foot and mobile)
  4. Counter measures to Technological Surveillance
  5. Personal security measures

The course is held at our Headquarters, a Grade 1 listed mansion, close to the Loch Lomond National Park. There is a fixed price per delegate, with discounted rates available for 3 or more delegates. The cost of the course includes lunch and all refreshments. On completion, delegates will be issued with comprehensive notes as an aide memoir.The course is intentionally capped at 15 to ensure delegates receive maximum benefit from the high level of instruction given by our experts in the areas covered.

Please call or email us for a quote.

 

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