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April 08 – 12, 2006 April 15 – 19, 2006 VENUE: REGENCY INTERCONTINENTAL HOTEL MANAMA,
April 08 – 12, 2006 April 15 – 19, 2006 VENUE: REGENCY INTERCONTINENTAL HOTEL MANAMA,
April 08 – 12, 2006
April 08 – 12, 2006
April 15 – 19, 2006
April 15 – 19, 2006

VENUE: REGENCY INTERCONTINENTAL HOTEL MANAMA, BAHRAIN

Call us for Registration and more Information:

P.O. BOX # 4317, Al-Khobar 31952, SAUDI ARABIA PHONE: +966 3 887 4400

P.O. BOX # 3124, Manama, Bahrain PHONE: +973 1751 4482

FAX:

+966 3 887 4450

FAX:

+973 1751 4481

Bahrain PHONE: +973 1751 4482 FAX: +966 3 887 4450 FAX: +973 1751 4481 Email: apc@eleganttraining.com
April 08 – 12, 2006
April 08 – 12, 2006

Your facility requires more than just cosmetic security. Learn about a substantive approach that addresses equipment selection, policy development, staff training, and crisis management. Today's security programs must balance high threat levels and low budget levels. Meeting this challenge requires initiatives that are comprehensive as well as collaborative. Learn how to undertake an approach that addresses planning, specific devices, training, and testing. Participants will receive practical strategies they can implement and helpful resources they can access. APC I is the cornerstone of ASIS International’s educational programming. Rooted in decades of experience, this comprehensive security course helps you build a career in assets protection. This practical hands-on program is facilitated and presented by some of the most experienced professionals in the security industry. APC I covers the fundamental aspects of assets protection and security management for individuals new to the profession. It provides a basis for advanced development. APC I can also serve as a refresher course for more experienced security practitioners, as well as an overview for non-security personnel. This course is essential for all professionals involved in the protection of assets. Immerse yourself in security information— from investigative work and risk analysis to workplace violence and legal issues. Course materials include handouts and references, as well as selected chapters from the Protection of Assets Manual

How you will benefit
How you will benefit

Develop the knowledge about access control, intrusion detection and various locking and barrier concepts and methods for scaled applications. Explore the various components of integrated security systems using CPTED (Crime Prevention through Environmental Design) and critical physical security applications. The program will include practical exercises to provide the opportunity to apply learned knowledge and skills under the guidance of experienced practitioners.

Who Should Attend
Who Should Attend
the guidance of experienced practitioners. Who Should Attend Professionals new to security management, or who need

Professionals new to security management, or who need an overview of security management functions. Supervisors of security personnel. Others with security responsibilities, including HR, facilities, or legal professionals.

Session Highlights
Session Highlights
HR, facilities, or legal professionals. Session Highlights Introduction to Assets Protection and Managing the Security

Introduction to Assets Protection and Managing the Security Function: The basic concepts and principles of commercial and industrial security management, presented in a concise and usable format. International trends and issues are discussed that impact the development of the security organization. Theories are important, but without practical application, you can’t act. Get better results in assets protection by focusing on applying practical management principles and methods. Security Vulnerability: Learn how to assess security threat, risk and vulnerability exposure with recognized methods to examine, measure and assess risk and security solutions to risks. Barriers and Locking Concepts: Evaluate the uses and cost-effectiveness of structural barriers, including glazing materials, chain link fences, barbed wire and tape, and expanded metal. Discover the pros and cons of using various locking devices. Once you know what to choose, learn to integrate locking devices into your total security effort. Intrusion Detection: With advances in intrusion detection technology, how can you make the most logical choice? Learn the advantages and disadvantages of sensors and the recommended methods of deployment and implementation.

the recommended methods of deployment and implementation. Gain useful knowledge and skills based on a comprehensive
the recommended methods of deployment and implementation. Gain useful knowledge and skills based on a comprehensive

Gain useful knowledge and skills based on a comprehensive approach to the fundamentals of assets protection. Become familiar with methods to manage employment related investigations Identify ways to conduct incident, background, and undercover investigations. Learn how to conduct meaningful and productive investigative interviews. Develop the skills for obtaining investigative statements and using the tools to analyze statements to facilitate for more effective interviews. Obtain proven methods of analyzing and assessing security loss/risk/vulnerability exposure. Learn the fundamentals of how to conduct a security survey.

Access Control: Controlling access to facilities raises questions. Get answers as you examine methods and equipment presented by an knowledgeable expert and practitioner. Ethics: Today’s security professional faces hundreds of ethical decisions. This session will help you evaluate the implications and dilemmas of real-life situations using solutions provided through recommended industry standards. Emergency and Business Continuity Planning:

Interviewing, Statements and Deception Detection:

Discuss behavioral analysis and preparation for successful interviews. Once you know the basics, you’ll explore proven deception detection techniques. Statements are a critical component to toward an effective interview. Learn the skills for obtaining statements that will facilitate analysis for detecting deception and preparing the investigator for a more effective interview. Theft and Crime Prevention: Develop the concepts of loss prevention by understanding the current trends used by internal and external threats to the organization. The facilitator will provide recommended solutions toward preventing loss and crime to organizations. Traffic and Parking: Security organizations are often tasked with managing the control of vehicular traffic and parking for employees and visitors to the organization. The current trends in the region provide special threats and vulnerabilities that must be addressed in an efficient manner. Security Communications: The foundation of any security program or organization is the effective ability to communicate internally and with various stakeholders of the various security programs. Learn strategies for developing an organizational communications plan. CPTED: What is Crime Prevention Through Environmental Design, and how useful is it? This passive crime prevention technique is gaining significant acceptance as an effective, low-cost security measure. Learn how it can help your overall security plan.

The series of comprised of three stepping stones for a successful career. Each program's information provides a logical progression to the next level of expertise. You can select the course that best fits your immediate needs or complete all three programs and receive a special certificate of completion.

programs and receive a special certificate of completion. When a crisis event or disaster strikes, what’s

When a crisis event or disaster strikes, what’s the best course of action? Obtain the knowledge to clearly understand what an emergency situation requires for prevention, control, and recovery toward restoration of normal operations. Workplace Violence: When anger flares and fades and is anger fatal? Improve your skills in identifying the potential for violent people in the workplace. Develop detection, prevention, and intervention strategies for violent behavior and workplace aggression. Discuss and analyze recent workplace violence cases and learn how to assess the most challenging situations. Investigations: This session is a comprehensive examination of the process of investigation and how to conduct thorough and complex workplace investigations. Receive a real-life introduction to techniques, resources, and procedures used by experienced investigators and fact finders. Learn how to fine-tune your skills to conduct fast, efficient, and legal workplace investigations that comply with Islamic Sharia legal requirements.

skills to conduct fast, efficient, and legal workplace investigations that comply with Islamic Sharia legal requirements.
skills to conduct fast, efficient, and legal workplace investigations that comply with Islamic Sharia legal requirements.
skills to conduct fast, efficient, and legal workplace investigations that comply with Islamic Sharia legal requirements.
skills to conduct fast, efficient, and legal workplace investigations that comply with Islamic Sharia legal requirements.
skills to conduct fast, efficient, and legal workplace investigations that comply with Islamic Sharia legal requirements.
April 15 – 19, 2006
April 15 – 19, 2006

Once you've mastered the fundamentals of assets protection, you'll need to learn how to develop more advanced and effective solutions, how to defend against terrorism with effective and proven countermeasures. This practical hands-on program is facilitated and presented by some of the most experienced professionals in the security industry. Practical applications continue the security principles presented in APC I, but now you'll explore universally recognized problems and discuss practical solutions to real-life situations. You'll get the vital information you need for security planning and meeting operational requirements. Join industry leaders in discussing the latest techniques while reviewing the importance of relevant Islamic laws and legal issues including recent trends with international security management.

Who Should Attend
Who Should Attend

Security executives, managers, or persons moving into security management positions. Supervisors of security personnel. Individuals with indirect responsibility for security, particularly HR, facilities, or legal personnel.

security, particularly HR, facilities, or legal personnel. Session Highlights Developing and Maintaining Internal and
Session Highlights
Session Highlights

Developing and Maintaining Internal and external relationships – Take a look at the basic concepts and principles of commercial and industrial security program and the value obtained from developing relationships with external and internal resources to help market and sell security programs.

– Analyze the factors

involved in assessing security loss/risk exposure and the methods for reducing loss and risk. Advanced modeling tools are provided. Logistics security – How safe are your domestic and international shipments? Learn the complexities of storing and transporting goods and materials, and explore appropriate safeguards. You'll also learn the impact of shipment loss and how it affects your business. Violence assessment and executive protection – Gain insights into people's decisions to commit acts of violence, regardless of motivation. Then create a practical system of behavioral assessment and intervention that diverts individuals away from violent acts. You'll conclude this session with a practical methodology for developing an executive protection program that incorporates this violence assessment and intervention. Integrating system in Security – Effective implementation of security safeguards requires that the components used (People, Hardware and Software) properly interface or integrate to design specifications. Security lighting – Object illumination, physical deterrence, and psychological deterrence. Review the functional objectives of this important security area. Information and Systems Security – Learn the value of defining protected information and methodologies of attack and protection. The importance of IT in today's organization has increased the scope of the security manager's role Terrorism and counterterrorism – The influence of change has impacted the Gulf Region to the extent that terrorism has become an important area of concern and interest. Learn the latest trends and methods of regional terrorism and the recommended safeguards and countermeasures for combating and defending against terrorism.

How you will benefit
How you will benefit

Learn how to sell your security program to top management and develop both internal and external relationships with relevant stakeholders. Identify and address terrorist threats and threat groups and examine various countermeasures Learn about protecting your organization’s critical information and IT infrastructure and discuss trends toward Enterprise Security Convergence. Develop training and management methods and resources for your security department and security officers. Mange an effective executive protection program Learn physical security knowledge and skills relating to security lighting, closed-circuit video (CCV) and access control. Gain the knowledge for integrating the security framework, including physical, electronic, system stakeholders, policies, procedures and developing and maintaining the “Security Footprint” Learn valuable physical security principles and practices specific to Closed Circuit Video, security lighting and risk and vulnerability assessments. Understand the issues and safeguards for managing the organizations logistics and the protection of assets in the supply chain. Develop an understanding of the information security model and specific issues relating to protecting information and the IT system Practice security risk and vulnerability assessments and integrating security systems with colleagues using a practical exercise based on a large petroleum facility in the Gulf

Security
Security

vulnerability

systems with colleagues using a practical exercise based on a large petroleum facility in the Gulf
systems with colleagues using a practical exercise based on a large petroleum facility in the Gulf
systems with colleagues using a practical exercise based on a large petroleum facility in the Gulf
Speakers: Philip Banks P. Eng, CPP Dennis D. Shepp CPP, CFE, MBA, GM John Knight
Speakers:
Speakers:
Philip Banks P. Eng, CPP
Philip Banks
P. Eng, CPP
Speakers: Philip Banks P. Eng, CPP Dennis D. Shepp CPP, CFE, MBA, GM John Knight CPP

Dennis D. Shepp CPP, CFE, MBA, GM

Philip Banks P. Eng, CPP Dennis D. Shepp CPP, CFE, MBA, GM John Knight CPP Testimonials:

John Knight

CPP

Testimonials:
Testimonials:
D. Shepp CPP, CFE, MBA, GM John Knight CPP Testimonials: This course was one of the

This course was one of the best courses I took during my career for the last two decades. (Saeed Al-Ghamdi Saudi Aramco)

In general, the course is useful for us and I recommend to keep up with such courses. (Lt. Colonel/ Said Al-Asmi Oman Royal Police)

One of the best and most effective enjoyable and beneficial training I have ever been to. Many many thanks to ASIS, Elegant Services Group and to the instructors. Hope to see you again. (Maen Ajlyakin Jad Security)

Thank you guys for this course. We gained a lot of information. You were so kind and the subjects were useful. (Mohammed D. Al-Mulaihi Saudi Aramco)

It's a quite excellent and advanced course for all people especially those who are in security industry. I got a lot after attending this course and now I feel I have full confidence to manage security system of my company. It has enhanced and refreshed my skills a lot. (Mohammed Al-Oknah Kanoo)

I'd like to thank the faculty for presenting this program. This course taught me how to be a leader in my work and in my life. (Amal Al-Aseeri Elegant Services Group)

Excellent for all security personnel as it contains all important information that needed by security employees for further improvement. It enhances my job by picking that material that fit for my job. The course contains the most updated materials all over the world. (Mohammed Al-Dossary Saudi Aramco)

ASIS INTERNATIONAL ASSETS PROTECTION COURSE I BAHRAIN (APRIL 08 12, 2006) Saturday Sunday Monday Tuesday

ASIS INTERNATIONAL ASSETS PROTECTION COURSE I BAHRAIN

(APRIL 08 12, 2006)

ASSETS PROTECTION COURSE I BAHRAIN (APRIL 08 12, 2006) Saturday Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Time April
Saturday Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Time April 8 April 9 April 10 April 11 April
Saturday
Sunday
Monday
Tuesday
Wednesday
Time
April 8
April 9
April 10
April 11
April 12
Introduction to Assets
Protection and Managing
the Security Functions
Emergency and
Managing
CPTED
Business Continuity
Security Communications
8:00 9:30
Investigations
Planning
Dennis Shepp
Dennis Shepp
Tim Reddick
Dennis Shepp
Dennis Shepp
9:30 9:50
Coffee
Coffee
Coffee
Coffee
Coffee
Interviewing and
Access Control
Locking and Barriers
9:50 11:30
Threat and Vulnerability
Assessments
Statements
Traffic and Parking
Practical Exercise
Phill Banks
Phill Banks
Tim Reddick
John Knight
John Knight/Dennis Shepp
11:30 12:30
Lunch
Lunch
Lunch
Lunch
Lunch
Security Surveys
Theft and Crime
Prevention
Workplace Violence
Intrusion Detection
TRAVEL HOME
12:30 1:45
Dennis Shepp/Tim
Phill Banks
Dennis Shepp
Phill Banks
Reddick
1:45 2:00
Break
Break
Break
Break
Access Control Concepts
Practical Exercise
Practical Exercise
Practical Exercise
2:00 3:30
Phill Banks/Dennis
Tim Reddick/Dennis
Phill Banks
John Knight/Phill Banks
Shepp
Shepp
Introduce Practical
Practical Exercise
Practical Exercise
Practical Exercise
Exercise
3:40 4:30
Phill Banks/Dennis
Phill Banks/Dennis
Tim Reddick/Dennis
John Knight/Phill Banks
Shepp
Shepp
Shepp
Reddick/Dennis John Knight/Phill Banks Shepp Shepp Shepp ASIS INTERNATIONAL ASSETS PROTECTION COURSE II BAHRAIN

ASIS INTERNATIONAL ASSETS PROTECTION COURSE II BAHRAIN

ASIS INTERNATIONAL ASSETS PROTECTION COURSE II BAHRAIN (APRIL 15 19, 2006) Saturday Sunday Monday Tuesday
ASIS INTERNATIONAL ASSETS PROTECTION COURSE II BAHRAIN (APRIL 15 19, 2006) Saturday Sunday Monday Tuesday
(APRIL 15 19, 2006) Saturday Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Time April 15 April 16 April
(APRIL 15 19, 2006)
Saturday
Sunday
Monday
Tuesday
Wednesday
Time
April 15
April 16
April 17
April 18
April 19
8:00 9:30
Developing and
Maintaining Internal &
External Relationships
Information and IT
Security
CCV
Executive Protection
and Threat Assessments
Introduction of Practical
Exercise
Dennis Shepp
Dennis Shepp
Phill Banks
Phill Banks
John Knight
9:30 9:50
Coffee
Coffee
Coffee
Coffee
Coffee
Advanced Threat &
Vulnerability
Assessments
Terrorism
Security Lighting
Terrorism - Trends
Practical Exercise
9:50 11:30
Countermeasures
Phill Banks
Phill Banks
John Knight
John Knight
ALL
11:30 12:30
Lunch
Lunch
Lunch
Lunch
Lunch
Access Control
Integrating Security
Security Officer Mgt.
Practical Exercise
TRAVEL HOME
12:30 1:45
Management
Systems
Phill Banks
Phill Banks
Phill Banks
Dennis Shepp
1:45 2:00
Break
Break
Break
Break
Logistics Security
Practical Exercise
Practical Exercise
Practical Exercise
2:00 3:30
John Knight
Phill Banks
Phill Banks
John Knight
Introduce Practical
Practical Exercise
Practical Exercise
Practical Exercise
3:35 4:30
Exercise
Phill Banks/Dennis Shepp
Phill Banks
Phill Banks
John Knight

Assets Protection Course I & II April 08 19, 2006

(Regency Intercontinental Hotel Manama, Bahrain)

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The Assets Protection Course Series provides security professionals the broad based knowledge to keep their
The Assets Protection Course Series provides security professionals the broad based knowledge to keep their
The Assets Protection Course Series provides security professionals the broad based
knowledge to keep their personnel and assets protection a step ahead of today's risks and
threats. From beginning through advanced – the APC courses expose you to proven methods
and techniques to give you a solid understanding of all aspects of assets protection. Complete
the programs to receive a special certificate of completion.
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Training Date
April 08 12, 2006
Early Registration
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8:00 AM 3:00 PM
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