Standardization Framework of Security Training Centers Towards Stability

Authors

  • Mary Grace Guibone-Batac Philippine Christian University, Philippines
  • Neil C. Bermudez Philippine Christian University, Philippines

Keywords:

Police Regulators, Pre-Licensing, Re-Training, Security Training Centres, Security Guards

Abstract

This study delved into the standardization of security training centers in the Philippines. A survey among the owners and managers of security training centers, security guards, and police regulators was conducted. The assessed indicators were training objectives, training contents and design, training instructors, transfer of knowledge and skills in re-training, learning concepts, training features, learning motivation, learning objectives, learning view, and learning engagement in pre-licensing. A high standard was assessed on the two variables. Profiles as moderating factors in the assessment did not yield significant differences. The standardization yielded a positive return on equity and return on assets to the security training centers.

References

Blake. A. (2019). Introduction to Security Consulting: A Lucrative Service Business. Illinois: Charles C. Thomas Publisher, Ltd.

Bradley, T. (2021). International Journal of Comparative and Applied Criminal Justice, 45(2): 175–188.

Chinwokwu, E. C. (2018). An assessment of the relationship between private security companies and the police in crime prevention in Lagos Metropolis, Nigeria. International Journal of Police Science & Management.

Jones, G. (2018). 8 key elements of an effective training program: design, measurement, continuous improvement important. Canadian Occupational Safety. https://www.thesafetymag.com/ca/news/opinion/8-key-elements-of-an-effective-training-program/187061

Klein, M. S. & Hemmens, C. (2018). Public regulation of private security: a statutory analysis of state regulation of security guards. Criminal Justice Policy Review, 29(9): 891-908.

Kyslenko, D. (2018). Dynamics of security specialists' physical condition during professional training. Journal of Physical Education and Sport, 19(2).

Odhong, E. A.; Were, S.; Jonyo, F. (2018). Influence of training on employee performance in the private security industry in Kenya with a focus on private security guards in Nairobi Country—Kiriri Women's University of Science and Technology Institutional Repository.

Singh, A. M. & Light, M. (2019). Constraints on the growth of private policing: a comparative international analysis. Theoretical Criminology, 23(3).

Stabback, P. (2018). What makes a quality curriculum? UNESCO International Bureau of Education.

Zuo, M. & Wang, J. (2021). The higher education curriculum evaluation method is based on a deep learning model. Computational Intelligence and Neuroscience.

Downloads

Published

2024-04-26

How to Cite

Batac, M. G. G., & Bermudez, N. C. (2024). Standardization Framework of Security Training Centers Towards Stability. International Journal of Management and Education in Human Development, 4(01), 1092–1094. Retrieved from https://ijmehd.com/index.php/ijmehd/article/view/265

Issue

Section

Articles