Guard and Patrol, Access Control Management

Guard and Patrol, Access Control Management (Provide Guard and Patrol Services & Operate Basic Security Equipment)

COURSE DETAILS

Duration: 18 hours (inclusive of assessment)
Mode of Assessment:
  • Role-Play (POLWEL)
  • Oral Interview (POLWEL)
Award: WSQ Statement of Attainment
Pre-Requisites:
  • Minimum education level: Primary Educational Qualification.
  • Able to listen and speak in English at ESS Level 4.
  • Able to read and write in English at ESS Level 4, alternatively undergone a pre-qualifying test during registration.

Class Dates / Schedule

Dates: 04 – 06 Dec
Dates: 11 – 13 Dec
Dates: 18 – 20 Dec

COURSE INFORMATION

  • Guards and patrol officers are often responsible for monitoring access points and verifying the identity and authorization of individuals attempting to enter restricted areas.
  • Access control is the process of regulating who is allowed to access a particular area or resource. This can include physical access to a building or facility, access to information or data, or access to equipment or machinery

COURSE OVERVIEW

Provide Guard and Patrol Services

LU1: Preparing for guard and patrol duties

LU2: Performing static guard duties

LU3: Handling of Telephone Calls and Lost and Found Properties

LU4: Performing patrol duties

LU5: Write Reports and Hand Over Duties

Operate Basic Security Equipment

LU1: Operating access control equipment

LU2: Operating alarm monitoring equipment

LU3: Operating CCTV monitoring equipment

Learning Outcomes

Provide Guard and Patrol Services

LO1: Learner is able to carry out guard and patrol duties according to

organisational procedures and legal requirements.

LO2: Learner is able to ensure the proper use of equipment for assigned security operations that is in accordance to organisation standard operating procedures (SOPs).

LO3: Learner is able to identify the various organisation stakeholders involved in guard and patrol activities.

LO4: Learner is able to report incidents during assigned guard and patrol activities.

LO5: Learner is able to handle calls in accordance to organisation SOPs.

LO6: Learner is able to handle theft incidents in accordance to organisation SOPs and relevant legal requirements.

LO7: Learner is able to handle prohibited and hazardous items.

LO8: Learner is able to carry out patrol of building premises with the use of mobile devices.

LO9: Learner is able to inform and report issues and situations during the conduct of guard and patrol activities to appropriate authorities.

LO10: Learner is able to adopt the correct methods of recording incidents in occurrence book.

LO11: Learner is able to check and return all equipment for handing over to incoming shift.

Operate Basic Security Equipment

LO1: Learner is able to identify different types of access control equipment and their limitations.

LO2: Learner is able to operate and perform basic troubleshooting on access control equipment.

LO3: Learner is able to handle equipment for access control operations in accordance to organisational procedures.

LO4: Learner is able to identify and report any unauthorised and illegal items in the documentation record.

LO5: Learner is able to able to operate alarm monitoring equipment.

LO6: Learner is able to report alarms from alarm monitoring equipment.

LO7: Learner is able to operate CCTV monitoring equipment.

LO8: Learner is able to report alarms from CCTV monitoring equipment.

Mode of Learning

Primary mode of learning for this course is Face-to-Face Classroom session. This will be supplemented with interactive role play sessions which serves to connect newly-learned knowledge and skills with the realities of the workplace and jobs.
Course Fees
Individual Sponsored
For International Students (Full Course Fee)
$440
Singapore Citizens and PRs aged 21 to 39
$220
Singapore Citizens aged 40 years and above
$132
Individual Sponsored Trainee Company Sponsored Trainee

SkillsFuture Credit:

Eligible Singapore Citizens can use their SkillsFuture Credit to offset course fee payable after funding


PSEA:

Eligible Singapore Citizens can use their Post-Secondary Education Account (PSEA) funds to offset course fee payable after funding


UTAP Funding:

This course is eligible for UTAP Funding.

Please click the links below to learn more about UTAP application procedures.

UTAP website link: https://www.ntuc.org.sg/uportal/programmes/union-training-assistance-programme#howtoapply

UTAP official video tutorial link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KE_sOP5FZ-Q

Absentee Payroll (AP) Funding:

$4.50 per hour, capped at $100,000 per enterprise per calendar year

AP funding will be computed based on the actual number of training hours attended by the trainee

Note: Courses/Modules under Professional Conversion Programme (PCP) will not be eligible for AP funding claim

Individual Sponsored Trainee Company Sponsored Trainee

Singapore Citizens or Permanent Residents

Trainee must achieve at least 75% attendance

Trainee must pass all prescribed tests/assessments, and attain 100% competency

Apollo Global Academy reserves the right to claw back the funded amount from trainee if he/she did not meet the eligibility criteria

Singapore Citizens or Permanent Residents

Trainee must achieve at least 75% attendance

Trainee must pass all prescribed tests/assessments, and attain 100% competency

Apollo Global Academy reserves the right to claw back the funded amount from trainee if he/she did not meet the eligibility criteria