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    FDA Protective Security Management. Bucks University.

    Sorry been away for a while. Answer is yes!
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    ISMI level 6 diploma v Btec level 5 diploma in security management

    If I can jump in? The NQF and FHEQ levels are not the same. Higher Education (University) and Further Education (College) levels are different. University programmes are not required to map to NOS or other industry frameworks - although they often are as part of the development and design...
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    Security Consultancy Qualifications

    There is no direct mapping to this. The point (and my point of view) is that the CPP/PSP are the major internationally recognised certs in security. Now; we can discuss relative merits of content, exams, and whether it is too US-focused but it is a baseline qualification that is internationally...
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    Anubis ceases trading-future of CSC qualification?

    Bucks New University now owns the course in toto. I recruited the main tutor as a Senior Lecturer and purchased the course IP. The programme retains its content and academic credits and we are delivering the Module that was not able to be completed when Anubis went into liquidation, honouring...
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    FDA Protective Security Management. Bucks University.

    OK Alex look forward to hearing from you.
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    Certified Security Consultant

    It's a link to a blog. However, do feel free to report to the moderators and I'm sure they'll take it down.
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    Certified Security Consultant

    OK, well we'll stick with it in the hope that perhaps some others may find it of use.
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    Certified Security Consultant

    You do need expertise to be a security consultant; but you also need understanding of principles, theories, corporate approaches, operating environments, enterprise and governance, the types of things that organisations expect from consultants alongside the subject specific knowledge. Placing...
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    FDA Protective Security Management. Bucks University.

    Hi I am Head of the Department that runs this programme. Carmdale is correct in some ways but wrong about FDs. They are degrees, designed to be work-related and validate your experience and capability. The subject areas in the FD are designed to provide knowledge and understanding of...
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    Certified Security Consultant

    http://buckssecurity.wordpress.com/2013/11/06/certified-security-consultant/ If you have the opportunity please take a look at the news on the CSC.
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    Certified Security Consultant - New Home

    Certified Security Consultant Latest | bucks new uni security
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    Certified Security Consultant - New Home

    I take it you wouldn't like further details?
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    Certified Security Consultant - New Home

    I am pleased to inform all that may be interested that the Certified Security Consultant programme will continue with Bucks New University. The course retains its content, delivery method, academic credits, and main tutor. We are working on detail and arrangements now and more will be...
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    Anubis ceases trading-future of CSC qualification?

    The CSC is accredited by the University, which means that it earns credits. Of course it is a route into University programmes, but it doesn't generate huge income at all. It does give an opportunity for development of the industry and that is the reason for the accreditation; if there was an...
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    Anubis ceases trading-future of CSC qualification?

    The course is recognised as earning successful completers academic credits at Level 5. It is recognised as a programme that evidences knowledge and understanding of key areas of security management that are essential elements of consultancy skill. It is recognised as having been devised and...
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    Finishing MSc in security & risk mgmnt Leicester Uni

    PM me and we can perhaps discuss ours (Bucks) and Leicester's (which I did at the behest of my previous employer) and explain why I designed ours differently. All of them have different approaches, advantages and disadvantages, and you probably need to link it closely to what you envisage your...
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    Security Institute Diploma in Security Management

    You might find something to interest you here: bucks new uni security | Innovative Education for Security and Resilience professionals
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    Security Institute Diploma in Security Management

    Why not ask the people who marked it?
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    Online learning

    Just a note of caution here - Coursera programmes do not give you academic credits! They are great free sources of background info and knowledge and provide an excellent resource and this type of thing has a big future. But (from their T&Cs): 'You acknowledge that the Statement of...
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