CCTP - Certified Counter Terrorism Practitioner, training course plus exam


Full Registered User
Dear Security Professionals,

To those of you with several years’ experience in the Security Industry you may be interested to learn of a Counter Terrorism Practitioner Certification course to be delivered in the UK between 18th and 20th July 2017.

The certification package is aimed at mid to senior level security professionals and requires an element of preparatory work plus 3 day attendance at a UK learning centre followed by exam. If passed successfully the individual may carry the post nominal “CCTP†(Certified Counter Terrorism Practitioner) evidencing the fact that the individual has gained a good understanding and is knowledgeable in matters pertaining to those expected of a Counter Terrorism Practitioner.

The course is being delivered by a highly respected and former member of one of the World's Secret Services and VIP Protection Units who was also the Chief Instructor and Department Head of the Bomb Security Department. He has been responsible for the training of hundreds of Security Professionals around the globe and is now pleased to be delivering the first CCTP course to be made available in the UK.

If you are interested in reserving a place on this important course or require further details and information on subsequent course dates then please click on the following link
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Full Registered User
Weight of CCTP in the UK

Interested to know who has completed this from the UK and their thoughts on it?...


Longterm Registered User

I would be grateful for more information on the training.

Is there a pre read, does the trainer have any training qualifications, the training does it consist of blended learning, are there case studies, homework, etc?



Longterm Registered User
Well I have finally found out about this course from a former colleague who paid his money and spent three boring days in front of a screen being the victim of death by power point.

No other learning experiences were encountered or experienced.

He stated that some of the slides contained inaccurate information and were often written in poor English.

His advice was to save your money, as it was unlikely that anyone will learn anything on the course, however, you do get a fancy certificate which may impress some clients and employers who are not in the know.