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Setting Standards and Raising Skills in Aviation Security By David Greer
Setting Standards and Raising Skills in Aviation Security By David Greer
Setting Standards and Raising Skills in Aviation Security By David Greer
Setting Standards and Raising Skills in Aviation Security By David Greer
Setting Standards and Raising Skills in Aviation Security By David Greer
Setting Standards and Raising Skills in Aviation Security By David Greer
Setting Standards and Raising Skills in Aviation Security By David Greer
Setting Standards and Raising Skills in Aviation Security By David Greer
Setting Standards and Raising Skills in Aviation Security By David Greer
Setting Standards and Raising Skills in Aviation Security By David Greer
Setting Standards and Raising Skills in Aviation Security By David Greer
Setting Standards and Raising Skills in Aviation Security By David Greer
Setting Standards and Raising Skills in Aviation Security By David Greer
Setting Standards and Raising Skills in Aviation Security By David Greer
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Setting Standards and Raising Skills in Aviation Security By David Greer

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    • 1. SETTING STANDARDS AND RAISING SKILLS IN AVIATION SECURITY 31st January 2012David GreerCEO, Skills for Security © Skills for Security 2012 All rights reserved
    • 2. Skills for Security UK CredentialsUK Government’s Skills Body for the Security Industry.Responsible for UK National Occupational Standards,development of training programmes and qualifications,labour market research and skills forecasting.Leads the UK skills agenda for the security industry byproviding a comprehensive understanding of the currentand future skills needs, gaps and shortages in all 4 HomeNations. © Skills for Security 2012 All rights reserved
    • 3. Skills for Security UKCORE OBJECTIVES:•Operate across all security sectors including aviation and sea ports.•Engage and advise Governments and regulatory bodies within the UK andinternationally•Provide strategic advice for partners such as the UK Regulator (SecurityIndustry Authority), the Department for Transport and TRANSEC, the Policeand Armed Services and buyers of Security in every economic sector.•Deliver a range of educational and related services, improving skills,developing National Occupational Standards (NOS) and associatedqualifications, raising professionalism and helping to provide a sector workforcethat is highly trained and fit for purpose.•Promote recruitment and career development paths in the sector to help itattract and retain the best staff. © Skills for Security 2012 All rights reserved
    • 4. Terrorist methods are changing Glasgow Airport East Midlands Airport Incident Incident © Skills for Security 2012 All rights reserved
    • 5. Terrorists are using new technologies © Skills for Security 2012 All rights reserved
    • 6. The Proposition 2 + 2 = 5Effective + Effective = EffectiveTechnology People Security © Skills for Security 2012 All rights reserved
    • 7. SETTING STANDARDS AND RAISING SKILLS IN AVIATION SECURITYA partnership between state, business and individuals: © Skills for Security 2012 All rights reserved
    • 8. The Role of the State:• Set up a national skills and training regulator• Set minimum training and competency specifications for security staff and for supervisors and managers• Set licensing criteria for security service providers which include investment in both initial and ongoing competence• Commission independent testing, inspection and enforcement © Skills for Security 2012 All rights reserved
    • 9. The Role of the Business• Undertake comprehensive training needs analysis• Understand the importance of the roles of supervisors and managers in security operations• Critically evaluate recruitment strategies, staff investment programmes and the terms and conditions and support for staff• Evidence an annual programme of staff training and management development © Skills for Security 2012 All rights reserved
    • 10. The Role of the Individual• Understand the limits of the technology and tools at their disposal• Understand the issues of liquid explosives and the ability of the technology to detect• Understand their role in supplementing technology• Understand their role in interacting with the public © Skills for Security 2012 All rights reserved
    • 11. Criteria for trainingStandard Training Programmes• Agreed national competency specifications and training programmesSpecialist Training Programmes• New technology = New certified training programmes• Role specific trainingTraining providers licensed and inspected © Skills for Security 2012 All rights reserved
    • 12. Compliance and Enforcement• Business licensing• Screening and vetting of individuals• Training to accredited standards• Independent ‘stress testing’ © Skills for Security 2012 All rights reserved
    • 13. ConclusionsTerrorist technology and methods are adapting so we must adapt:Adapt/advance our technologyAdapt/advance our people Actions to consider:•Set up a skills and training regulator•Aim to regulate both businesses and individuals•Implement national minimum skills and competencystandards for both managers/supervisors and staff•Plan, train and test © Skills for Security 2012 All rights reserved
    • 14. WHAT CAN WE DO TO HELP?• Consultancy to set up the legal criteria, standards and governance programmes• Design legal frameworks to regulate the training industry• Consultancy to complete the Training Needs Analysis• Be-spoke training programmes in all aspects of security deployment © Skills for Security 2012 All rights reserved

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