Whether it’s protecting your customers and staff from harm, reducing product loss, or protecting the reputation of your organisation, SABER Training will enhance your security posture and help reduce organisational risk, whether it be from terrorism, theft or anti-social behaviour. Through effective observation and directed conversation coupled with proper evaluation of the physiological and verbal responses, your teams can be better prepared to identify people who are being deceptive or have criminal intent.
The SABER program provides robust learning on reliable indicators and predictors of suspicious behaviours and hostile intentions such as the involuntary emotional and physical behavioral cues that manifest whilst people are engaged in deceptive or criminal activity or when carrying out activities that aim to cause harm to others.
SABER is designed for anyone working in any of the following areas and more:
- Venues and Tourist Attractions
- Sporting Events
- Transport Networks and Hubs
- Shopping Centre’s
- Casino and Licensed premises
- Public Places
With 3 progressive levels of training, the SABER programs promote the utilisation of all staff to become part of your layered security presence. Whether it’s front of house service staff, cleaners, retail workers, or your security personnel, this training teaches participants to be more alert and aware of what is happening around them, identifying anyone or anything that could be considered a threat, and it provides the proper tools to respond.
Behaviour Detection is a powerful component of any integrated security framework as it complements, and is complemented by, other security measures. Whether you are deterring shoplifters, terrorists or any other individuals who may come to your site for malicious reasons, it requires a systematic approach and the SABER program can help add an additional layer to your protective security.
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Course Fee: $325
Upcoming Course Dates
Wednesday 28th July 8:30am – 4:30pm
Tuesday 10th August 8:30am – 4:30pm
Tuesday 24th August 8:30am – 4:30pm
Tuesday 7th September 8:30am – 4:30pm
Tuesday 21st September 8:30am – 4:30pm