Becoming a Security Manager?

Thinking about becoming a Security Manager? Do you lack the confidence because you didn't do well at school? Do you have plenty of security experience? 

Silverback Security Academy offers two degree level university accredited courses in security management.  The courses are accredited by Edinburgh Napier University 

The Certificate in Security Management

This course is open to anyone working in or intending to work in the Security Industry. You will learn about counter terrorism, crisis management, event security, cyber & and information security and more 

The Diploma in Security Management

This course is aimed at security practitioners with some industry experience. You will learn about a range of topics that dovetail with security such as business resilience, logistics & infrastructure, remote and hostile areas security operations, leading and managing security operations and more.

 Completing both successfully gives you direct entry to the third year of a Bachelor’s Degree

 Both courses include: 

  • Up to date and knowledge and skills relevant to the security industry and taught by practising professionals
  • Leadership and management skills and knowledge relevant to your professional development as a security manager
  • An approach to learning which builds on your skills and experience and prepares you for university study by developing your ability to investigate and critically analyse situations and write well prepared reports.

 Each course consists of six modules, delivered over a  year through weekend workshops, two delivered online and four at Missenden Abbey in Buckinghamshire.  Click here for more detail

 Special offer for GSIP members: We offer 10% discount exclusive to Guild members – saving you £220.00. 

Visit our website to register your interest. Don’t forget to quote your Guild membership number.

Why does learning with Silverback seem easier?

Silverback's Professor Patrick Smith does not fall into the normal pattern of the academic professor, though he has published extensively on the subjects of learning, education and the role of each in leadership. In this video he explains in 'everyday' terms the Silverback philosophy that makes learning more successful, much more enjoyable, and the 'Cool Curve'.