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Security Guard Manual

Security Guard Manual

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European Vocational Training Manual For Basic Guarding 
April 2001
Louis Spaninks CINOP,Larry Quinn & John Byrne FTSIn close co-operation with members of CoESS and UNI-EuropaSupported by the European Commission :DG Éducation and Culture + DG Employment and Social AffairsOriginal document in English
.Translation
:OEC,LyonDesign and publication :Réédition,France
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Statement of mutual acknoledgement by the social partners,COESS et UNI-EUROPA.
roject supported by the Euro  Commission DGEducation and Culture,under the Leonardo Program ( NL/96 /2/1136/Pl/ll,1.1.b/FPC) and DG Employment and Social Affairs .
The european Vo cat i o nal Training Manual for Basic Guarding withinthe Guarding Services sector of the PrivateSecurity Industry in Europe is the culmina-tion of 3 years intensive work and extensi-ve cooperation by the Social Partners,COESS and UNI-EUROPA,supported by DGEducation and Cultureand DGEmployment and Social Affairs. The successful completion of this projecthas been acheved through activepaticipation, mutual respect between theSocial partners.This cooperation hasensured the structured, professional andhigh quality contens contained with theEuropean Vocational Training Manual forBasic Guarding.The Social partners feel strongly that it isessential in order to maintain standardsand increase professionalism in theSecurity Industry, that the europeanVocational training Manual for BasicGuarding and it’s contents, which havebeen agreed by the Social Partners shallfrom the minimum basis for the training ofsecurity Guards throughout Europe atnational level.They also feel that delivery of thecontents by professional trained SecurityIndustry Trainers will ensure that theideology and methodology of lifetimevocational learning will progress theinterests of the SecurityGuard, thesecurity service providers and theNational Social Partners.This will ensure that the benefits of SocialDialogue as experienced by the SocialPartners at European Level is transferredto the National Level.Social Partners, COESSand UNI-EURO-PA, acknowledge the work, cooperation andcontribution by professionals from bothsides within the sector during this project.They wish to thanks the EuropeanCommission through DGEducationand Culture Leonardo Program( N L /96 / 2 /1136/PI/II,1.1.b/FPC) and DG Employment and Social Affairs for theirinterest, contribution and support, for thisinnovative project.
Educational statement of introduction to the European Vocational Training Manual for Basic Guarding.
The contents of the «Statement of mu  ck ow gement by the Social Pa rt rs  San UNI-EURPA» indicates the  rocess that was undertaken and com- pleted in relation to the production of the ropean Vocational Training Manual ,fo  Basic Guard .
This Educational statement contains anindication of the purpose and use for theTraining manual and it’s contents.It is important for Security IndustryTrainers, who will deliver and present thematerial contained within the manual andfor the security Guards who will betrainees and who will be expected toachieve the Specific Learnings Outcomesfrom the educational contents of themanual, that they have an understandingand knowledge of the methodology usedin the structuring of the manual and it’scontents and how it can be transferredinto the security Traing environnement atNational Level.The generic formating of the manualcontents is done in order that theEuropean Security Industry will reconisepractices that are identical or similarthroughout europe and this will lead to theminimum basic knowledge beingstandardised throughout Europe.Those areas that are not generic, such asthe national legal Codes and legislation,have been deliberatedly left incomplete ofspecific details.This will allow eachcountry to insert the legal codes andlegislations, as will be required forminimum basic training of the SecurityGuard. Althrough the legal aeras are leftincomplete of details of the legal codessome guidance has been given for thelevel of detail that will be required tocomplete these sections at national level.The Social Partners feel that these aerasshall be completed in keeping with theNational Legal requirements as theypertain to that specific country.The delivery methodology used bySecurity Industry Trainers shall ensurethat the leaners of basic Security Guardshall acquire the relevent minimum basicknowledge required at National levels forLicensing or National standards, by theachievement of specific Learningoutcomes contained whithin Units 1 to 13.Assessment shall be to the Nationallyagreed criteria.Aclear understanding of the concept andideology which has lead to thisEducational statement willl be achievedwhen the readers of the EuropeanVocational training manual for BasicGuarding study it’s contents both thegeneric and nationaly specific areas andensure that the tutorial methodology isprofessionally stuctured to enableachievement by the leaners of theSpecific Learning Outcomes.
Marc Pissens Bernadette Tesch-Segol
PrésidentSecrétaire Régional
 
The result of the EPSSETproject is created through an intensive collaboration of social partners for Private Security Services:The project would not have been possible without the enormous support and contribution given by professionals in the sector,both from CoESS and UNI-Europa. The Training Manual has been approved by CoESS and UNI-Europa and is regarded as animportant first step on the road to achieving European wide professionalism in Private Security Services.The project has been supported initially by both DG Education and Culture (former DG22) under the Leonardo program and byDG Employment and Social Affairs (former DG5) through making it a permanent subject on the agenda of the European SocialDialogue for the sector.The project would not have been possible without the enormous support and contribution given by professionals in the sector,both from CoESS and UNI-Europa. The Training Manual has been approved by CoESS and UNI-Europa and is regarded as animportant first step on the road to achieving European wide professionalism in Private Security Services.
The organisations contributing to the project:Partners :
The conceptualisation of the Vocational Training standards in terms of structure and contents has been produced by CINOP,Louis Spaninks in close co-operation with Larry Quinn and John Byrne,Federation Training Services (FTS).CoESS 
(Conféderation Europeènne des Services deSécurité / European Confederation of Security Services) isthe European employers organisation representing privatesecurity companies. The members of CoESS are the natio-nal employers association for private security. CoESSrepresents around 6.000 companies in Europe withaltogether 500.000 employees. The main objectives ofCoESS are:To defend the interest of the member organisations;To contribute to harmonising national legislation;To implement economic, commercial, legal andsocial studies;To collect and distribute information concerning theobjectives;To follow the European policy through frequentcontacts with the Euroepan Commission;To develop a social dialogue with its counterpartfor the private security UNI-Europa.
Uni-Europa 
represents around 300,000 employees inthe Private Security industry in Europe, through 30 of itsaffiliated trade unions. The organisation services andcoordinates European Works Councils (EWC's) in the majorEuropean security companies, including Group 4 Securitas,Securitas AB and Securicor.The major theme of UNI-Europa's activities hasconcentrated on raising the standards in the industry.This has included jointly developing training programmesand encouraging the licensing of the industry. Regularexchanges take place at conferences of affiliates where thelatest developments are studied and discussed.
CoESS
Country 
:
U N I - E u ro p aV.S.O
Austria 
H.T.V. A.E.G.S.
Belgium 
CCAS-CSC / CG-FGTB / SETCaA.H.T.S.
Denmark 
D F S FA.S.S.I.
Finland 
TEKERIU.F.I.S.S.
France 
FdS-CFDT / FETS-FOB.D.W.S.
Germany 
Ö.T.V.Security Federation Ireland
Irland 
S I P T UASSVIGILANZA
Italy 
FILCAMS-CGIL / FISASCAT-CISL / UILTuCSV.P.B.
Netherlands 
FNV Bondgenoten / CNV Dienstenbond / De UnieAPROSER
Spain 
FEAD-CC.OO / FeS-UGT / ELA-STVB.F.R
Sweden 
Svenska Transprotarbetareförbundet / H.T.F.B.S.I.A.
United Kingdom 
GMB / T&GN.A.
Luxembourg 
DEP-OGB-L / FEP-FIT / LCGB-CLSCN.A.
Norway 
N o rsk Arbeidsmandsfo r bu n dA.E.S.S.
Switzerland 
VHTL/FCTA

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