Tactical Communication for SPs

2 hours

Online Course

$20 +GST

Course Overview:

The Tactical Communication course will provide an overview of “safety”, personal safety strategies, the elements of a safe interview stance, relative positioning that could be used in an encounter, the importance of continuous assessment, “tactical communication” strategies to resolve situations, national use of force model and desired outcomes.

Target Audience: This course forms part of our ProSec: Professional Security Training series.  It is intended for those interested in pursuing a career in the security industry or for those already working as security professionals and would like to learn new skills and/or improve their current skill set. 

Prerequisites: None.

Completion: Certificate digitally issued and delivered upon successful completion, minimum 80% passing grade

Accreditation: Certification from Sting Executive Group International Inc.

Length: 1-2 hours.

Course Content: 

  • Safety

  • Relative Positioning

  • Levels of Risk
  • Continuous Assessment

  • Influencing Factors

  • Tactical Communication

Learning outcomes:  This course will help you learn how to:

  1. Define “safety”

  2. Describe the elements of a safe interview stance.

  3. Describe the various relative positions that could be used in an encounter.

  4. Explain the importance of continuous assessment.

  5. Define “tactical communication.”

  6. State the goal and benefits of tactical communication.

  7. Explain how tactical communication fits in the National Use of Force Model.

  8. Apply three tactical communication strategies.

  9. Describe the desired outcomes of tactical communication.

  10. List personal safety strategies.

Costs and supplies:

Price: $20.00

Fees: The fee includes access codes for the online course.

Refund policy:  This course is emailed out digitally, and delivered instantly once payment is received.  Therefore, it is impossible for you to return a product for a refund. All sales are final and no refunds will be given.



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