In addition to security, there are personal safety training and compliance courses available to raise safety standards in the workplace.

For our non-licensed staff we deliver our own induction and training programme to enable our stewards to become prepared and ready for deployment within crowded places. This includes health and safety awareness, communication skills, conflict management, radio operation, fire evacuation and operational protocol.


Their Training provides numerous accredited courses enabling professional staff development please see a summary below:-
Close protection

Door supervision
Security guarding
Vehicle immobilizer
CC / TV
Physical intervention Control and Restraint
First Aid courses
Fire Training
Specialist Search Training
We have advised stringent parameters for the recruitment of our security guards. Desirable attributes include aptitude, education, age, physical fitness and social background. Our guards are personally handpicked by our field experts and go through further and repeated scrutiny and in house verification by our team. We also look into minor details and obtain valid age proofs and residential proofs.
Police verification is conducted at regular intervals to ensure maximum safety. The recruitment group follows a comprehensive recruitment procedure to ensure customized security services to all clients. Our Team, in addition to being experts in security, are also experts in personal assessment. Recruitment paves for a rigorous training procedure where each guard goes through rigorous physical and mental grinding.
We impart advanced skills to our security personnel such as acquisition of combative skills, handing weapons (guns etc.), monitoring first aid and register maintenance alongside the basic duties.
Tasks & Duties
Site Assessment Risk Assessment

Threat Perceptions Contingency Planning

Practice Drills Physical Aspects
Professional Knowledge and Skills
People Skills
Positive Attitude

Environmental Training
SYLLABUS FOR SECURITY GUARD / SUPERVISOR TRAINING (Minimum 100 hrs. of Class room instructions and 60 hours of field training spread over 20 working days. For ex-servicemen and former policemen – condensed course — Minimum 40 hours of class room instructions and 16 hours field training spread over at least 7 working days.) Setting up of a guard room;
Vehicular checking techniques; Personnel search techniques; Conduct in public and correct wearing of uniform;
Physical fitness training;
Physical security, security of the assets, security of the building or apartment, personnel security, household security; Prevention of Fire and Firefighting;
Crowd control;
Examining identification papers including identity cards, passports and smart cards;
Training and development (T&D) encompasses three main activities: training, education, and development. Many professionals relating to training note that these ideas are often considered to be synonymous. However, to practitioners, they encompass three separate, although interrelated, activities
Training: This activity is both focused upon, and evaluated against, the job that an individual currently holds
Education: This activity focuses upon the jobs that an individual may potentially hold in the future, and is evaluated against those jobs.
Development: This activity focuses upon the activities that the organization employing the individual, or that the individual is part of, may partake in the future, and is almost impossible to evaluate.
The “stakeholders” in training and development are categorized into several classes. The sponsors of training and development are senior managers. The clients of training and development are business planners.
Line managers are responsible for coaching, resources, and performance. The participants are those who actually undergo the processes. The facilitators are Human Resource Management staff.
And the providers are specialists in the field. Each of these groups has its own agenda and motivations, which sometimes conflict with the agendas and motivations of the others.
The conflicts are the best part of career consequences are those that take place between employees and their b
osses. The number one reason people leave their jobs is conflict with their bosses. Training an employee to get along well with authority and with people who entertain diverse points of view is one of the best guarantees of long-term success. Talent, knowledge, and skill alone won’t compensate for a sour relationship with a superior, peer, or customer
Physical Security Training

Physical security is primarily concerned with restricting physical access by unauthorized people (commonly interpreted as intruders) to controlled facilities, although there are other considerations and situations in which physical security measures are valuable (for example, limiting access within a facility and/or to specific assets, and environmental controls to reduce physical incidents such as fires and floods).

At Sevens. we realize that complex problems require immediate, effective solutions. With our extensive experience working with organizations on Security Consulting and Security Awareness Training projects, we work with clients to identify, assess, and plan effective solutions to reduce risk and vulnerabilities. At the same time, we develop customized training programs to enlighten and inform the employees to enable them to understand the new security measures and achieve their willing cooperation in becoming a valued member of the organization’s security team.
Our dynamic Physical Security Training programs will empower your employees to contribute to a safer, more secure work environment.
We have developed training programs/modules for managers, supervisors respectively as per the requirement of the job or assignment.
Training Programmes for Security Managers & Officers
At Sevens. The cours
es/programs are designed both for newly appointed security managers and also for those who want to gain updates and insights into the latest techniques, technologies and methods of managing a complex security operation in an environment of ever-changing and more complex threats. Business Continuity Planning.
Risk Assessment and Threat Vulnerability
Investigations
Training Programmes for Supervisors
Supervisor, Head Guard, Inspector and Assignment Manager can attend this programme. The below listed modules and topics will be discussed during the session.
Training Programmes for Security Guards
The average security guard in India is often under screened, undertrained, under supervised, and underpaid. India’s Private Security Agencies Regulation Act, 2005 (PSAR), was created to improve private security standards in the country by issuing licenses to security companies. It also sets minimum standards for security guards, such as 160 hours of training before deployment. The private security business, an Rs 22,000 crore industry now, would touch Rs 50,000 crore as security has become top priority for Indian corporate houses.
Basic Security Guard Programme [BSGP]
Training Modules :
Physical Security Management General Awareness
Disaster Management, Fire Fighting & First Aid Legal Aspects of Security
Security Operations and Equipment Drill, PT, Weapon Training
Soft Skills and English Speaking Basic Computer Skills
Bombs and Improvised Explosive Devices
Security guards wear different hats at different places of work. Some security guards wear uniforms and others wear normal clothing. A lot of people think that a security guard’s primary job is to stand by the door and guard the building he has been assigned to. The truth is they have to do much more than that. Security guards, undergo entry-level and continual training programmes conducted by Sevens., providing the individual with superior skills in threat detection, protection, combat, fire-fighting, materials control, accounting, electronic security, soft-skills, conflict resolution and respect for the client. These training modules enable the security guards not only to handle physical security requirement, but also situations that call for intelligence, responsiveness and judgment.”
Security Refresher Training Programme [SRTP] Training Modules :
First Responder-Bomb Threat First Aid
Body Language Overview Electronic Security
Identifying and Handling Suspicious Signs Fire Fighting
Practical Legal Aspects Internal Theft Controls
Executive Protection Bomb Threat Procedure
Search Procedure Evacuation Procedure
Parking Management Cargo Security
Work Place Violence Soft Skills
At Sevens. The courses/programs are designed both for newly appointed security managers and also for those who want to gain updates and insights into the latest techniques, technologies and methods of managing a complex security operation in an environment of ever-changing and more complex threats.
Training Programmes for Security Managers & Officers
At Sevens. The courses/programs are designed both for newly appointed se

curity managers and also for those who want to gain updates and insights into the latest techniques, technologies and methods of managing a complex security operation in an environment of ever-changing and more complex threats.