Our Certificated Security CPD training courses are recognised by the Security Institute, the UK’s largest professional membership body for security professionals

Each course counts as 2 CPD points.


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What’s involved?

You first need select and purchase the certificated security CPD e-learning course you want to take. (See below.)

You will then be provided with Log-In details to access the e-learning course content.

You then have up to three months to complete the course and qualify.

Reading and assimilating the training content for each course should take about an hour.

When you are ready, you can take the Online Exam. This consists of 16 Questions (multiple-choice).

The Exam is time limited to 35 minutes.

You need to answer at least 12 questions correctly to pass (75%).

As soon as you qualify, you can download a personalised certificate, endorsed by the Security Institute to the value of the CPD Points shown.

If you don’t pass first time, don’t worry. You can take the Exam up to three times before you have to re-apply.

Select a certificated, security CPD e-learning course

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Challenging Behaviour

Challenging Behaviour can range from mildly uncooperative to highly disruptive and dangerous conduct. This Certificated Security CPD e-learning course explains why Challenging Behaviour occurs and how best to prevent it.

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Recognising Mental Ill Health & Learning Difficulties

This Certificated Security CPD e-learning course provides insight to the characteristic signs, traits and symptoms of people who have mental ill health and learning difficulties.

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Self-Harm Awareness

This Certificated Security CPD e-learning course informs about the nature of and extent of self-harming in the UK and provides guidance on how best to support people who have self-harmed or are considered ‘at risk’.

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