certified security professional

9 years 1 month ago #7314 by kim sallinas
ahh kaya pala... :

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9 years 1 month ago #7348 by jason04
nagpaplano din akong kumuha nyan . . .

madali ang promotion pag csp ka sa security industry . . .

officers sa office namin puro csp . . .

ang certified protection prof. (CPP) naman ay mas maganda sa csp . . .

mahal nga lang ang bayad sa review and exam . . .

meron ding certified fraud professional (CFE) . . .

im not sure kung meron nyan d2 sa pinas kasi mostly sa U.S. sya . . .

ung may ari ng sikat na private detective agency d2 sa pinas ay CSP, CFE, and CPP

It is not the color or the rubber that makes a balloon fly. But whats inside it . .. . .<br />just like people.....

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7 years 3 months ago #9037 by Merlo P. Solis
Sir,
In your comment you clearly discussed that PSIS is a non-government organization, why you ask government to act on this.
FYI po, dating cadet din ako sa isang military institution at BS Criminology graduate at board passer. Joined to police service and due to some circumstances I opted to resign. Dati iniisip ko na kapag board passer ka okay na para sa security industry, pero mali pala dati sobrang tiwala ko sa sarili at sabi ko dahil board passer ako wala ng aspect sa security ang hindi ko alam. Noong nasa security industry na ako doon ko napagtanto na ang board exam natin focused on criminology aspects and a little bit on security matters. Kaya i decided to take a review course on Industrial security management at doon ko napagtanto na napakalawak pala ng security at hindi basta-basta lang. Marami ako natutunan doon sa aspect ng security audit, risk assessment at pagpapatakbo ng security service provider.
Hindi lang ganon na pupunta ka doon para mag exam, kahit pasado ka sa exam may thesis ka or security audit na dapat mai-defend mo sa harap ng professors mo doon. At kapag CSP ka na hindi naman agad-agad tanggapin ka ng mga malalaking company para sa mga executive position kundi dadaan ka rin sa kanilang proseso, kasama na rito ang interview at doon mo ipapakita ang iyong plans and programs pati na rin ang immediate at long term goals mo.
Try to enrol so you have a clearer view.

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7 years 3 months ago #9096 by spook46
i'm a licensed criminologist and a csp. walang mawawala sa iyo kung mag pa certify ka or take additional trainings. hindi naman din lahat matututunan mo sa school.paano nalang kaya yung mga galing sa mga fly-by-night at mga diploma mill na schools.

Cook it!

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7 years 2 months ago #9119 by Percival A. Camello
I am a Security Officer,still working in one of the leading hotel here in Manila,,I am planning to take up CSP..can you help me to find a good school for it?..many thanx,..

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7 years 3 weeks ago #9305 by Joel
first of all its not recognize by the government unlike in safety it is recognize but DOLE. so if other companies are requiring this, maybe they should look again. think about this, if you are already employed as a security for more than 5 yrs., or compared to an applicant wothout experience but with CSP a training for 3-5 days in security which one will you hire?

common lets be realistic on this.... some security practitioner only like to have a CSP because of their promotional ads or just to say they have a background in security.
CORRECT? :(

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