Security Industry Institute

11 Eunos Road 8 #07-03 Lifelong Learning Institute, Singapore 408601

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@Security Industry Institute 2017-11-25

Congrats to Toby Koh of Ademco Security Group and Simon Ng of Leacov for winning the EYA!!!

@Security Industry Institute 2017-11-24

Something to look forward to!

@Security Industry Institute 2017-11-24

@Security Industry Institute 2017-11-23

In a bid to attract people to join the private security industry, the basic pay for security officers will go up by $300 over the next 3 years.

@Security Industry Institute 2017-11-16

Skillsfuture Study Award for Private Security Sector is open for registration now! Application Period 30 Oct 2017 - 26 Jan 2018 Evaluation Process Evaluation of applications will take about 4 to 6 weeks after the closing date. Shortlisted applicants will be notified by MHA.

@Security Industry Institute 2017-11-16

A moment of greed and folly will lead to a lifetime of regret. Is it worth losing your job and possibly your entire career in the private security industry over this?

@Security Industry Institute 2017-11-15

This is one of the reasons why Singapore did not adopt minimum wage but a progressive wage model (PWM) for the security, cleaning and landscaping industry. In our opinion, the PWM implementation is relatively successful and security officers have seen their pay rise significantly.

@Security Industry Institute 2017-11-13

Social media is increasingly being used by terrorist groups to influence their audience and further their agenda. Constant exposure to the propaganda of extremist and radical groups online may lead to misguided individuals who believe that participation in such conflicts is a religious duty. If you know of someone who appears to have fallen prey, please refer them to the experts so that they can be given appropriate help and be rehabilitated.

@Security Industry Institute 2017-11-10

Closed-circuit surveillance cameras and drones using NEC's Neoface facial recognition technology that is the fastest in the world allows the police to pick out criminal suspects from a crowd using artificial intelligence. They can possibly detect, tag and track a person anywhere in Singapore. Most importantly all this information can be synchronised to the responding officers' smartphones - allowing them to know where the culprit is in real time.

@Security Industry Institute 2017-11-08

What do all of you think of Michael’s suggestion that off-duty policeman should be allowed to carry weapons to deter potential lone-wolf attacks using trucks at areas with high concentration of tourist traffic? We reckon a better approach would be to train everyone, not just security personnel for the security WSQ module “Recognise Terrorist Threats”. Come learn what are some of the tell-tale signs of suspicious activities/behaviors. Sign up on our website or call us at 6225 5744 to find out more.

@Security Industry Institute 2017-11-07

The annual Hotel Security Awards held at the Furama Riverfront Singapore honoured 22 hotel workers for their vigilance, bravery and acts of honesty. This year, 90 hotels were also recognised for their security capabilities. Minister in the Prime Minister's Office and Second Minister for Manpower and Home Affairs Josephine Teo presented the awards.

@Security Industry Institute 2017-11-06

Berita Harian ran a full-page feature on the recipients of the SkillsFuture Study Award for the Private Security Sector which were given out at the recent Security Industry Conference (SIC) 2017. Three of the five recipients were featured - Nur Khafi Shamsi, Mohammed Amin Ahmed and Muhamed Fareez Basheer are studying for the diploma in Security Management, Security Industry Institute, TP. The bond-free awards, valued at $5,000 each, are meant to support their pursuit of industry-relevant diploma or degree courses. Mr Mohammad Fareez was quoted saying that one of the interesting facets of studying for the diploma, is that TP allows the students to pick modules that were more relevant and suited to their current jobs. He is also benefiting from the communication and conflict management skills he is learning, as well as the sharing done by lecturers and other students. Our heartiest congratulations to all of them!

@Security Industry Institute 2017-11-03

Will this clear the path for the wider spread use of drones for Physical Security? There are so many applications but we are restricted by rules and regulations.

@Security Industry Institute 2017-11-02

Does this sound familiar to some of you? Sometime processes/protocols set by the management create conflicts between security officers and visitors because of the inconvenience caused. Perhaps all these could be prevented if the security plans are incorporated into their designs before the building was even erected.

@Security Industry Institute 2017-11-02

SII is pleased to invite you to a complimentary CPR/AED lunch time hands-on training in support of the Lifelong Learning Festival 2017 on 15 Nov 2017 (Wed).

@Security Industry Institute 2017-11-01

Halloween turned into a nightmare after a truck driver killed eight people in one of New York's trendiest neighbourhoods. Accordingly to other news reports, the suspect identified as a 29-year-old Uzbek citizen apparently shouted "Allahu Akbar!” after being confronted by policemen after the attack. If you have attended our Security Industry Conference and heard what our experts have to say, lone wolf terrorist attacks such as this are getting increasing common around the world. This is one of the reasons why “Recognise Terrorist Threats” (RTT) is being made mandatory as the 3rd module for Security officers in Singapore. Want to know more about RTT and the rest of our offerings? Contact us at 6225 5744 or email to: [email protected] today!

@Security Industry Institute 2017-10-31

A timely reminder for applicants who are keen to use their SkillsFuture Credits for courses. Claims may be submitted up to 60 days before the start date of the course till the day of the course's commencement. Please contact SkillsFuture Singapore via their feedback portal at or call 6785- 5785 if you need further assistance.

@Security Industry Institute 2017-10-27

In this second web episode , Jason shares with the host Youyi on how a security officer identifies a suspicious character. Theses pointers are useful even for the general public ! Want to know more about our programmes ? Visit our webpage to find out more.

@Security Industry Institute 2017-10-26

In this web episode, our trainer, Jason teaches the host, Youyi how a security officer identifies if a suspicious vehicle is stolen.

@Security Industry Institute 2017-10-25

Did you all manage to catch SII on channel 8’s 狮城有约 on 23 Oct 17? SII was privileged to have the folks from Mediacorp over at our premises to interview our student and staff for their programme 乐学梦起飞:军人转行当保安. You can watch the segment online from this link.

@Security Industry Institute 2017-10-20

If you have been following our posts, we have been sharing the importance of our security WSQ module “Recognise Terrorist Threats” (RTT). Currently, security officers have to complete two Workforce Skills Qualification (WSQ) basic licensing units. From 1 Jan 2020, security officers will be required to obtain a third basic licensing unit, known as RTT. Do not wait! Register with SII today. Call 68483917, email: [email protected] or visit our webpage for more information

@Security Industry Institute 2017-10-19

Every organisation in Singapore and Asia is at risk from a host of cyber threats. But does your organisation know what cyber threats are and how to manage your cybersecurity risks? This course takes you through the most current and relevant cyber threats in Singapore and internationally, and helps you to develop cyber risk mitigation strategies and best practice policies. Whether the attack comes from ransomware, denial of service (DDOS), website defacement, or phishing (email scams), your organisation needs to know what they are, in order to know what to do about them. With this knowledge, your organisation needs people, processes and technology to work together for better security. This course shares best practices that organisations can implement for better protection, either for themselves or for their clients. The course is conducted by an expert in Cybersecurity Law and Policy, and provides a comprehensive view of key technologies and strategies. You will develop a broad understanding of cybersecurity from the standpoint of organisational management; security vulnerabilities and risks; legal, cost, and privacy concerns; organisational strategies; and national security. Who should Attend This course will be useful for C-suite Executives, Managers who are involved in making cybersecurity decisions, professionals involved in managing cybersecurity in their organisations, and anyone who needs to: Understand how cybersecurity can impact your business Engage with management or other stakeholders about cybersecurity challenges, and Develop a cybersecurity strategy for your organisation No prior technical knowledge is required. Fee per participant (with GST): $267.50 (inclusive of GST) for non-Singaporeans $80* (inclusive of GST) for Singaporeans/PRs *Fees are after SSG Funding. Terms and Conditions apply. There will be a short assessment at the end of the course.

@Security Industry Institute 2017-10-19

Major security flaws just discovered have put billions of Wi-Fi devices at risk worldwide, including almost every Internet user in Singapore. This will affect nearly every device that uses Wi-Fi, including routers, smartphones, computers and surveillance cameras. Join us for an upcoming Masterclass on Cyber Threats and hear from the expert, Mr Benjamin Ang, Senior Fellow in cybersecurity issues at RSIS on how to manage your cybersecurity risks. Read more about the programme & register on our webpage here:

@Security Industry Institute 2017-10-18

SII would like to wish all our Hindu friends, Happy Deepavali!

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The Security Industry Institute (SII) was set up in September 2007 to offer nationally recognised and comprehensive professional security training and quality job placements for security personnel.


The Security Industry Institute (SII) was set up in September 2007 to offer nationally recognised and comprehensive professional security training and placement for security personnel.

Jointly established by Temasek Polytechnic (TP) and SkillsFuture Singapore (formally known as Singapore Workforce Development Agency), SII aims to enhance the security industry’s professional and operating standards and employability of the workforce through various skills upgrading initiatives.

Security personnel would now be able to undergo nationally recognized and comprehensive professional training under the Security Workforce Skills Qualification (WSQ) framework.

Company Overview

Jointly established by Temasek Polytechnic (TP) and SkillsFuture Singapore (formally known as Singapore Workforce Development Agency), SII aims to enhance the security industry’s professional and operating standards and employability of the workforce through various skills upgrading initiatives.


SII aims to enhance the security industry’s professional and operating standards, image and employability of the workforce through various skills upgrading initiatives. This includes retraining unemployed Singaporeans and Singapore Permanent Residents to find employment in the security sector as well as promoting in-employment skills upgrading. SII will be the key training provider to train both existing security workforce and new entrants.


Security Industry Institute was founded in 01 September 2007


SII offers training programmes which are aligned to meet the national standards - Security Workforce Skills Qualifications.

The levels of Security WSQ qualifications offered are:

Certificate in Security Operations
Advanced Certificate in Security Supervision
Diploma in Security Management

SII also provides quality career counselling and placements to security positions with security agencies and in-house companies


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