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Application

Interested individuals may apply online here 

Generally, a course run is opened for online application only about 12 weeks before the scheduled training date and will close about 2 weeks before course commencement date or when the maximum number of applications is reached, whichever is earlier. 

Courses with a “Commencement Date” available for selection in the “Online Application for Part Time Courses” system means that particular course run is available for application. If you do not see a commencement date of the course that you want, it means that the application for that course run has closed or it is not opened for application yet.

After the online application closes and upon confirmation of the running of the class, a confirmation letter of offer will be sent via email to and reach the applicant about 1 week before the course commencement date. The course fee, payment method, enrolment and other information will be provided in the letter. Applicants must provide a valid email address during the online application in order to receive the softcopy confirmation letter of offer.

For general enquiries, please contact:

Security Industry Institute
Hotline: 6225 5744 (6-CALL-SII)
Email: sii@tp.edu.sg

Security Industry Institute reserves the right to alter the course, modify the scale of fees, amend any other information or cancel classes with low enrolment.

Modules

Synopsis

Core Modules

1. Capability Development (Achieve Work Effectiveness in Security Environment) (SEC-PDV-4001-1.1)
2. Contingency Management (Assess and Manage Security Risk Control Measures) (SEC-SOP-4003-1.1)
3. Conflict Resolution Management (Manage and Resolve Conflict in Security Environment) (SEC-PDV-4002-1.1)
4. Security Operation Compliance (Manage Security Agency within Legal Framework) (SEC-SOP-4011-1.1)
5. Quality Assurance and Audit (Manage Security Operations) (SEC-SRM-4001-1.1)
6. Manpower Planning (Develop a Security Manpower Deployment Plan) (SEC-SOP-4008-1.1)
7. Contract Management (Prepare and Submit Tender for Security Services) (SEC-LDR-4001-1.1)
8. Performance Management (Manage Performance of Security Personnel) (SEC-PDV-4003-1.1)
9. Financial Management (Manage Security Business) (SEC-LDR-4003-1.1)
10. Incident Response (Manage Security Emergencies) (SEC-ICM-4003-1.1)
11. Security Risk Analysis (Conduct Security Survey) (SEC-SRM-4002-1.1)
12. Access Control Management (Plan and Implement Security Systems) (SEC-TEM-4001-1.1)
13. Manpower Planning (Manage Recruitment and Selection of Security Personnel) (SEC-SOP-4008-1.1)

Course Calendar

Please preview the Course Calendar here.

NOTE:

  1. Assessment may be conducted on a different day after the last day of training.
  2. Trainees will be informed of their assessment date(s) on the 1st day of training.
  3. For modules assessed by POLWEL. A written test (with project submission) and final interview will be conducted on the 3rd and 4th week, respectively, after the last day of training. The affected modules are “Conduct Security Survey”, “ Manage Security Operations”, “Assess and Manage Security Risk Control Measures”, “Manage Security Business” and “Manage Security Emergencies”
  4. Security Industry Institute reserves the right to alter the course, modify the scale of fees, amend any other information or cancel classes with low enrolment.
  5. Currently, all our training programmes are conducted on a full-day basis from 9.00am to 6.00pm, unless otherwise advised.

Course Fees

Diploma in Security Management

Fee per module (including GST)

Singapore Citizens

Permanent Residents

Others

Full course fee

NA NA $1,300.00

Nett course fee (70% subsidy)

$390.00 $390.00 NA

Nett course fee under SkillsFuture Mid-career Enhanced Subsidy (>=40 years old) (90% subsidy)*

$147.00

NA

NA

NA = Not applicable

Subsidies Available

Self-Sponsored Trainees

  1. Self-sponsored trainees will qualify for The SkillsFuture Mid-Career Enhanced Subsidy if they are Singapore Citizens aged 40 years and above.
  2. NTUC Union members will enjoy 50% unfunded course fee (i.e. the balance course fee payable after applicable government subsidy) support up to $250 per calendar year under the Union Training Assistance Programme (UTAP). The unfunded portion of the course fee must be S$20 and above. This excludes GST, registration and other miscellaneous fees.

Please visit the NTUC UTAP webpage here for more information.

Re-assessment Fee

(inclusive of GST)

Course Code

Module

Re-Assessment fee

WJB

Manage Security Operations

$270.00

WJC

Manage Security Agency Within Legal Framework

$160.50

WJQ

Assess and Manage Security Risk Control Measure

$270.00

WJJ

Manage & Resolve Conflict In Security Environment

$160.50

WJI

Achieve Work Effectiveness In Security Environment

WJF

Develop A Security Manpower Deployment Plan

WJG

Prepare & Submit Tender For Security Services

WJH

Manage Recruitment & Selection Of Security Personnel

WJK

Manage Performance Of Security Personnel

WJL

Manage Security Business

$270.00

WJP

Manage Security Emergencies

WJA

Conduct Security Survey

WJR

Plan and Implement Security Systems

$160.50

Programme Objective

The Diploma in Security Management is developed to equip officer with managerial skills and competencies to perform the job at managerial level and manage the security operations, agency or department. Individual has to complete 8 modules (5 core and 3 elective modules) to attain the Diploma in Security Management.

A Statement of Attainment (SOA) will be awarded to the individual when he successfully completed each module and assessed to be competent.

 

Who Should Attend

Chief Security Officer, Operations Executive/Manager, Security Manager and equivalent in rank, or individuals seeking a career in the security industry.

Minimum Entry Requirements

  1. Relevant working experience in the security related industry at a supervisory, executive or management level; or

  2. Successfully completed Security WSQ Advanced Certificate in Security Supervision

These requirements are not applicable to current students attending the Diploma in Security Management

Modules Required to Attain Full Qualifications under “Skills Framework for Security”

Modules in bold are recommended by SII.  However, trainees are free to exercise their own discretion in choosing the modules, subject to their work requirements.

WSQ Diploma in Security  (SEC-DIP-GX-01-1)

Security Operation Compliance

(Manage Security Agency within Legal Framework) [PWM : CSO]

SEC-SOP-4011-1.1

 

Quality Assurance and Audit

(Manage Security Operations) [PWM : CSO]

SEC-SRM-4001-1.1

 

Capability Development

(Achieve Work Effectiveness in Security Environment) [PWM : CSO]

SEC-PDV-4001-1.1

 

Conflict Resolution Management

(Manage and Resolve Conflict in Security Environment) [PWM : CSO]

SEC-PDV-4002-1.1

 

Incident Response 

(Manage Security Emergencies)

SEC-ICM-4003-1.1

Performance Management

(Manage Performance of Security Personnel)

SEC-PDV-4003-1.1

(Choose any 1 of the modules below)

Manpower Planning

  • (Manage Recruitment and Selection of Security Personnel)
  • (Develop a Manpower Deployment Plan)

SEC-SOP-4008-1.1

Exemptions from Training Requirements for Chief Security Officer PWM Grade

  1. Graduates from the following diplomas may be exempted from the mandatory and elective Chief Security Officer training modules in their application for the Security Officer Licence:
    • Diploma In Security & Fire Safety Studies; 
    • Diploma In Security & Fire Safety Management. 

    For exemptions in PWM years-in-service criteria, graduates may write in to SPF_Licensing@spf.gov.sg and submit evidence of relevant experience in the security industry/ uniformed service. 

  2. Graduates from the following diplomas may be exempted from the elective Chief Security Officer training modules in their application for the Security Officer Licence:
    • Diploma In Police & Security Studies; 
    • Diploma In Police Studies & Security Management; 
    • Diploma In Management & Police Studies. 

    In order to qualify for a full exemption to the Chief Security Officer PWM grade, one must pass the mandatory Chief Security Officer training module which is the ‘Manage Security Agency Within Legal Framework’.

    For exemptions in PWM years-in-service criteria, graduates may write in to SPF_Licensing@spf.gov.sg and submit evidence of relevant experience in the security industry/ uniformed service.

Payment Mode

Payment for SII courses can be made as follows:

1

SkillsFuture Credit Top-Up (SFC 2)
[from 1 Apr 20 onwards

Process of Administering SkillsFuture Credit Top-up (SFC2)

  1. All existing SkillsFuture Credit (SFC)1 eligible courses under SII will qualify for early access to SkillsFuture Credit Top-up (SFC2).
  2. The SFC2 Claim Forms can be found in SII confirmation letters to the students.
  3. As the submission of SkillsFuture Credit Top-up (SFC2) claims to SSG through the MySkillsFuture Portal or mobile app will be not available till 1 October 2020, individuals should submit the completed claim forms to SII before the commencement of course.
  4. Please note that individuals should continue to submit claims on the MySkillsFuture Portal or mobile app to utilise their opening credit i.e. SFC1. There is no change to this process.
  5. Individuals who need help can approach SSG by calling 6785 5785 or via ssg.gov.sg/feedback.
2 AXS Stations

ATM/Debit card payment at any of the AXS stations located island-wide (http://www.axs.com.sg/axsStation_locations.php). You will need your Student Admission (Adm) number (e.g. 1512345A) stated above your NRIC No. on the top right side of the first page of Letter of Offer and a chip-based ATM/Debit card to make payment at AXS Station. Please keep the receipt generated from AXS station and bring it on the day of enrolment as proof of payment.

Please click here for a step-by-step guide on how to make payment via AXS.

3 NETS

Security Industry Institute
Temasek Polytechnic
21 Tampines Ave 1
East Wing Block 1A, Level 3, Unit 4
Singapore 529757

(Operating hours - Mon to Fri: 8.30am – 5.30pm. Closed on Sat, Sun and Public Holidays)

4 SkillsFuture Credit

Upon the receipt of our Letter of Offer, please apply via http://www.skillsfuture.sg/credit at least one day before the course start date if you want to pay to SII using your SkillsFuture Credit.

Please click here for a step-by-step guide on how to make payment via SkillsFuture Credit.
5 Post-Secondary Education Account (PSEA)

The PSEA scheme is administered by the Ministry of Education (MOE) which allows students to utilise the funds in their own and/or their siblings' PSEA accounts for the payment of selected fees and costs.

Please ensure you have sufficient funds in your PSEA before applying via Forms.