Chartered Security Professionals
In addition to promoting the world-leading ASIS Board Certified Qualifications CPP, PSP and PCI, the UK Chapter of ASIS International is a licensee of the Register of Chartered Security Professionals. Currently about one third on the Chartered Security Professionals are ASIS members.
The Register of Chartered Security Professionals is a qualification recognising personal ability and competence which allows confidence in the highest standards of service.
Admittance to the Register demonstrates to clients, employers, peers and the public an ability to deliver quality results, compliance with a Code of Conduct, a professional Disciplinary Code and a commitment to Continual Professional Development.
Why Become Chartered
- Independent verification of your competence
- Prove your ability to deliver quality results
- Confirm you are at the top of your game
- Show commitment to Continual Professional Development
- Lead by example
Who can Apply?
Chartered Security Professionals must be of undisputed integrity and have a high level of expertise, operating at a strategic level, or the senior end of the operational level of security practice.
Criteria for Admittance
There are two pathways to registration:
Standard path. You must have:
- Five years' operational security experience, including two at a strategic and Chartered competence level * See Below
- A degree in a security-related discipline or a degree in any discipline plus an upper level security-related vocational qualification.
Individual path. You must have:
- Ten years' operational security experience, including five at a strategic and Chartered competence level.
- You will be asked to complete a written portfolio demonstrating that you meet the defined competence requirements (This is not required with the initial application - the portfolio content will be advised once your application has been reviewed).
In order to be admitted into the Register an applicant has to demonstrate they meet the required competency levels in areas listed below:
- Security Knowledge Use a combination of specialist and general security knowledge and understanding to optimise the employment of existing and emerging methods and technologies.
- Practice Skills Apply appropriate techniques, methodologies and processes to resolve security and risk related issues.
- Leadership Provide technical and commercial leadership.
- Communication Demonstrate effective communication and interpersonal skills.
- Professional Commitment Demonstrate a personal commitment to professional standards, recognising obligations to society, the profession and the environment.
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