Professional Certification in Counter Terrorism & Current Threats

Area of Training : Security and Investigation

SkillsFuture Code: CRS-N-0032844

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Professional Certification in Counter Terrorism & Current Threats

Effective Counter-Terrorism Implementation Strike Force

A former top counter-terrorism official commented that the Tsarnaev brothers allegedly involved in carrying out the Boston marathon bombings were “deeply emotional kids who conduct acts of terrorism that are colored by fragments of ideology that deeply influenced today’s new breed of terror threats.

CASE STUDIES-ORIENTED TWO-DAY COURSE

Learning from past terror attacks and from the experience of different countries focusing on the short-comings and the strengths demonstrated in dealing with the exigencies, is the key to any counter-terrorism training.

This two-day course has two broad objectives:

  1. Understanding key concepts associated with the modern day terrorism;
  2. The latest on terrorism research and counter-terrorism measures worldwide

PROPOSE COUNTERMEASURES TO TERRORISM AND THINK LIKE A TERRORIST

Using novel interactive training techniques, this course intends to equip each of its participants, the very latest in counter-terrorism as well as current threats. It aims at enabling each participant to think and evaluate whether the current methods to prevent terror is sufficient.

SIX KEY TAKEAWAYS

  1. Learn to identify various symptoms of terrorism and red flags;
  2. Real-life cases of convicted felons and know what makes them tick;
  3. Sharing of techniques, checklists and counter-measures;
  4. Practical problems and case studies for participants;
  5. Step-by Step Technique on Counter-Terrorism Measures;
  6. Reflection & Consultation with Security Expert Dr Bibhu Prasad Routray

TRAINING METHOLOOGY

Combination of lectures, case studies, and group discussions

WHO SHOULD ATTEND?

This two-day course is specially designed for professionals from:

  • Government institutions who are policy makers;
  • Police, Military, Customs and Immigration industries;
  • Emergency Services and Public Transport industries;
  • Airport and Airline Security;
  • Coastguards, Maritime and Shipping;
  • Private Security Companies and Contingency Planners;
  • Hotels, hospitals, educational institutions, transportation systems, etc who are security officers;
  • Both in State and private sectors seeking the expertise to understand and confront the rapidly evolving milieu of global terror networks.

COUNTER TERRORISM EXPERT: DR B. ROUTRAY

b-routray-profileDr. Bibhu Prasad Routray served as a Deputy Director in India’s National Security Council Secretariat. He is a counter-terrorism analyst by profession and has over a decade long experience in living in conflict prone areas and carrying out research on terrorist movements in South East Asia. As a terrorism specialist he has conducted several training modules for security forces, government officials, diplomatic staff, media personnel and academicians.

Dr. Bibhu is regularly featured online security forum and media including The Straits Times. He was also regularly interviewed on terrorism related subjects by Channel News Asia. Between November 2010 and March 2012, Dr. Bibhu was associated with the RSIS where he did projects on India’s Counter-Terrorism Architecture after the Mumbai attacks; Military Modernisation; and India’s National Security Decision Making. Currently, he is affiliated with several think tanks as Non-Resident Visiting Fellow and is a Senior Analyst with the Global Multiplayer Consultancy firm, the Wikistrat. He is finishing a book project on the best practices in counter-terrorism in South Asia

REGISTER NOW

Register today to avoid disappointment; all registrations are processed on a first-come, first-served basis.

To register, please download registration form and email/fax to training@aventisglobal.edu.sg | 6720 2222

Venue: 100 Orchard Road, Concorde Hotel Singapore

Time: 9am to 5pm (14 Hours)

Fee: $680.00 (excluding GST)

Enquiries: Please contact @ 6720 3333 or email training@aventisglobal.edu.sg

 

COURSE OUTLINE

DAY 1

1. Terrorism transforms : Al Qaeda and After ( 9.00 am – 10.30am)

  • Death for OBL, 2 May 2011
  • Al Qaeda
  • Yemen based AQAP
  • Algeria based AQIM
  • Iraq based AQI

AM Break

2. The Rise of Islamic State (Part 1) (10.45am – 12.15pm)

  • Objectives
  • The Group
  • Leadership
  • A New Leader
  • History
  • Baghdadi’s Cabinet
  • The March
  • Fall of Ramadi
  • March Continues
  • Area under IS control
  • Source of Strength

Lunch

3. The Rise of Islamic State (Part 2) (1.15pm – 2.25pm)

  • Source of Strength
  • The Impact
  • The counter-IS Campaign
  • Spread to Libya
  • 5-year Expansion Plan
  • Serious threat
  • Al Qaeda 2.0?
  • Al Qaidaism

PM Break

4. Lone Wolf Terrorism (2.40pm – 5.00pm)

  • Terrorism: A group Activity?
  • Growing Trend
  • Profiling some of the Lone wolf Terrorists (16 Cases Studies)
  • What can we make out of the attacks and attackers?
  • Islamic State’s calls for LW attacks

DAY 2

5. Cities under Terror (9.00am – 10.30am)

  • It’s a Urbanized World
  • Cities: Better protected?
  • Case Studies ( 3 Cases)

AM Tea Break

6. Organised Crime and Terrorism (10.45am – 12.50pm)

  • Organised Crime : Definition
  • Terrorism : Definition
  • Terrorism and OC Nexus
  • Terrorist Financing
  • World-wide OC
  • OC networks & Terrorists: Linking Traditional with Non-traditional
  • Afghan Drug Trade
  • Abductions and Terrorism
  • Southeast Asian Experience
  • OC groups in SEA
  • Terror Groups & Arms Smuggling
  • Drug Trafficking and Terrorism
  • Hostage Taking/ Abductions and Terrorism Finance
  • Human and Wildlife Trafficking
  • Research Findings
  • HT/ WLT & Terror: Linkages?
  • Counterfeit Medicines

LUNCH

7. Cyber Space: Propaganda, Recruitment & beyond (Part 1) (1.50pm – 2.50pm)

  • Security Forces Vs Academics
  • Use of Cyber Attack Tools
  • Al-Qaeda’s new call, March 2014

PM Break

8. Cyber Space: Propaganda, Recruitment & beyond (Part 2) (3.05pm – 3.45pm)

  • What is Steganography?
  • Ideas Versus Ideology

9. Terror in Southeast Asia (3.45pm – 5.00pm)

  • Case Study 1 – The Bangkok Bombing
  • Case Study 2 – Bali Bombing 2002
  • Threats to Singapore
  • The IS & Southeast Asia
  • Is history repeating itself?

 

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