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The SKSDC was formed in March 2011 as a Section 25 Company (Not for Profit). These include G4S, Tops Security, Checkmate Services, Bombay Intelligence Security India, ISS SDB, SLV Security Services, SSMS, Premier Shield, Securitas India, Trig Guardforce, SAI, KSS and an Agency representing smaller companies. It is also represented by members from NSDC, CAPSI, CII, FICCI and Army Welfare Placement Organisation (AWPO) amongst others. It aims to transform the PSS from an unorganised industry to an organised one by taking initiatives on developing the driving forces of knowledge and skills to address the interests of all stakeholders of the industry.
Stake holder include G4S, Tops Security, Checkmate Services, Bombay Intelligence Security India, ISS SDB, SLV Security Services, SSMS, Premier Shield, Securitas India, Trig Guardforce, SAI, KSS and an Agency representing smaller companies. It is also represented by members from NSDC, CAPSI, CII, FICCI and Army Welfare Placement Organisation (AWPO) amongst others.

Objective

  • Promote skill development of the manpower in the PSS and narrow existing gaps between demand and supply.
  • Determine skill/competency standards and qualifications.
  • Develop framework for upgrading skills of Security Guards to international standards.
  • Plan and execute Training of Trainers.
  • Initiate, carry out, execute, implement, aid and assist activities towards skill development in the PSS.
  • Facilitate in standardizing the affiliation and accreditation process for the PSS.
  • Promote academies of excellence.
  • Establish well structured ‘Labour Market Information System’ to assist planning and delivery of training.
  • Develop skill development plan for the PSS.
  • Undertake research to identify future requirements in training and skill enhancement.

Armed Security Guard

Eligibility Class X 21 years Holder of valid arms licence and fire arm and qualified on SSSDC certified Armed Security Guard’s Course
Description The primary role of an Armed Security Guard entails guarding designated premises and people. The core responsibility of an Armed Security Guard includes guarding life, property and premises against threats & risks. The role requires initiative and effective communication.
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Assignment Manager

Eligibility Graduate 28 years Three years service as Security Officer and SSSDC certified Security Officer’s course
Description Assignment Managers carry out site-specific threats and risks assessment, plan and organize security; help clients in developing Standard Operating Procedures (SOP) and site instructions. They are responsible for development of a security plan and deployment of manpower and equipment for executing a security plan. Assignment Managers assess the efficacy of security unit’s guarding operations, training standards and preparedness to deal with emergencies through security officers. Planning, training, deployment, administration, documentation, reporting and liaison are some of the important tasks of assistant managers.
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CCTV Supervisor

Eligibility XII Class 22 years Qualified SSSDC recognized CCTV Supervisor Course
Description A CCTV Supervisor needs to know the basics of private security, supervision of security unit operations and spectrum of threats and risks to security and safety. CCTV Supervisors observe designated premises through CCTV systems; pick up early indications of problems pertaining to security and safety and respond appropriately by alerting various agencies.
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Investigator

Eligibility XII 20 years Exp One year in computer operation
Description Investigator undertakes investigations and inquiries in the areas of personal and corporate domains. Investigator follows varied investigation techniques to accomplish assigned job, through inquiries, surveys, interviews and accurate reporting
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Personal Security Officer

Eligibility XII Class
Description Primary responsibility of a PSO is to protect the principal against possible threats. A PSO is required to operate within the confines of the assigned tasks and are required to operate alone or as part of a team both in armed and unarmed roles.
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Security Officer

Eligibility Graduate 24 years For Security Supervisors three years service and SSSDC certified Security Officer’s course
Description Security Officers organize security as per organizational procedure and site instructions. They are responsible for deployment and utilisation of manpower and resources and managing security operations. They organise security unit’s guarding operations, training and response to emergencies. Reporting and documentation of operations and incidents, training and administration of personnel and maintaining liaison with stakeholders are the important tasks of security officers.
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Security Supervisor *National

Eligibility Class XII 22 years Three years as Unarmed Security Guard or qualified SSSDC recognized Security Supervisor Course
Description Security Supervisors take over a shift and organizes guarding duties as per organizational procedure and instructions from superiors. They are responsible for deployment of manpower and resources optimally. They allot duties to individuals and supervise their work. Supervisors also carry out security documentation, report security incidents to designated superior and agencies like police, fire and medical, as the case may be.
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Unarmed Security Guard *National

Eligibility Qualificaiton - VIII 18 years
Description The primary role of the Unarmed Security Guard entails guarding designated premises and people by manning the first tier of protection aided by appropriate security devices/equipment. The core responsibility includes guarding against theft, criminal acts, emergencies, fire and other contingencies.
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