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CCTP by the trainers and consultancy SGW has received recognition by Portsmouth to the value of 20 Level 6 credits, the equivalent of one final year undergraduate module. There are 180 credits at each level and 360 in an undergraduate degree in total. The course shall now be entered on the ICJS Recognised Prior Learning (RPL) tariff.

Dr Alison Wakefield, Senior Lecturer in Security Risk Management at the ICJS, said: “We are very pleased to recognise the CCTP certification through our Recognised Prior Learning process, which enables us to give credit exemptions to individuals progressing from the CCTP to undertake our BSc in Risk and Security Management. Due to the rigorous standards of entry, teaching and assessment, we will be offering graduates of the CCTP 20 credits at Level 6 on the UK’s Qualifications and Credit Framework.


SGW Consulting is the UK’s sole provider of this prestigious international certification, and I am proud that we have been able to partner with SGW to provide this recognition.”

And Simon Whitehouse, Managing Director at SGW said: “We are delighted that CCTP has gained recognition by academia, and in particular, the highly respected institute of Criminal Justice Studies at The University of Portsmouth. I firmly believe professional short courses provide an ideal platform for security and counterterrorism professionals to enter a learning pathway to academic degree programmes, giving students a mix of practical, operational and theoretical experience in their chosen security related discipline.”

To take the course you should have either a minimum university degree and at least two years’ experience in the security, law enforcement or military field; or, relevant experience in the field of security, law enforcement or military with at least five years in executive or management role and/or responsibility if you do not have a relevant degree. Candidates are required to submit two professional references.

The CCTP certification assesses ability to apply counter terrorism and security planning knowledge to real-life situations. SGW adds that completion of the CCTP tells your prospective clients, the security industry and future employers that you have met professional standards of competence in protection, defence and security planning. It’s aimed at property managers, security managers, police, private security operatives, and security search teams. It offers:

CCTP by the trainers and consultancy SGW has received recognition by Portsmouth to the value of 20 Level 6 credits, the equivalent of one final year undergraduate module. There are 180 credits at each level and 360 in an undergraduate degree in total. The course shall now be entered on the ICJS Recognised Prior Learning (RPL) tariff.

Dr Alison Wakefield, Senior Lecturer in Security Risk Management at the ICJS, said: “We are very pleased to recognise the CCTP certification through our Recognised Prior Learning process, which enables us to give credit exemptions to individuals progressing from the CCTP to undertake our BSc in Risk and Security Management. Due to the rigorous standards of entry, teaching and assessment, we will be offering graduates of the CCTP 20 credits at Level 6 on the UK’s Qualifications and Credit Framework. SGW Consulting is the UK’s sole provider of this prestigious international certification, and I am proud that we have been able to partner with SGW to provide this recognition.”

And Simon Whitehouse, Managing Director at SGW said: “We are delighted that CCTP has gained recognition by academia, and in particular, the highly respected institute of Criminal Justice Studies at The University of Portsmouth. I firmly believe professional short courses provide an ideal platform for security and counterterrorism professionals to enter a learning pathway to academic degree programmes, giving students a mix of practical, operational and theoretical experience in their chosen security related discipline.”

To take the course you should have either a minimum university degree and at least two years’ experience in the security, law enforcement or military field; or, relevant experience in the field of security, law enforcement or military with at least five years in executive or management role and/or responsibility if you do not have a relevant degree. Candidates are required to submit two professional references.

The CCTP certification assesses ability to apply counter terrorism and security planning knowledge to real-life situations. SGW adds that completion of the CCTP tells your prospective clients, the security industry and future employers that you have met professional standards of competence in protection, defence and security planning. It’s aimed at property managers, security managers, police, private security operatives, and security search teams. It offers: