Insights and training from industry, and intelligence experts in threats, risks and National Security policies and challenges. Graduates of the certificate program must complete the five core courses in Threats, Risks and National Security as well as three elective courses from the list.
- Exigences relatives au certificat
- Résultats clés
- Autres informations
- Terrorism, Counter-Terrorism and National Security Policy
- Strategic Foresight and National Security: The Case of COVID-19
- Insider Threat: The Psychological Pathways to Betrayal
- The Spy Next Door: Illegal Agent Networks and the Canadian Experience
- Strategic Dynamics and Issues in the Middle East
- Terrorism in Canada: Yesterday, Today and Tomorrow
- The Devil That Will Not Die: Antisemitism Yesterday and Today (Online Session)
- The Charged Spaces we Inhabit - Invisible Violence as the Catalyst for Modern Terrorism and Violent Extremism
- Introduction to Information and Cyber Security Challenges
An appreciation of the wide variety of terrorist 'movements'
Increase your knowledge about Risk Assessments and National Security Analysis.
You will receive an overview of intelligence requirement driven collection, investigative basics such as surveillance, and the high impact value of a human source.
Fundamental knowledge about the politics, interests, decision-making systems and socio-economic dynamics of the players in MENA, and the complex interplays between them.
Current challenges faced by the Canadian intelligence community.
What is the certificate good for?
The certificate assures employers and potential employers that you have met or exceeded the standard they are looking for and are committed to continuous learning. The certificate is issued by the Professional Development Institute, a trusted training provider preferred by many federal government departments as well as public and private sector organizations. The Institute wins respect and acclaim for its cutting-edge learning programs, the exceptional calibre of its trainers, and its real-world focus.
The certificate program is a non-credited certification. It cannot be used towards a degree and is not equivalent to any other professional certification.
How much does it cost?
You register and pay for each course individually. There is no additional charge for the certificate.
How long will the program take?
You have three years from the start date of your first course to complete the certificate program. Provided you complete all courses within three years, you can pace your learning as you wish.
Is there a final exam?
No. However, participants must fully attend all courses of the program in order to obtain the certificate.
Are there any admission requirements?
No. Enrollment is open to everyone.
How do I register for the program?
Begin by registering for any of the courses that make up the program. You will be asked for proof of completion of the required courses, so make sure you keep your certificates from each course. If you have any questions before beginning or as you progress through the program, contact the office at 613-562-5802