Development and Application of Skill Standards for Security Practitioners
Technical rept., Aug 2005-Jul 2006
DEFENSE PERSONNEL SECURITY RESEARCH CENTER MONTEREY CA
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The work covered in this report was driven by a Joint Security Training Consortium tasking to develop skill standards for security practitioners in seven different security disciplines physical security, information security, personnel security, security investigations, security management, communications security, and information systems security. These skill standards apply to all Federal agencies and define competent job performance and the underlying knowledge and skills that competent workers must possess. This report describes how the skill standards were developed and presents the skill standards for each of the seven security disciplines. It also presents guidance to help end-users put the standards to work in five practical applications Training Definition, Training Assessment, Performance Evaluation, Job Definition, and Professional Certification. The skill standards and application guidance in this report are intended for use as tools rather than as prescriptions, and readers are encouraged to modify them as needed based on their particular requirements.
- Personnel Management and Labor Relations
- Military Forces and Organizations