THE RIGHT OFFICER EVERY TIME
In the business of security and protection what separates the men from the boys is training, training, and then, more training. We are proud of our continuous and committed training programmes for all managers, supervisors and the operational personnel.
Security and protection strategies, techniques and skills are constantly updated throughout the organization, keeping abreast with the advancements and evolutions of the industry. All recruits entering the organization must undergo and pass a basic training course at our purposely built training centres in Piliyandala and Ella.
Due to the popularity of our training facilities - and its results - we receive repeated requests from our corporate clients to open our facilities and provide training to their management. Due to these requests we now undertake individual and group security training for our corporate sector clients as well.
SECURITY TRAINING SERVICES
• Providing correct security
• Basic Security Documentation
• Client Expectations
• Access Control
• Prevention of crimes and offence.
• Importance of maintaining Security related registers & IB’S
• Disclplene of Security officer
• Duties of officer in charge / Security officers and lady officers
• Loading Procedure
• Basic Fire awareness
• Type of Fire / Methods of extinguishing a fire.
• Firefighting equipment
• Action / removal of personnel
• Wearing uniforms
• Security intelligence Procedure
• Guard Point duties
• Qualifications & Skills
• First aid - Basic
• Disaster Management
Major Vijith Welikala - Chairman and Managing Director is, in a true sense of the word, a pioneer and a pace setter. While in the Sri Lanka Army he served in the elite Commando Regiment.
Major Welikala was trained with the Rangers in the USA in addition to his training in India and Pakistan army training. He was also assigned to ex-British army training team to acclimatize himself with advanced military tactics.
Besides being a paratrooper and paraglid¬ing license holder, he is a keen naturalist.
When the Ministry of Defence decided to enforce stipulated uniforms for the industrial security field , without taking salient aspects of the trade into consideration , Major We¬likala, with few like-minded entrepreneurs, pioneered the formation of Sri Lanka Secu¬rity Service Providers Association, bringing all security service providers under one com¬mon forum, which enabled them to present a unified stand to the Ministry of Defence on the issue of uniforms of security personnel which was accepted in principle as a result.
Having pioneered the formation of Sri Lanka Security Service Providers Association in 2004, he became the obvious choice to conduct their affairs and was elected