2007 ASIS International Educational Programs: Experience, Dedication, and Leadership in Security Education

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2007 ASIS International Educational Programs: Experience, Dedication, and Leadership in Security Education


New advancements.

New technologies.

New challenges.

So much to stay on top of.

One thing is certain, professional development in the security industry is a must. Rely on the experienced, dedicated leader in security education--ASIS International.

With dozens of professional development programs and conferences held annually--in a variety of learning formats--ASIS' comprehensive range of educational resources and networking opportunities equip you to meet the challenges of the coming years.

ASIS also offers a variety of online courses. For descriptions and updates on all educational offerings, visit www.asisonline.org or call ASIS Member Services at 703-519-6200.

On-Site Educational Programs

Security Manager as a Business Leader     May 30-31    Denver, CO
Facility Security Design                  June 11-13   Atlanta, GA
Assets Protection Course III: Functional  June 18-21   Savannah, GA
  Management
Physical Security: Advanced Applications  July 9-11    Redondo Beach, CA
  and Technology
Executive Protection                      July 23-24   Austin, TX
Pre-Seminar educational programs          Sept. 22-23  Las Vegas, NV
CCTV--Analog to Digital: Applications and  Oct. 22-25   Annapolis, MD
  Advances in Surveillance
Enhanced Violence Assessment and          Nov. 7-8     Denver, CO
  Management
Assets Protection Course I: Concepts and  Nov. 12-15   Annapolis, MD
  Methods
Transportation Security                   Dec. … 

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