Our Training

At the National Security Institute, we are committed to safeguarding your businesses through rigorous training programs for our security guards. Our institute stands ready to equip our personnel with the highest standards of expertise and preparedness, ensuring they are adept in handling any security challenges your business may face. From comprehensive surveillance techniques to crisis management protocols, our training modules are designed to instill confidence and proficiency in our security team. With a focus on continuous improvement and staying abreast of the latest security advancements, we strive to provide you with peace of mind knowing that your business is in capable hands. Trust the National Security Institute to protect what matters most to you.


  • Induction and Orientation: This is the initial training to induct and orient the employees with the essential information like company rules, clients, Job specification, appointments, roles, responsibilities etc.
  • Basic Training: A complete package of security training that includes theoretical and practical knowledge. Every employee undergoes basic security training course, which includes classroom and field training.
  • Refresher Training: The main aim of this training is to refresh/update the employees with the basic/job specific trainings done, potential threats and its countermeasures. Refresher training includes firefighting, first-aid, job specific, threat analysis, duty responsibilities etc.
  • On the Job Training: OJT (On job Training) is a periodic training package conducted once in every six months for all employees. This is helpful to mentor and assess the standard of the employees at the spot. While designing the course we also address the requirements and request of the clients.


Theoretical Training

  • Private security industry and National Security Institute in general
  • Static guarding, Security Guard- roles and responsibilities
  • Access and egress control
  • Search procedure
  • Traffic management or control
  • Radio telephone procedure
  • Communication skills
  • Monitoring/Surveillance duty
  • Mobile duty as patrolling within premises
  • Record keeping and report writing
  • Knowledge of relevant security equipment
  • Fire fighting
  • First aid
  • Disaster in general
  • Discipline, Morale and motivation.
  • Costumer care, Hospitality
  • Admin Aspects (Uniform, equipment, Pay & allowances)
  • Labor Act & SSF

Practical Training/Exercise

  • Physical Standard Test
  • All the Drill Aspects
  • Self Defense, UC
  • Search (Vehicle and Personnel)
  • Fire Fighting Exercise
  • First Aid Exercise
  • Crowd Control Exercise, Use of Force
  • Use of Security Equipment (Radio Communication Set, CC Camera, Scanner, Khukuri, Batons, Search Lights, Vehicle search Mirror, Alarm system)
  • Patrolling (Foot and Vehicle)
  • Record and Report writing
  • Situation Reaction Test (SRT)

  • Lecture (Theoretical Classes 60%)
  • Demonstrations/videos
  • Practical/Exercise (Practical Classes 40%)
  • Evaluation/Test