And this trend is manifested within the military sector as well. Here, the employees in the division have to be better motivated in order to risk their lives and this motivation has to be complex, and include both financial and non financial incentives. While the major non financial incentive would
be the sense of fighting to protect one's country, the financial incentive has to be substantial and significantly larger than that of any other category of employees. The modern day army then integrates technologic developments to improve the nature and outcome of its operations. It as such strives to answer the more and more complex demands of the contemporaneous society and, in…… security career is varied, offering people wishing to pursue this option with jobs like security guard, loss prevention specialist, crossing guard, deputy sheriff, even security management specialists. The cross fields and some need special training as well as a degree for a person to gain access too, not to mention, some jobs requires prior experience, at least one year. With that said, the most in demand and easy to apply and access job in the security career field is loss prevention specialist. Although it can be hard at times to catch suspected shoplifters, it will teach the person working the job, how to spot suspected criminal activity and learn how to properly detain and question criminal suspects. Often this kind of job only requires a high school diploma and doesn't need long term training. Furthermore, the hours are not long unless the person elects to work for a 24 hour store, which…… Q1. What appears to be the main emphasis
on the 8 hour pre assignment training course proposed by the Task Force on Private Security?What is the reasoning behind pre assignment training?Three decades later are those educational goals still relevant?Although some employers combine basic security training with pre assignment training and only provide the minimum number of hours required by law, the overall trend within the field has been to increase the number of hours of training.