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2020 Course Announcement

Training 1: North America

June 22-June 23, 2020: Using 18th/19th/20th Century Historical Terrorism Analytics To Leverage Contemporary Counterterrorism Approach.

June 24, 2020: Airport and Aviation Terrorism: Analytics of Historical Antecedent and Present-Day Vulnerabilities.

June 25-June 26, 2020: Money Laundering and Illicit Finance – Analytics of Emerging Markets, Illicit Economy, Dark Networks, Evil Funding, and Key Players.

When: June 22 – 26, 2020;

Location: West Palm Beach, Florida, USA

Venue: Will be E-mailed to Participants June 1, 2020.

Registration: Check Training Brochure earlier distributed to your organization or Contact our Global Trainer to send a copy to you.

Participants: This course is designed for Intelligence/Police/Law Enforcement/Aviation/Military/Para-Military/Homeland Security Administration/Aviation/DEA and other civilians in law enforcement, Military missions, Public Safety/Health, Certified Security Operatives and Analysts from Corporations.

Training 2: Africa/Europe/Middle East

Terrorism and Counterterrorism in Africa

Module 1 Using 18th/19th/20th Century Historical Terrorism Analytics To Leverage Contemporary Counterterrorism Approach.

Module 2 Intelligence in Counterterrorism: Historical Analytics of Practices and Limitations.

Module 3 Money Laundering and Illicit Finance – Analytics of Emerging Markets, Illicit Economy, Dark Networks, Evil Funding, and Key Players.

Module 4 Maritime Security and Safety Model (MSSM): Capability Positioning Strategy for African Seas.

When: September 21 – 25, 2020;

Location: Accra, Ghana

Venue: Will be E-mailed to Participants September 1, 2020.

Registration: Check Training Brochure earlier distributed to your organization or Contact our Global Trainer to send a copy to you.

Participants: This course is designed for Intelligence/Police/Law Enforcement/Aviation/Military/Para-Military/Homeland Security Administration/Aviation/DEA and other civilians in law enforcement, Military missions, Public Safety/Health, Certified Security Operatives and Analysts from Corporations.

Training 3: Africa/Middle East

PSS: For Law Enforcement/Intelligence/Special Forces

Course Module: Population Security Strategy for Counterterrorism and Counterinsurgency Campaign: Transformative Approach in Fighting Terrorism and Insurgency

When: September 28 – 2 October, 2020; 

Location: Accra, Ghana

Venue: Will be E-mailed to Participants September 1, 2020.

Registration: Check Training Brochure earlier distributed to your organization or Contact our Global Trainer to send a copy to you.

Participants: This course is designed for Intelligence/Police/Law Enforcement/Aviation/Military/Para-Military/Homeland Security Administration/Aviation/DEA and other civilians in law enforcement, Military missions, Public Safety/Health, Certified Security Operatives and Analysts from Corporations

Global Trainer Contact


Dr. Daniel Udo-Akang, PhD,CAMS,CGEIT
Email: daniel.udoakang@federalssg.us; info@federalssg.us  Phone/Whatsapp: (202)-531-8330 or (561)-388-4897   Fax: (561)-693-4938
                
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