Upon completion of the Maritime/Port Protection, Security and Antiterrorism course, you will obtain a certificate endorsed by:
This course is part of Double Certification with Level I ISPS Ship Protection.
The Maritime/Port Protection, Security and Antiterrorism course is framed within a prevailing need in international security: the effective application of intelligence and strategic analysis in maritime and port environments to counter the threat of global terrorism. This educational program delves into the comprehensive knowledge of terrorism, ranging from its theoretical conceptualization, through its globalized nature, to the specific methodologies of radicalization and deradicalization. The central objective is to equip participants with the necessary skills to foresee and prevent terrorist acts before they can occur.
Throughout the course, students will have the opportunity to explore in detail the various threats that affect both commercial and recreational boating. These threats are not limited to terrorism, but also include interconnected criminal activities such as drug trafficking, human trafficking, maritime piracy and illegal fishing, among others. The program offers a holistic and multidisciplinary vision, understanding that the phenomenon of global terrorism does not recognize borders and often involves actors from different origins and without direct operational links.
Additionally, the training will provide a comprehensive analysis of current strategies and policies, both nationally and internationally, that are being implemented to improve maritime and port security. Case studies will be examined and innovative approaches in the field of maritime intelligence and security will be discussed, allowing students to better understand the complexities of counterterrorism in a maritime context.
The course also highlights the critical importance of understanding terrorism in its broader context, recognizing the political, economic, social and cultural factors that contribute to its emergence and evolution. By completing this program, participants will not only have acquired theoretical and analytical knowledge, but will also have developed practical skills applicable to their professional roles, thus strengthening the capacities of their organizations and communities to confront and mitigate risks in the maritime and port sector.
In order to organize a flexible title that responds effectively to the achievement of the objectives proposed for the course training and to acquire the necessary skills in the domain of activities, the course is developed using a methodology based on the following elements:
Initial list of topics and exercises that each module contains and that are developed throughout the course.
Syllabus content in web format with texts, photographs, images, graphics and necessary teaching resources that address the topics in each training session and serve as theoretical and practical support for the student's training.
Supporting documents that will serve for reading and analysis and complement the content of the syllabus, which may consist of articles of interest, magazines, videos, etc.
Self-assessment at the end of each content so that the student can consolidate concepts and data.
Videoconferences with voluntary attendance by students, being recorded for later viewing.
The student will have individualized tutoring, which will serve as continuous support so that the student achieves the objectives and optimal knowledge.
Forums and messaging in which the student can interact with the teacher and contact them to resolve doubts.
Bibliography provided to acquire the theoretical and practical knowledge necessary to be able to develop the double degree.
Carrying out an individual research project to complete the training?
Online training guarantees compatibility with other student activities, being adapted to the individual learning pace with flexibility.
A value is attributed in hours of teaching, so the complete course requires a dedication of 100 hours. The programming of the subjects or modules that make up the double degree and their coordination through seminars or videoconferences guarantee that the hours are distributed over 8 teaching weeks of the academic calendar.
To pass the Protection and Security in Critical Infrastructures course, students must take a series of tests that will serve to evaluate the knowledge acquired, accrediting the academic certification.
To accredit the certification of the Maritime Intelligence, Security and Antiterrorism title, the following must be met:
TITLE: Certificate of Maritime/Port Protection, Security and Antiterrorism
What Will You Learn?
Learn the concepts and general aspects of terrorism.
Understand the characteristics and operations of international terrorism.
Understand the application of intelligence against international terrorism.
Know the regulations and analysis of port infrastructures for effective protection.
Learn the use of risk matrices in the maritime and port environment.
Perform intelligence tasks in the fight against international terrorism.
Analyze major recent terrorist threats and intelligence adaptations.
Study significant terrorist attacks at sea and their modus operandi.
Promote proactive measures based on a deep understanding of radicalization.
Perform effective analysis from the collection of threat information.
Obtain tools to understand the phenomenon of international terrorism.
Preventive Intelligence against International Terrorism