Diagnóstico del curso de fundamentación ciclo vigilante en el sector de seguridad privada en ColombiaJournal: Revista Estrategia Organizacional (Vol.7, No. 2)
Publication Date: 2018-12-20
Authors : Andrea Cortes-Barreto;
Page : 67-96
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The growth of the private security sector in Latin America in the 1990s and changes in organizations have provided the need to reflect on the curricular content of security guards' training because of their role in organizations and society. The methodology used is the revision of the curriculum and normativity of the Foundation Course CycleSurveillance in Colombia and Argentina, where an exploration was made of the state of the art of the importance of training in the labor context from the Ancient Age through administrative thought models such as Scientific Management, the Theory of Modern Operational Administration, the Sciences of Behavior with the studies of Elthon Mayo and J. Roethlisberger, the structuralist theory of Max Weber, the theory of systems and the modern thinkers of administration whose is represented by Pete F. Drucker. It is clear from the statistical data of Colombia and Argentina regarding the low level of training of security guards that they do not have specific competencies to comply with the requirements of the private security sector in the working environment. Therefore, in the Colombian context and particularly in schools, private security training and education requires the formation of comprehensive people capable of acting professionally in the face of the challenges faced by organizations and clients. Therefore, the socio-educational approach is adapted to the needs of companies as far as they manage the resources and spaces for comprehensive training of security guards, so that they can solve current and future problems in different contexts (labor, society, family).
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