The introduction of a continuous training (education) program for the providers of the private security service emerged as a need in the results of several studies. The Report of a research on transversal competences of private security personnel, carried out within the scope of the project “Train Brain Soft – development of standardized curriculum and e-tool for private security personnel” supported by the Erasmus + Program of the EU, and implemented by the Chamber of Republic of Macedonia for private security together with the corresponding bodies from Slovenia, Romania, Norway and Croatia, also confirmed the existence of a serious gap, a gap between the needs that arise in performance of the daily tasks and the knowledge that was gained with the compulsory basic training for workers in private security. The research has proved that serious attention should be paid to the acquisition of knowledge and skills in three key areas: communications, human rights and stress management.
The general goal of the continuous training is improvement of the quality level of the private security scope of work together with the improvement of the expertise of the private security providers. Thus, the efficiency and the effectiveness in the job performance will increase, and continuation in the development of new skills and knowledge and good practices of performance will be maintained. The realization of the basic goal – professional and competent private security sector – will contribute to the trust raising of the general public in the area of private security and creation of a realistic perception for this profession in general.