International Immigration and Security Officer
Immigration officer – Level #1:
Learn to understand regulation and waves of international immigration.
Estimate threat levels to national security and private companies.
This introductory course will make you conversant in international threats arising out of uncontrolled borders.
IDmap’s course is ideal for students, business professionals, military personnel, and relocating servants.
Course author: Dr. Marina Shorer, author, security analyst, and researcher.
This is an in-depth course which looks into the recent legislative and regulation changes on border control and immigration. The course teaches legal and practical regulation of immigration; immigration routes; immigration status and settlement; economics of immigration; international conventions. The international officer course is planned to provide broad global and regional perspective on recent migration trends and regulations. The course puts forward role of multinational actors, media, NGOs and regulation in becoming environment of international immigration.
This course is a great opportunity to participate in top-level studies with international experts. The immigration officer course especially addresses public officials, security officers and NGOs workers.
Over 11 lessons and projects, you will understand:
- The dynamics of immigration waves, state actors and international community
- Regulation, share of information, police and border control units
- The force of migration
- Status of immigrants and economics of immigration
This course was prepared by security specialists, scholars, academics, and entrepreneurs to assist you in understanding this complex issue.
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By the end of the 11 lessons, you will be able to assess threats sufficiently to be able to make personal and corporate decisions. When the issue of international immigration arises in the boardroom or at the dinner table, you will be able to understand what’s being said and how to use facts to make decisions.
Self-paced video course – Combining videos with interactive materials, maps, vocabulary, special documents, and quizzes, this course is designed to allow you comprehend what you’ve been taught.
24/7 access worldwide – With online access from anywhere, you’re able to take this course with you as you travel around the world. Support on-demand.
Certificate of completion – Upon completion, you will receive a certificate to prove completion. This training course is designed to help you clear International Immigration Officer (IIO1) exam.
IDmap Institute Course Completion Certificate will be awarded on the completion of Project work (on an expert review) and upon scoring of at least 60% marks in the final examination. IDmap Institute certification is well recognized in top professional applications.
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DR. MARINA SHORER, PhD, Author of the course
Dr. Marina Shorer is the author of the book ‘Barter of Identity and Support’, contributor for the book of the Center for Technology and Society at Berlin University of Technology and Nexus Institute for Cooperation Management and Interdisciplinary Research in Berlin “Terrorism and the Internet: Threats – Target groups – Deradicalisation strategies”. She published chapters in the book of “Online newspapers in Israel” and contributes her research articles in the International Journal of Knowledge, Culture and Change Management and in the Journal of International Communication. Dr. Shorer combines a balanced view of advanced empirical research and theoretical models. Being a former Media Liaison for the Israeli Ministry of Internal Security, she implements her knowledge of the routine of the Governmental structures with theoretical and practical tools, helping students to find new and creative solutions to upcoming issues.
Anyone who works or has business in the Middle East. A clear understanding of threats and how to respond can be a powerful asset for anyone with interests in the MidEast. Journalists, business professionals, students, and military personnel will all benefit from this course.
No other course is as complete as the IDmap Course. It provides students with the necessary tools to understand and assess threats. With this understanding, students will be able to avoid dangerous conditions, steer corporate investments, and anticipate Middle East crises. While this doesn’t make one a security analyst, it’s an excellent introduction to a complex subject.
No. The entire program has been designed with videos and lessons that are self-paced. The lecturer can view quizzes. They then read and evaluate the student’s progress. At the end of the course, the lecturer will grant the final course certificate if the student has reached the required level of skills.
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This training course is designed to help you clear International Immigration Officer (IIO1) exam. The entire training course content is in line with these certification programs and helps you clear these certification exams with ease and get the best jobs in the top of profession.
As part of this training you will be working on real time projects and assignments that have immense implications in the real world industry scenario thus helping you fast track your career effortlessly.
At the end of this training program there will be assignment work that perfectly reflects the typical work assignment for reports and analyst work required for this profession.
IDmap Institute Course Completion Certificate will be awarded on the completion of Project work (on expert review) and upon scoring of at least 60% marks in the final examination. IDmap Institute certification is well recognized in top professional applications.
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