2023: New Training Partnership with the Counter Terrorism Certification Board

Published on 8th January, 2023

2023: New Training Partnership with the Counter Terrorism Certification Board

In January 2023, Angelo Bani Director of Protective Intelligence Network, and Yaniv Peretz Director of the Counter Terrorism Certification Board (CTCB) signed a partnership agreement for the delivery of security training courses.

The CTCB is an internationally recognised Certification Body that functions as a global benchmark for personnel certification programmes in the security industry. It ensures that trained security professionals operate in a consistent, comparable, and reliable manner worldwide — allowing them to have skills that translate across geographic and strategic contexts.

Exams in certified courses are proctored by trained and certificated examiners, all of whom are qualified and experienced counter-terrorism, homeland security, and/or defense experts. Examiners work within a clearly defined environment and criteria, and are subject to extensive and detailed quality control procedures.

2023: New Training Partnership with the Counter Terrorism Certification Board

Upcoming courses:

  • Intelligence Analyst (Certified CITA) scheduled in Singapore on 21-23 February 2023. [3 days]

  • Open Source Intelligence Security Practitioner scheduled in Singapore on 06-07 March 2023. [2 days]

  • Counter Terrorism Behavioural Detection Practitioner scheduled in Singapore on 03-05 April 2023. [3 days]

  • Counter Terrorism Practitioner (Certified CCTP) scheduled in Singapore on: TBC [3 days]

2023: New Training Partnership with the Counter Terrorism Certification Board

Counter Terrorism Practitioner (Certified - CCTP)

The CCTP certification provides demonstrable proof of knowledge, skills and experience in key areas for the purposes of mitigating the threat of terrorism, and by providing proactive measures to reduce the vulnerability of individuals and property to terrorist acts.

Earning a CCTP demonstrates your competency in 4 main domains:

  • Terrorism fundamentals
  • Threat Identification
  • Prevention and mitigation of the threat
  • Preparedness and response to terrorist act


2023: New Training Partnership with the Counter Terrorism Certification Board

Intelligence Analyst (Certified - CITA)

Intelligence Analysts use critical thinking, analytical techniques, and subject matter expertise to identify, understand and evaluate threats, and to provide judgment and recommendations to decision-makers in a timely manner.

The program is meant for intelligence and security professionals. Earning a CITA Credential demonstrates your competency in 5 main domains:

  • Intelligence Process
  • Subject Matter Expertise
  • Analytical Techniques
  • Critical Thinking, Premises, Inferences...
  • Creating and Understanding Intelligence Analysis Charts
  • Program Management and Communication
  • Technical Knowledge
  • Compliance

Enhance your credibility: The CITA certification is recognized as a mark of excellence within the intelligence community. By holding this certification, you can show employers, clients, and peers that you have the knowledge and skills required to excel in your role.

Increase your career opportunities: Many organizations prefer to hire professionals with certifications, as they demonstrate a level of dedication and commitment to the field.

2023: New Training Partnership with the Counter Terrorism Certification Board

Counter Terrorism Behavioural Detection Practitioner

This innovative course wants to provide the participants with a general understanding of terrorism. Being terrorism a phenomenon that relates to different ideologies and it is committed using different tactics, it is considered important to offer an understanding of the concept, the different ideologies and related preferred targets, and the most common terrorist tactics applied.

When this knowledge is acquired, the course will follow offering an understanding of the different connotations in human behaviours within a criminal and terrorist context. The aim is to offer a learning experience that will permit the trainee to define, classify and recognize different behavioural clusters, repetitive patterns, psychological aspects and body language outcomes.

The course will provide the basis for applying protective human behavioural scanning and screening, therefore adding an important security layer to the security activity already in place.

The course is quite unique in Asia as it associates a critical understanding of terrorism root causes, ideologies, tactics, targets, and the way to adopt proactive postures throught behavior-led observation, and intelligent profiling, therefore proactive threat mitigation.

2023: New Training Partnership with the Counter Terrorism Certification Board

Counter Terrorism Investigations

(reserved to Law Enforcement Agencies)

Trainings organised by Protective Intelligence Network are designed to engage participants and get them working together to manage the response to a hypothetical and complex criminal event.

This course will consider an explanation of terrorism fundamentals, terrorist ideologies and tactic, and will consider investigative simulations that will enhance the knowledge of law enforcement and permit to practice and develop personal, operational and investigative skills in an international environment.

  • Terrorism fundamentals
  • Threat Identification
  • Prevention and mitigation of the threat
  • Elaborate appropriate (first) responses from the investigative point of view
  • Understand the variety of national and international LEAs tools
  • Identify the links among different crimes and their international implications
  • Analyze challenges and problems during the exchange of information
  • Develop a schematic way to analyze investigative information:

This course allows participants to improve their own performance and think 'out of the box', identifying opportunities to improve their capabilities to respond to real events.


2023: New Training Partnership with the Counter Terrorism Certification Board

Open Source Intelligence Security Exploitation

This basic course aims to improve the collection, evaluation, collation, analysis, and distribution of information gathered in the frame of open-source intelligence activities. The learning strategy is focused to enhance the practical capacity of participants to integrate OSINT tools into their investigations. No programming skills are needed for the completion of this training activity. Upon completion of the course, the participants are expected to be able to:

  • Provide a comprehensive overview on the main work processes and general OSINT techniques;
  • Discuss PAI and CAI sources and explores the information available in various open source;
  • Enhance the use of general SOCMINT techniques suitable for the collection of intelligence;
  • Strengthen the investigative methods, analysis, and distribution of information;
  • Exercise with a realistic online investigation.


For more information and the different fees applied, please contact:

- POC@networkpi.net

- Contact@cctpworld.com