These are consistent with the various structures that are used within the Vetting of Training and similar documentation.
About the Instructor / Course Coordinator
Allan McDougall BA BMASc PCIP CMAS CISSP CPP PSP is a senior Asset Protection and Security professional in Canada. He is the current Exec VP of Knowledge Advancement Solutions in Ottawa, Ontario. He has served as the Manager of Physical Security at Canada Border Services Agency, one of Canada's federal Public Safety's key national security agencies, the National Coordinator - Security Policy and Projects within the Department of Fisheries and Oceans, one of two senior Compliance Auditors (Fleet Security) with the Canadian Coast Guard, and the Senior Inspector for Ports and Marine Facilities (Transport Canada, Maritime Security Operations). Prior to his public service career, he served with Canada's regular armed forces in the combat engineers. He has received several awards for his efforts ranging from work on technical security issues, participation in operations, and program management.
Allan is the co-author of Transportation Systems Security and Critical Infrastructure Protection: Homeland Security and Emergency Preparedness (2nd and 3rd edition) with Bob Radvanovsky--a work currently in its fourth edition. He is also a chapter author in the Handbook of SCADA / Control Systems Security (1st and 2nd editions) and in works focussing on leadership within the Asset Protection and Security / Emergency Response community.
Allan currently sits on the ASIS International Physical Security Council and was the former Chair of the ASIS international Supply Chain and Transportation Security Council. Allan has been a speaker at several universities and colleges, including Carleton University (Ottawa, Canada) and the information Resources Management College at the National Defense University in Washington, DC. Additionally, he was the key speaker for the ASIS International Annual Seminar's pre-seminar training in Transportation Systems Security in Chicago, IL and been a speaker on topics ranging from network fragility, the integration of Intelligence into security, and the potential impact of climate change on security.
Allan is currently also a member of a number of international working groups, including the Institute of Maritime Engineering, Science and Technology's special interest group on the future of cyber-security in the maritime domain and the ASIS International development of the revised active shooter standards. He was also involved in the development (technical and certification committees) for the ASIS International PSC 1 through 4 dealing with quality management for ethical operations for private security service providers.
Allan has been running the CPP and PSP preparation seminars for ASIS Chapter 140 (Ottawa area) for over ten years. These sessions have included members of the federal and provincial public services, municipal workers, aspiring consultants, members of police forces, and a host of others. He has received consistent praise for his support to both the Chapter and to candidates that are undertaking this important step in their careers. He has been the Chair of the Supply Chain and Transportation Security Council and is currently a member of the Physical Security Council for ASIS International.
Allan is currently the Chief Learning Officer, former President and one of the founding members of the International Association of Maritime Security Professionals.