Controlled Goods Training

Classroom TrainingWhether you need to train 20 people or a single employee in controlled goods, Avidaid can help. Our instructors have experience in delivering hands-on, classroom instruction as well as informal seminars. All trainers have worked with controlled goods and the Controlled Goods Directorate and bring professional, real world experience to the classes they teach. Each student receives the individual attention he or she needs to understand the material and achieve success.

Knowledge to win

Controlled goods training is vital to the success of a controlled goods program. Not only does it prepare your personnel to safeguard controlled goods and technologies, it is a requirement of the Controlled Goods Directorate and the training guide is a part of the security plan

Classes designed to meet your needs

Courses cover the controlled goods program, its history, how to safeguard controlled goods, who may possess controlled goods, the importance of being compliant with the controlled goods regulations and the requirements of your specific environment as detailed in your controlled goods security plan. Courses can be tailored to individual departments or research projects. We use study guides, hand outs and PowerPoint presentations to aid the participants whether managers, supervisors, staff, administrators, faculty or students.

Controlled goods training where you need it and how you need it

Avidaid can deliver on-site, classroom training in controlled goods. We can also deliver syllabuses, student study guides and other materials for you to deliver your security training.

Contact Avidaid today to discuss your controlled goods training needs.

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Knowledge is power

Good education starts with knowledgeable instructors who possess a firm grounding in the subject.

Avidaid uses its experience with government regulations and your controlled goods security plan to devise student study guides and training materials that are the heart of your customized controlled goods training course. As such, we don't just talk about the regulations and compliance, we talk about how they apply to your circumstances.

Class discussions and questions are a part of every course. Students are encouraged to explore how the security plan impacts on their ability to do their job or participate in research projects.

One-On-One Training