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Security Clearance: Best Practices is a Course

Security Clearance: Best Practices

Time limit: 30 days

$25 Enroll

Full course description

This course was created at the request of regional, cyber-focused companies. "Security Clearance: Best Practices" is a means for sharing with potential employees, who will be seeking security clearances, how to conduct themselves to be the best candidate for earning a security clearance.

Who is the audience for this course? The course is designed to educate people on what a security clearance is, and what behaviors and information is expected from potential employees who may be seeking security clearance.

Course Outline – The student-driven course provides an explanation of what a security clearance is and shares fifteen (15) expectations for security clearance candidates. The course modules contain multi-media platforms, i.e., live recorded lectures, and PowerPoint slides to further enhance your learning.

Description - The course will help participants to conduct themselves in a manner that would provide them the best chances for meeting the expectations of employers who may require security clearances. 

Objectives – Participants will complete this course with credible/evidence-based knowledge to implement into their behavior to improve their chances of earning a security clearance

Purpose: Learn how the following areas may impact one’s ability to earn a security clearance.

  • Contact Information
  • Residences
  • Education History
  • Employment
  • References
  • Foreign Contacts and Travel
  • Mental Health Records
  • Personal Conduct and Digital Footprint
  • Police Record
  • Illegal Drug Use
  • Alcohol Use
  • Financial Record
  • Misuse of Information Technology
  • Non-criminal Court Actions
  • Association

For More Information Contact:

Sandra Harvey

Disclaimer: This course has been created at the request of regional, cyber-focused companies. By enrolling in this course you are agreeing to allow BPCC OnDemand to have access to the personal information you provide as well as course completion information. Completion of the course does not guarantee one will earn a security clearance and completion of the course does not result in academic credit being earned.