Secudac (Pty) Ltd leverages on the expertise and relationships it has in place with Tshwane University of Technology (TUT) (previously Pretoria Technikon) and UNISA (University of South Africa) to ensure the quality delivery of services and training to its clients in respect of CJS & forensic sciences. We also have accreditation with industry leading examination institutes in regards to best practice in the relevant industries i.e ITIL, COBIT and ISO.


Secudac(Pty) Ltd encourages clients to be involved in the monitoring and visiting of classes to show their interest and give support to their learners along the process of gaining a qualification.

Secudac(Pty) Ltd realises that the delivery of operational and life skills training is an opportunity to enhance the understanding between business and operations. We prioritize our training to include previously disadvantaged people and wherever possible ensure that those involved in the delivery and management of the process are taken from these designated groups.


As part of our Strategic Human Resource Profile we also focus on Skills Development which involves the management of Learning Programmes through Sector Education Training Authority (SETA). We utilise an integrated management approach for the enhancement of Skills Development and/or Training & Development for your organisation, we also provide you with the necessary framework and take proactive action in ensuring that your company has a solid foundation and a functional system that not only allows it to operate, but to add value, enhance the work culture, be more flexible and expand according to its needs.


Learners who are police officials will be taught to transfer their acquired ABET knowledge into practice by means of role play and or/case studies. For the learners who are not police officials, the training will not only allow them the opportunity to get insight into the functional aspects of policing duties, but they will also be empowered to know their rights as private citizens regarding the obligation of the SAPS to protect and uphold the Constitution. They will be informed about the contents of the Bill of Rights, non-police officials will be skilled to understand their role within the business and why process and standardisation is important.