Skills for Security, the skills and standards setting body, reports a prominent role at IFSEC again this year.
IFSEC is a useful platform for exchanging information and keeping people informed about the latest developments within the industry, so this is SfS says what Skills for Security will be doing.
This year sees the launch of a conference programme at IFSEC and Skills for Security is playing a role in lining up some speakers for the three days.
In addition, Skills for Security will be delivering free informative presentations at their own meeting room, stand 686, inside the main entrance of Hall 7. Topics will cover the future of apprenticeships, funded training programmes and how to use National Occupational Standards, to name a few. Skills for Security will also be explaining the work that they have been doing on behalf of employers within the industry in the free seminars in the Security Guarding and Support Services area, Hall 7.
The skills body will be present at IFSEC throughout the week, with the team available to discuss any queries you have, if you would like to make a specific appointment with one of the team or would like to learn more about the presentations taking place, visit the SfS website www.skillsforsecurity.org.uk and click on the IFSEC banner.