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The training company TFS have won another training contract with TfL (Transport for London). Over the next three years a series of week-long programmes will be delivered to operational staff deployed by the Enforcement and On-Street Operations Directorate. The courses contain bespoke modules including personal safety and exit strategies that are underpinned by exclusive doctorial research commissioned by TFS.
Chris Gibson, lead trainer at TFS’ Personal Safety and Exit Strategies Division, said: “The award of this contract again demonstrates the ability of TFS to deliver a high-specification course that will provide TfL with a significant return on investment in terms of enhanced operational pedigree and safe working practices within arguably one of the most demanding of all geographical locations.”
Training will commence in August. And TFS after a tender process TFS is already delivering since May specially commissioned conflict management for surface based staff operating out of the capital’s bus station hubs. Dave Pascoe of TFS said: “The volume of passengers and related incidents within the context of busy and often restricted working environments provided a significant test of the TFS brand and I am pleased that senior TfL management bought into our vision.”
TFS last featured in the March 2014 print issue of Professional Security for their training work with Hertfordshire Police on investigative interviewing.
Pictured: Rectory Road station in north London.