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The British Security Awards recognise key achievements from within the private security industry and for the third consecutive year NSI is sponsoring the ‘Apprentice of the Year’. Aimed at the next generation of engineers within the industry, this category will reward an apprentice for their outstanding commitment to training, personal initiative and customer service.
Richard Jenkins, NSI Chief Executive, pictured, said: “Our support of apprenticeships in the security and fire sectors is an intrinsic part of NSI’s commitment to raising standards and whilst an ongoing need to bridge the future skills gap exists, our support of apprenticeships remains as ever pertinent. We encourage companies to nominate their exceptional apprentices and give them the recognition they deserve.
“We look forward to this year’s British Security Awards as a vital opportunity to shine a spotlight on the invaluable contribution of those within the private security industry who go above and beyond to keep people, property and assets safe.”
Entries for the awards will close on Friday, April 16; the finalists will be announced on Tuesday, May 11; and winners on the day.
Due to the covid-19 pandemic, the 2020 awards ceremony was held online. The 2021 judges include Roy Cooper, the MD of Professional Security Magazine; past BSIA chair Pauline Norstrom; and at the BSIA, Sarah Staff and David Wilkinson.