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PerpetuityARC Training, part of the Linx International Group, has a new accredited online training course: Principles of Security. It’s aimed at security and SIA operatives. The SFJ Awards Level 2 Principles of Security course is for anyone looking for a career development plan starting with formal accreditation.
Sarah Hayward-Turton, Director of Sales and Marketing for PerpetuityARC, pictured, says: ‘As a leading security training provider, we want to offer professionals a comprehensive portfolio of training with which they can optimise their development process from home. We have developed an accredited training course aimed specifically for those looking at the ‘what next’ after SIA training. Accredited with a formal SFJ Awards Level 2, the Principles of Security online course covers the areas security operatives will need to know to secure a foundation of knowledge in security’.
As the training company says, COVID-19 has seen a turn to online training. Principles of Security SFJ Award Level 2 is available now, delivered online and hosted on the company’s bespoke e-learning platform. Whether security officers, CCTV operatives, close protection officers, door staff or security patrollers, learners cover the same content as the classroom course. That’s including: practices of security officers, risk and threat identification, diversity and equality, and communication methods. Learners also get an understanding of legal enforcement acts, information and cyber security, customer service, and the significance of strong situational awareness.
Sarah Hayward-Turton adds: ‘After we successfully introduced a number of new virtual training courses late last year and early this year, we can now push to expand our portfolio of virtual and online training further so we can continue to meet the global demand our learners are seeking. The addition of this course is something we’re excited about and gives us the confidence to develop and adapt our other traditional classroom-based courses further.’