Tues 28th Feb 2012 - Seminar
Our next seminar will take place on Tuesday 28th February 2012 in the Osprey Hotel, Naas, Co. Kildare. Tea and coffee will be available from 09:15hrs.
The seminar will commence at 10:00hrs sharp and run until approximately 12:30hrs. a light lunch is provided on conclusion.
Pilot of the Professional Investigations Management course designed and developed by the Security Institute receives excellent feedback>
The course content is directly relevant to the modern workplace environment. Course delivery involves a mixture of lectures, group work, home study, exercises and individual participation.
Certified to ISO/IEC 17024:2003 by the Security Institute who are the only INAB Accredited Certification Body in the sector
Feedback from participants included:
“In short it was brilliant. The course was very informative and made me
Corporate Member Category reintroduced in response to industry demand.
The primary focus will be to represent the views and interests of Corporate Members. Members will have access to practical advice, information, education and a range of facilities, Seminars and Workshops.
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Event Security Training Specification launch
The Specification is certified by the Security Institute at Intermediate Level (level 5 equivalent) and satisfies all areas of event including entry, parking, crowd control and bar area operations. We will be establishing, under our National Register, a list of trainers authorised to deliver the course and a vital part of this registration is the attendance at a briefing session to review the overall requirements for candidate certification.
This briefing session will take place on Tuesday 23rd June 2009 at the Abbeyleix Manor Hotel, Abbeyleix, Co. Laois from 0900hrs to 1700hrs. The cost for the day (to cover admin, meeting room and meals etc.) is €90. Credit card payments can be taken by contacting Caroline in the office on 045 409222.
Our first batch of trainers have recently qualified to deliver the Dealing with Conflict and Physical Threat Specification.
Congratulations to all and our appreciation to Archangel Services Ltd NI for their excellent course and trainers.
The Security Institute have been approved by FETAC to offer the Level 6 Security Operations and Administration Award under Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL) or any components thereof which includes the following:
The Security Institute is the only Fetac Quality Assured centre to achieve this status in the Security Industry.
Jan 2009: To facilitate Institute developments and provide an enhanced service for our users, we have moved to new offices in Ladytown Business Park, Naas, Co Kildare.
Our new contact details may be found at the foot of the page and on the Contact Us page. Phone numbers from our previous office will forward to the new lines for an interim period.
The specification and registration requirements for in-house trainers have been reviewed and up dated, all in-house trainers wishing to remain within the institute certification system will be attending upskilling sessions. If you are an in-house trainer and have not been contacted please let us know.
After the 1st January 2009 only trainers whose names are entered on the National Qualifications Register will have access to certification for their learners. This will be ongoing.
Aine Keegan has been appointed head of certification. Aine has been with the Institute for five years and as such is very experienced in the area.
We were approached two years ago by a number of the main organisations in the close protection sector to put in place a certification scheme for their staff or members. A draft specification has now been developed and circulated for comment. It is now proposed to run a pilot course to test the overall course.