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IPSA in training co-operation agreement

International Professional Security Association (IPSA) : 10 July, 2008  (Company News)
New methods at IPSA cuts its teeth on training with agreement with SAFE on the creation of co-operation initiative for the industry
The International Professional Security Association (IPSA) has reached agreement with security education specialists, SAFE, to develop a new strategic alliance to develop a support framework for trainers and co-operate on educational developments in the security industry. At the heart of the initiative is an agreement to develop a specialist grouping for trainers and an agreement to co-operate on new educational initiatives in the sector. IPSA will also recommend SAFE learning materials and courses with SAFE providing a discount to IPSA members.

Welcoming the agreement Justin Bentley, Chief Executive Officer at IPSA said 'For many years, IPSA has been a significant name in security education. The agreement with SAFE enables IPSA to work closely with a current leader in industry education, in the further development of the Association's strategy for education and training. The opportunity for IPSA members to benefit from discounts on the high quality products and services offered by SAFE, adds yet another element to IPSA as we continue to strengthen our services to members'.

Responding, Raymond Clarke, Managing Director of SAFE said, 'I am hugely encouraged by the decision of IPSA to provide representative arrangements for security trainers. This initiative is long overdue and I applaud IPSA for taking a lead on this issue. We look forward to playing our part in making this exciting initiative a major success and indeed co-operating with IPSA on a range of other initiatives in security education.
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