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Joint delivery of Risk Management courses

International Professional Security Association (IPSA) : 16 December, 2008  (New Product)
IPSA teams up with SAFE to deliver BTEC qualification level courses on Risk Management and Risk Assessment
SAFE and IPSA have agreed to co-operate in the delivery of a number of joint courses for 2009. IPSA have adopted SAFE materials for two programmes, Risk Management leading to the BTEC Level 4 Risk Management qualification and a Risk Assessment programme meeting the requirements of BS7499. IPSA and SAFE are also jointly revising their pre employment screening programmes, utilising the IPSA expertise on British Standards combined with SAFE's course development skills. SAFE will assist IPSA in the promotion, sale and delivery of these programmes.

Justin Bentley, Chief Executive of IPSA said, 'The Association has just launched its 2009 Training Calendar, which has provided the opportunity to build upon our excellent relationship with SAFE by co-operating on these three programmes. This partnership will help us to raise sector skills through increased participation, inform and advise development within SAFE and most importantly, add value for students through independent accreditation of learning events'.

Raymond Clarke, Managing Director of SAFE said 'SAFE has played a leading role in the development of sector specific management development, and the launch of the new Risk Management programmes in particular have done much to further strengthen our offering. Recognising that historically management development has been a strength of IPSA, we believe that co-operation between the two organisations will provide a sound platform for both quality learning events and an aid to career progression'.

The first public Risk Management programme will be offered by the IPSA at SAFE's Telford training centre in March 2009. Screening and BS 7499 Risk Assessment courses commence in January at IPSA's Ealing venue.
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