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Remaining places available for conferences on security skills

Skills For Security : 29 October, 2007  (New Product)
Security skills conferences in Oxford and Belfast to discuss unlocking staff skills potential, skills for security at the Olympics and licensing issues.
The first of the Skills for Security Annual Conferences and Awards takes place in just over 7 days time at the Kassam Stadium, Oxford on 8th November.

The Conference titled 'Unlocking Skills Potential' boosts an impressive line up of speakers including Vernon Coaker, Parliamentary Under-Secretary of State for Policing, Security and Community Safety, who will be discussing Licensing: An opportunity for professionalism, Dick Winterton, Managing Director, City & Guilds Awards, who will be presenting on Delivering skills for a global economy, Malcolm Baker, SO15 who will be discussing Skills for the Olympics and Jeff Worthy, JobCentre Plus who will be presenting on Skills potential of the unemployed.

Liz Hall, LLUK will also be explaining recent changes to the qualification framework, Jaine Clarke, LSC, will be highlighting their latest developments and campaign around 'Our future. It's in our hands' and Mike Britnell, Bank of England will be stressing the importance of 'Security failure as a critical business issue.'
Skills for Security, is also hosting a Conference and Awards Ceremony in Northern Ireland, at the Waterfront Hall, Belfast on 14th November.

Speakers for the Northern Ireland Conference include: Paul Goggins, Minister of State for Northern Ireland, who will be discussing why mandatory licensing of security personnel is an opportunity for professionalism, Hazel Banks, Director of Strategic Development at the Security Industry Authority (SIA) who will be presenting on the regulators' plans for licensing Door Stewards, Security Guards, Close Protection Officers and Cash in Transit Guards working in the private security industry in Northern Ireland. There will also be presentations from David Dickinson, Chief Executive of the British Security Industry Association, Edward Gorringe, Chief Executive of the Police Rehabilitation and Retraining Trust and Assistant Chief Constable Roy Toner, Police Service of Northern Ireland, who will be presenting on the subject of why licensing of security personnel is needed.

In addition to this you will have the latest updates from Skills for Security and how as a Skills and Standards Setting Body we are helping to raise professionalism within the industry.

Both events will host an exhibition with training providers, awarding bodies, trade bodies, leading conflict management and security specialists and other organisations demonstrating a range of products and services. The conferences will also play host to an awards ceremony looking at outstanding training and development practices within the Security Business Sector.
These events are not to be missed and attract professionals from the security guarding, close protection, CVIT, door supervision, investigation, security systems, community warden sub-sectors and associated public sectors, such as the police and military.

Delegate spaces are still available at £115.00 + VAT for Sorensen members and £135.00 + VAT for non-members. Please visit the skills for security website and click on the conference 'balloon' banner for further information and to book your place.
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