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SIA intern projects available

The Security Institute : 24 September, 2007  (New Product)
Security Industry Authority internships being offered on three industry projects
The Security Industry Authority (SIA) and The Security Institute are pleased to offer development opportunities to three interns from the private security industry, to each work on three specific projects at the SIA.

Interns will be based at the SIA's London office for a minimum of six months and will support development managers; working on implementing the EU Directive on Recognition of Professional Qualifications, scoping the introduction of SIA licensing to Northern Ireland, and delivery of the SIA's Stakeholder Engagement Plan.

The programme will enhance the understanding of professional security issues between the SIA and the broad community of security professionals.

The Security Institute will recruit, screen and recommend applicants for the internship and the SIA will select suitable candidates for the programme.

It is anticipated that the first intern may start as early as November 2007.

Ruth Henig, Chairman of the SIA said:

"This internship is a great opportunity for someone already working in the private security industry to focus their skills and experience on topical issues within the SIA. It will also enhance the communication between the security industry and the SIA.

"We welcome applicants from all security professions and we are looking forward to working collaboratively with The Security Institute to recruit the best candidates."

Bill Wyllie, Chairman of The Security Institute said:

"We warmly welcome this tremendous initiative, which will enable us all to play a part in taking forward the work of regulation. The Security Institute will work closely with the SIA to develop first class candidates for the role and I am confident that those involved in the business of security will lend their active and practical support to the scheme."

The process of recruitment and selection will be conducted by The Security Institute.
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