SIA revoking licences obtained with fraudulent qualifications

 
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Monday, 21 August 2017

SIA revoking licences obtained with fraudulent qualifications

SIA - Security Industry AuthorityThe Security Industry Authority [SIA] has started the revocation process for 129 SIA licences that are linked to alleged training and qualification malpractice.

The revocations relate to training malpractice at Ashely Commerce College, in Ilford, East London, and qualifications obtained fraudulently from awarding body Industry Qualifications (IQ).

The licences being revoked cover Door Supervision and CCTV. More revocations may follow.

Employers and security buyers can check the validity of an SIA licence by using the SIA’s online Register of Licence Holders: www.sia.homeoffice.gov.uk/RoLH

Training malpractice relating to licence linked qualifications can be reported to the SIA at: www.sia.homeoffice.gov.uk/tell-us

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