Tavcom, the world’s leading provider of accredited security systems training, is offering all IPSA members a 15% discount on its internationally accredited and recognised BTEC classroom, workshop and online training courses.
IPSA ( International Professional Security Association) is a membership body which was formed over 50 years ago to ensure professionalism in the management of security operations. It operates within the framework of fourteen regions which includes many overseas countries. It offers membership to those employed in industrial or commercial security and to those companies who supply services or materials used in connection with industrial or commercial security.
“I know that IPSA members are always looking to enhance their professional development and take on board career enhancing knowledge and qualifications,” said Mr Justin Bentley, Chief Executive Officer of IPSA. “I am therefore delighted that we have been able to negotiate this substantial discount on Tavcom accredited courses and I would encourage all our members to take a close look at the Tavcom Prospectus which can be viewed at www.tavcom.com.”
Over 70 regularly scheduled training courses
Part of the Linx International Group, Tavcom offers courses to meet the training requirements of security professionals at all levels, from foundation courses for those with little or no previous experience, to highly advanced programmes for security managers and company executives. In total, Tavcom currently offer over 70 regularly scheduled training courses ranging from one day seminars, to five day fully residential programmes.
Tavcom’s workshops in Bishops Waltham, Hampshire provide unrivalled ‘hands-on’ facilities which offer immediate opportunities to put theory into practice – a Tavcom tradition of blended learning that has refined the knowledge and skills of thousands of delegates for over 20 years.
At your own pace and in your own time
The Tavcom tutored supported online e-learning courses are intended to offer a practical alternative to traditional classroom style courses and will allow IPSA members to acquire new skill sets without having to come ‘off the road’.