Skills for Security and Security Buyer Live enter into media partnership for virtual event

Skills for Security 400x400 logoSecurity Buyer Live has announced a new media partnership with Skills for Security for our virtual event on 9-10 March 2022.

Skills for Security, the UKs largest Fire & Security national training provider. Support over 400 apprentices, across their centres in Warrington, Birmingham, Scotland, Oxford and Watford (opening mid 2022). Skills for Security have a reach like no other and implement courses through a range of mixed delivery methods. With a vision to remove barriers to those accessing training in the fire and security sector, Skills for Security aim to achieve this through delivery of high quality learning and teaching; making training accessible and easy to access; improving the awareness of the fire and security as a career of choice; and improving the quality and standard of engineer throughout the UK.

Security Buyer Live will be the new dedicated online experience for the entire international security sector to source the latest equipment and systems, develop important business relationships and generate new business opportunities. SBLive is perfectly placed to establish itself as the leading and must-attend online event for the security sector, and our partnership with Skills for Security demonstrates our dedication to upskilling and tackling the skill gap in the industry.

David Scott, Managing Director at Skills for security said, “As one of the leading Apprenticeship Training Providers in the UK, we are proud to play a key role in the development of our sector. We are delighted to partner with Security Buyer Live to make an impact on the industry whilst also reaching a whole new audience.”

Speaking on the partnership, Jon Pittock, Publisher, Hand Media International stated, “Security Buyer Live is the new, innovative virtual experience for the security industry. Our new partnership with Skills for Security highlights our dedication to providing best practice for our attendees and help improve the industry together.”