Member of the British Security Industry Association (BSIA), Connelly Security Systems (CSS) has partnered with Skills for Security to access its newly developed online technical Continuing Professional Development (CPD) courses.
CSS intends to use Skills for Security’s online courses to up-skill their workforce over the next year, starting with an initial ten engineers. The courses are aimed at installers, project managers, surveyors and maintenance engineers and the training will be delivered through a customised virtual training portal.
The hope is to enhance knowledge of the latest British and European Standards for the design of electronic security systems, including video surveillance intruder detection, fire detection and access control. As a BSIA member, CSS were also able to obtain a 20% discount.
“The pandemic has changed the way we think of training; people want flexibility, high quality, and affordable courses,” said David Scott, Managing Director, Skills for Security. “CSS pride itself on having a fully qualified and competent workforce. I have worked with CSS for many years now and have always admired their investment in training and staff.
“CSS have come to Skills for Security with the intent of showing both their workforce and the wider security industry that up-skilling engineers and staff members are necessary and easy to do. We are looking forward to implementing their bespoke training plan, which covers vital topics and all-important CPD accreditation.”
Corrie Stewart, Training and Development Manager, CSS, added: “We are delighted to be undertaking several commercial courses with Skills for Security ensuring all of our team are up to date with current rules, regulations in our ever growing industry.”