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08/01/2017

Perpetuity launches a managing security surveys e-learning course

Wigston, Leicester (UK)

Perpetuity Academy has introduced a Managing Security Surveys E-Learning course designed to appeal to both Security Managers and those embarking on a career in security.

The BTEC Level 4 accredited Managing Security Surveys E-Learning course allows learners to study at their own pace and in their own time, without disrupting their daily routine. Taking approximately 30 hours to complete, the course provides information and guidelines on the various stages involved in conducting a security survey, and how it should be used as part of an ongoing risk analysis and security strategy. As part of the course learners undertake a security survey enabling them to put the theory in to practice.

“Being able to conduct a security survey is essential for anyone who has the responsibility of ensuring the protection of their company or organisation’s property, people and assets,” said Ken Livingstone MSc, Director of Perpetuity Training Ltd. “This new course offers an easy to understand, step-by-step guide on how to acquire this important skill and it also provides a survey template which learners are able to utilise within their working environments in order to identify specific threats.”


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