The Security Event and Tavcom partner up
24 October 2019
PARTNERING WITH The Security Event, Tavcom will be hosting their Tavcom Training Theatre at next years event from 28-30 April 2020, NEC Birmingham. Bringing security professionals together through educating, training, learning as well as adding to the professional development of installers, engineers, technicians and end-users in the security sector.
Multi-award winning Tavcom Training is renowned as the ‘premier provider’ of accredited and practical technical security training courses. Tavcom Training’s world-class facilities, expert trainers and courses have educated thousands working in our industry. Being vendor agnostic, Tavcom Training teaches the core technical concepts rather than benchmark one manufacturer against another. It is this focus that makes Tavcom Training so popular allowing learners to be able gain globally recognised qualifications and apply their knowledge to latest technology.
Tavcom Training’s commitment to raising professional standards in the security & fire industry has seen the launch of the Certified Technical Security Professional Register. The CTSP Register which is endorsed by the BSIA and SSAIB, lists the names and competencies of individual registrants, and will have an added presence throughout the event.
The Security Event marks a key change in the UK Security event landscape. Hosted in the Midlands at The NEC Birmingham, it offers a significant new choice for the UK’s commercial and residential security sector. Having rapidly established industry-wide interest, The Security Event continues to attract leading businesses including Tavcom Training.
David Gill, chief executive of the Linx International Group comments, “We are all delighted that Tavcom Training are partnering with The Security Event. We attended the launch of The Security Event and were impressed by the support from the UK security community. We have also recognised the growing support it continues to receive. As the industry’s premier training provider, it is important that we take part and showcase our expertise to provide visitors with an insight into how we contribute to raising industry standards, knowledge and competencies of those operating in the technical security sector.”
Tristan Norman, group exhibition director comments, “We are thrilled to be working with Tavcom Training as an event partner for The Security Event 2020. I’ve long since known the importance that Tavcom brings to our market and we look forward to being able to share their expertise through The Tavcom Training Theatre at The Security Event 2020.
Norman concludes, “this is yet another very exciting chapter for The Security Event, and Tavcom Training’s support, along with other new partnerships, reinforces the added value of the event as a must-attend exhibition in the UK for both commercial and residential security.”
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