Kings continues to demonstrate its commitment to training & development

Kings Security Ltd are delighted to announce that 15 employees, who range in age from just 20 to 54 years old, were celebrating after gaining NVQs in a variety of disciplines.

25th October 2016

In a specially arranged graduation ceremony, eleven graduated with an NVQ Level 3 in Electronic Security and Emergency Systems, three graduated with an NVQ Level 2 in Business Administration, and one, 54 year old Eddie Atkins, graduated with an NVQ Level 3 in Management.

The NVQ Level 3 in Electronic Security and Emergency Systems was achieved by Harrison Cooke, Jack Baker, Sean Breeze, Oakley Cronly, Kieron Booker, Lyndon Pearson, Daniel Newman, Chris Hardwick, Jordan Bretherton, Chris Langley and Kevin Cattanach.

Hannaa Suleman, Joel Stead and Sophie Hizzett all achieved an NVQ Level 2 in Business Administration; Sophie’s with the addition of an HR element. A special mention was also made to the eight Apprentice engineers who competed in the Engineers of Tomorrow challenge, which took place earlier this year at IFSEC;  Zoe Allen, Fernando Martinez, Nathan Sparks, Daniel Robinson-Breen, Bradley Gilmour, Jason Townsend, Craig Newell and Harrison Moore.

“We’re delighted to be able to congratulate the class of 2016,” said Jolene Taylor, Head of Learning and Development at Kings Security.  “Our training academy is an intrinsic part of our business and we offer all of our staff core training in six different modules, while encouraging job specific training and qualifications such as NVQs and CSMP.”

Well done to everyone who graduated!