Why not put yourself or a colleague forward to take part in Engineers of Tomorrow 2017. Prove your skills on a global stage at IFSEC International 2017 and compete against your peers with the opportunity to win top prizes, industry recognition and potential credits towards your level 2 or 3 NVQ portfolio.
Now heading into its 19th year the competition is set to see more than 60 young engineers pit their skills against one other. Competitors have 90 minutes in which to install and find faults with a security system. The overall winners and their employers will be invited to the prestigious Security Excellence Awards, which take place in November in London, where the Engineer of Tomorrow winner will be anointed to claim a £1,000 prize.
Sponsored by CSL, NSI, SSAIB and Skills for Security the competition serves as a platform through which Apprentices and Engineers not only burnish their credentials as installers/engineers but help to raise the profile of their employers too.
Launched 18 years ago by Skills For Security (then the Security Industry Training Organisation) as the IFSEC Apprentice Challenge the Engineers of Tomorrow competition gave rise to the 100 in 100 initiative six years ago. The scheme has already helped launch the careers of more than 3,000 young Apprentices.
Click here to nominate yourself or a colleague and get more information about the competition.