New eLearning Sponsor for IFPO UK

Assist Security Service announced as the new eLearning sponsor

As a membership organisation supporting frontline security professionals, education and certification is at the heart of our activities. 

We are excited to announce the Assist Security Services are the new sponsor of our eLearning platform learn.ifpo.uk.   Assist, who are also a Corporate Member of the IFPO appreciate the value of education and training so it great that our mission and theirs is in alignment.

IFPO UK Director, Mike Hurst, said on the announcement “we have been talking with Assist about this for some time and with their support we can continue to expand our eLearning offering which is available both to individuals looking to improve their knowledge in specific areas and organisations seeking to upskill their teams.”

In addition to the eLearning modules, IFPO also offers face to face and hybrid programs, covering security, safeguarding, management and mental health, all aimed at the security and accredited.

Troy Hewitt, CEO of Assist comments that Assist Services Group was established with the sole objective of providing a fully inclusive security service which is delivered through sector specialised subsidiaries therefore creating a large group business with sector experts leading each division ensuring a personable, best in class service.

We believe, with a group focus and Senior Leadership Team, we can align the businesses in terms of operational excellence and provide a personable service exceeding our client’s expectations.

This also expands our ability in terms of service offerings including but not limited to; Corporate Security, Luxury Retail Security, Close Protection and Residential Security, Event Management, Intelligence and Investigation and CCTV monitoring.

We have also increased our location presence and management structure ensuring compliance and best practice across the business. Assist Group – Protection Through Partnership”

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