Great to be back in South Yorkshire delivering one of several learning days for the ProqualLevel 4 Certificate In Crime Prevention for Practitioners. This face to face training complemented the distant learning that had commenced earlier in the year with the candidates.
The day was opened by Chief Inspector Paul Ferguson. He encouraged the delegates to make the very best of the opportunity to work with KABSEC Training and to enhance their existing Crime Prevention knowledge and skills. The Level 4 Certificate will build on their previous learning and experience and provide them with the chance to become Crime Prevention experts in their Neighbourhood Teams.
The day was supported by fascinating input from Paul Stephens from Helplocks , who explained the mysteries of different locks and other security items. The delegates built their own content for the security products session, making it bespoke and relevant to the roles they have. Kevin Burrows led this session and addressed the concerns raised at the preliminary learning phase with regard to a lack of crime prevention product knowledge.
The delegates, who are completing the first phase of the assessment process, are fully supported by the team at KABSEC Training at each stage of the learning and assessment routeway to achieve the qualification.