KABSEC Training have been working this week with Sheffield University to upskill their security and facilities managers in crime prevention tools and techniques.
The University have chosen to invest in their staff and they are undertaking the Level 3 Award in Introduction to Crime Prevention. The award covers the skills and knowledge required to appraise an environment for security and safety concerns and introduces problem solving techniques.
Held on site at Sheffield University the training was fully adapted to meet the needs of the team and the on-site exercises allowed the learning to be assimilated in their own working environment.
One of the learners gave this feedback:
“Liked the case study with it being real and relevant and enjoyed undertaking the site survey as it has made me look at thing differently when I am conducting surveys or just walking around the campus”
The training was commissioned by Richard Yates, Head of Security, Sheffield University. Richard had been previously trained by Janet Caton and wanted his staff to have, what he described as, “the same positive learning experience”.
Richard is also completing his Level 5 Diploma in Designing Out Crime with KABSEC Training, using his current role and experience to provide the evidence required to achieve the qualification.