Skills for Security launch new improved website and refreshed brand identity

Skills for Security has launched its new website and a refreshed brand identity to reflect its status as the largest supplier of fire and security apprenticeships in the UK.

Skills for Security, the wholly owned subsidiary of the British Security Industry Association, has also relocated to Warrington to a new larger training centre, and the new website and brand identity is the latest development over the last 18 months to consolidate its commitment to deliver on their promise of providing a high quality education to their apprentices, and playing a crucial role in creating the skilled engineers needed within the industry. The new strapline ‘tomorrow’s engineers, today’, has been created to reflect this aspiration.

As well as offering advice and courses designed for anyone wishing to become an apprentice in fire, emergency and security systems, team leadership and customer service, the new website offers accredited commercial technical training courses and continuing professional development, both online and classroom based.

David Scott, Managing Director, Skills for Security (SfS), said: “In the last 18 months there have been a significant amount of changes at SfS as we continue to play a key role in delivering apprenticeship training across the United Kingdom. Launching our new fit for purpose website and refreshed brand identity – not to mention our recently opened training centre in Warrington – underlines our credentials as the leading provider of apprentices in the electronic fire and security sector.

“Apprenticeships are a vital route into a successful career in the security sector; at present we have over 200 apprentices enrolled throughout England, we are leading the industry in online accredited training and we can offer highly effective programs for companies through a range of mixed delivery methods. I am really confident that our new identity and website is a positive reflection of our offer to apprentices and companies alike.”

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