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IFSEC 2016: Engineers Of Tomorrow Annual Competition For Fire & Security Apprentice Engineers Now Fully-booked

64 of fire and security industry’s young engineers will head to IFSEC 2016 to put their skills against each other in live installation challenge IFSEC International, organized by UBM EMEA, have recently announced that all places on the prestigious Engineers of Tomorrow annual competition are now filled. 64 of the fire and security industry’s brightest young engineers will head to IFSEC International over the 21-23 June 2016 to put their skills against each other in...

Engineers Of Tomorrow Competition Registration Now Open To Fire & Security Apprentice Engineers

Successful entrants to Engineers of Tomorrow will be invited to pit their skills against each other in a live installation challenge at IFSEC 2016 The prestigious Engineers of Tomorrow annual competition is now open for the fire and security industry’s brightest young engineers to register their interest. Successful entrants will then be invited to pit their skills against each other in a live installation challenge at Europe’s largest security exhibition, IFSEC In...

BSIA Urges Home Secretary To Consider All Options Before Deciding The SIA’s Future

Independent oversight is key to maintaining public confidence in the private security industryThe British Security Industry Association (BSIA) has called for the Home Secretary to carefully consider the implications of the rumoured abolition of theSecurity Industry Authority (SIA), following recent speculation in the press that the security industry regulator is about to be scrapped. In a letter to Theresa May MP, BSIA Chief Executive, James Kelly, appeals for the Home Office to engage with the...