The dates for this online virtual classroom course are 6th - 10th September and the 13th, 15th and 17th September. This is a BTEC Level 4 course, delivered via Zoom. You will be emailed full joining instructions before the course. Professionals from all industries can be called upon to conduct investigations within the workplace. It’s crucial that impartiality and fairness are adopted by those tasked with the investigation, but there is a lot more to consider here. The purpose of the investigation may be to establish whether a crime has been committed. Perhaps a complaint has been raised, or an incident has happened which requires analysis. It may be a suspicion of malpractice, or the organisation is suffering from internal theft. Investigations can lead to supporting potential litigation, or internal disciplinary procedures. This popular classroom training course provides the basic skills and knowledge necessary to undertake fair, legally-compliant and effective investigations. You’ll leave training with a thorough understanding of the relationship between employment law to criminal law.  You’ll cover corporate risk, the nuances of body language and questioning styles and techniques. The training course is delivered by subject matter experts, using interactive case studies and practical scenarios. It is based on UK law, and considers international legal frameworks. The training draws out specific details from jurisdictions represented by the learner group. Although this training course includes elements of ‘security’, it is not just aimed at those within security departments. We welcome those from HR, Facilities, general management roles, and many functions which sit outside that of the traditional security manager. Your tutor will ensure your personal and professional motivations for wishing to complete this training is understood and catered to. Read More

The dates for this online virtual classroom course are 14th - 18th June and the 21st, 23rd and 25th June. This is a BTEC Level 4 course, delivered via Zoom. You will be emailed full joining instructions before the course. Professionals from all industries can be called upon to conduct investigations within the workplace. It’s crucial that impartiality and fairness are adopted by those tasked with the investigation, but there is a lot more to consider here. The purpose of the investigation may be to establish whether a crime has been committed. Perhaps a complaint has been raised, or an incident has happened which requires analysis. It may be a suspicion of malpractice, or the organisation is suffering from internal theft. Investigations can lead to supporting potential litigation, or internal disciplinary procedures. This popular classroom training course provides the basic skills and knowledge necessary to undertake fair, legally-compliant and effective investigations. You’ll leave training with a thorough understanding of the relationship between employment law to criminal law.  You’ll cover corporate risk, the nuances of body language and questioning styles and techniques. The training course is delivered by subject matter experts, using interactive case studies and practical scenarios. It is based on UK law, and considers international legal frameworks. The training draws out specific details from jurisdictions represented by the learner group. Although this training course includes elements of ‘security’, it is not just aimed at those within security departments. We welcome those from HR, Facilities, general management roles, and many functions which sit outside that of the traditional security manager. Your tutor will ensure your personal and professional motivations for wishing to complete this training is understood and catered to. Read More

The dates for this online virtual classroom course are 1st - 5th March and the 8th, 10th and 12th March. This is a BTEC Level 4 course, delivered via Zoom. You will be emailed full joining instructions before the course. Professionals from all industries can be called upon to conduct investigations within the workplace. It’s crucial that impartiality and fairness are adopted by those tasked with the investigation, but there is a lot more to consider here. The purpose of the investigation may be to establish whether a crime has been committed. Perhaps a complaint has been raised, or an incident has happened which requires analysis. It may be a suspicion of malpractice, or the organisation is suffering from internal theft. Investigations can lead to supporting potential litigation, or internal disciplinary procedures. This popular classroom training course provides the basic skills and knowledge necessary to undertake fair, legally-compliant and effective investigations. You’ll leave training with a thorough understanding of the relationship between employment law to criminal law.  You’ll cover corporate risk, the nuances of body language and questioning styles and techniques. The training course is delivered by subject matter experts, using interactive case studies and practical scenarios. It is based on UK law, and considers international legal frameworks. The training draws out specific details from jurisdictions represented by the learner group. Although this training course includes elements of ‘security’, it is not just aimed at those within security departments. We welcome those from HR, Facilities, general management roles, and many functions which sit outside that of the traditional security manager. Your tutor will ensure your personal and professional motivations for wishing to complete this training is understood and catered to. Read More

The dates for this online virtual classroom course are 2nd - 6th August and the 9th, 11th and 13th August. This accredited virtual classroom training course is a comprehensive introduction to the essentials of corporate security management. Suitable for all levels, this training is perfect for those wishing to understand the fundamentals of security. It is designed to provide security managers and those for whom security is one of a number of responsibilities, with the knowledge and confidence necessary to manage a successful security management function. Identifying assets, threats and vulnerabilities leads to the design of physical security countermeasures. The course focuses on the core requirements to secure people and other critical assets, including risk assessments, risk matrix creation, and how to prepare a business case for security provisions to a senior management team. The course is delivered via Video Conferencing with students interacting both with the tutor and each other as required. There are 8 sessions for the course, the main teaching takes place during the 1st week, with a 2 hour session per day, and three sessions in the following week, on Monday, Wednesday and Friday each lasting 2 hours to complete the work required for the accreditation. Private study outside of the virtual classroom may be required. The BTEC Level 4 assessment is completed through a learner workbook, project presentation and trainer evaluation. There is no ‘exam’ as such; assessment is supported by the tutor who is there to ensure you gain the very best learning experience. You will receive an email within 2 working days from training@linx-group.co.uk with details of how to access the PerpetuityARC eLearning Platform and start your course.  If you have not received the email within the specified time, please email: training@linx-group.co.uk for assistance.   Read More

The dates for this online virtual classroom course are 19th - 23rd April and the 26th, 28th and 30th April. This accredited virtual classroom training course is a comprehensive introduction to the essentials of corporate security management. Suitable for all levels, this training is perfect for those wishing to understand the fundamentals of security. It is designed to provide security managers and those for whom security is one of a number of responsibilities, with the knowledge and confidence necessary to manage a successful security management function. Identifying assets, threats and vulnerabilities leads to the design of physical security countermeasures. The course focuses on the core requirements to secure people and other critical assets, including risk assessments, risk matrix creation, and how to prepare a business case for security provisions to a senior management team. The course is delivered via Video Conferencing with students interacting both with the tutor and each other as required. There are 8 sessions for the course, the main teaching takes place during the 1st week, with a 2 hour session per day, and three sessions in the following week, on Monday, Wednesday and Friday each lasting 2 hours to complete the work required for the accreditation. Private study outside of the virtual classroom may be required. The BTEC Level 4 assessment is completed through a learner workbook, project presentation and trainer evaluation. There is no ‘exam’ as such; assessment is supported by the tutor who is there to ensure you gain the very best learning experience. You will receive an email within 2 working days from training@linx-group.co.uk with details of how to access the PerpetuityARC eLearning Platform and start your course.  If you have not received the email within the specified time, please email: training@linx-group.co.uk for assistance.   Read More

The dates for this online virtual classroom course are 18th - 22nd January and the 25th, 27th and 29th January. This accredited virtual classroom training course is a comprehensive introduction to the essentials of corporate security management. Suitable for all levels, this training is perfect for those wishing to understand the fundamentals of security. It is designed to provide security managers and those for whom security is one of a number of responsibilities, with the knowledge and confidence necessary to manage a successful security management function. Identifying assets, threats and vulnerabilities leads to the design of physical security countermeasures. The course focuses on the core requirements to secure people and other critical assets, including risk assessments, risk matrix creation, and how to prepare a business case for security provisions to a senior management team. The course is delivered via Video Conferencing with students interacting both with the tutor and each other as required. There are 8 sessions for the course, the main teaching takes place during the 1st week, with a 2 hour session per day, and three sessions in the following week, on Monday, Wednesday and Friday each lasting 2 hours to complete the work required for the accreditation. Private study outside of the virtual classroom may be required. The BTEC Level 4 assessment is completed through a learner workbook, project presentation and trainer evaluation. There is no ‘exam’ as such; assessment is supported by the tutor who is there to ensure you gain the very best learning experience. You will receive an email within 2 working days from training@linx-group.co.uk with details of how to access the PerpetuityARC eLearning Platform and start your course.  If you have not received the email within the specified time, please email: training@linx-group.co.uk for assistance.   Read More

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