Connect Newsletter- Issue 1

Connect Newsletter- Issue 1

Greg Watts – NZSA Director

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IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT
NZSA Training now offers a range of courses including:
Mandatory Training (unit standards 27360, 27361, 27364) from $300 + GST
National Certificate in Security Level 2 (LCP1, LCP2)
National Certificate in Security Level 3
Customised training programmes

NZSA Training now offers a range of courses including:

  • Mandatory Training (unit standards 27360, 27361, 27364) from $300 + GST
  • National Certificate in Security Level 2 (LCP1, LCP2)
  • National Certificate in Security Level 3
  • Customised training programmes

TRAINING VENUES & CONFIRMED DATES AS OF 11TH DECEMBER

Training Venues

Qualification Badges to Provide an Additional Incentive for Training

Mandatory training sets a minimum level; however learners engaged through NZQA qualification based programmes that contain additional units, may also achieve recognition through the award of an NZSA Badge.

The initial white badge will be awarded on completion of a 20 credit limited credit programme (LCP1); as staff continue to progress onto the National Certificates (Level 2 – yellow badge etc) and above they will be awarded higher level badges, up to a black badge for the Level 6 Diploma.

For employers, and end users of security services, the badging system will enable an instant visual guide as to the skill sets of staff.
The NZSA will be investing heavily in the promotion of their badging system nationally with the intention of it becoming the default recognized standard across the industry

Awards Presentation

Karl Tuinukuafe from The Edge- Regional Facilities Auckland being presented with his certificate for completion of the Limited Credit Programme 1 towards the NZQA National Certificate in Security Level 2

Upcoming Events

The next Northern Breakfast meeting will be 21st February 2014. Ngaire Kelaher & Lincoln Potter will be presenting a report on their attendance at the 7th annual Asia Pacific Security Forum & Exhibition in Macau, China

Security News

Security ramped up for Mandela funeral
Johannesburg — South African security forces had only days to implement a rough plan for Nelson Mandela’s grand funeral, based partly on blueprints of past major events like the 2010 World Cup final. South Africa’s first black president had been …

Security guard attack accused in court
Anthony Taikato was remanded on bail on three charges laid after an attack on a Tauranga security guard who died of an unrelated cause. 10 December 2013. The man charged for attacking a security guard in Tauranga hours before he died of an unrelated …

Cyber security lab launched
The University has established the country’s only dedicated cyber security lab and also launched New Zealand’s first Masters degree in cyber security. The launch featured speeches by Vice-Chancellor Professor Roy Crawford, Gallaghers head Sir William ..

Police searching for missing person
Police are seeking information or the location of Paul ARBER a visiting Australian tennis coach. Mr ARBER is 38 years old, Caucasian of slight build 179cm Tall and short dark hair. Last seen on Saturday the 7th December wearing a grey track suit and blue and white sand shoes in the Hamilton East area.
Any Information please contact: Kate Gabriel, The Waikato District Policing Development Manager on 07 858 9415 or The Hamilton Police Station on 07 858 6200 or Anonymously on Crime Stoppers 0800 555 111

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