CTSP Launch Makes Top Ten Most Read Stories on IFSEC Global

CTSP Launch Makes Top Ten Most Read Stories on IFSEC Global
The launch of the Certified Technical Security Professional (CTSP) Register made the Top Ten list of the most read articles on IFSEC Global throughout 2017. The story entitled ‘Cowboy operators beware: Certification scheme breaks new ground’, written by the Editor of IFSEC Global, Adam Bannister was published on 28th September.
Adam observes in his article: “Where the CTSP Register breaks new ground is that individuals, not their employers, are certified. This makes it easier for security firms to recruit competent installers, in turn further reassuring their customers.” He adds: “Long bemoaned across the industry, the previous accreditation vacuum for individual installers has arguably allowed incompetent or unscrupulous traders to flourish.”
With CTSP representing the only opportunity for installers and those who maintain security/fire systems, to be officially recognised for their competencies and qualifications on a public Register, it comes as no surprise that more than 200 applications to join the Register were received within the first three months.
The far and wide-reaching support for CTSP has been exceptional since its launch on 1st September, with the Register endorsed in the UK by the British Security Industry Association (BSIA) and the SSAIB, as well as Dubai’s Security Industry Regulatory Agency (SIRA).
You can read Adam’s article in full at: https://www.ifsecglobal.com/cowboy-operators-beware-certification-scheme-breaks-new-ground/
For more information about how to become CTSP registered visit: https://www.ctsp.org.uk/

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