Published on 4 Sep 2012
|The involvement of representative bodies is a key part of the IQ stakeholder engagement strategy
The International Professional Security Association (IPSA) has become the latest representative body from the security industry to become a member of Industry Qualifications. As a representative member of IQ, IPSA will play an important role in shaping the IQ offer for the security sector, in addition to working with IQ on the development of qualifications to support IPSA training initiatives.
The involvement of representative bodies is a key part of the IQ stakeholder engagement strategy, and is designed to ensure that IQ products and services remain focused on industry needs, and meet industry standards. “IPSA have a long tradition for championing education in the security sector, stretching back to 1958”, said Raymond Clarke, Chief Executive of IQ. “As a member of IPSA myself, I am only too aware of the invaluable service that is provided by IPSA in advising and representing members on a wide range of issues, including education. We look forward to supporting IPSA with its own plans for training, and benefitting from the tremendous source of expertise and guidance that becomes available to us. ”
Chairman of IPSA, Mike White said: “IPSA are proud to be associated and aligned with IQ, a progressive, innovative and forward thinking organisation constantly seeking to achieve the very highest standards in training and skills development. We look forward to a long and productive relationship and to working together to enhance the training opportunities available to our members".