Tavcom Training, part of the Linx International Group, is proud to announce it has signed an exclusive Strategic Partnership Agreement with SIRA, the Security Industry Regulatory Authority in Dubai. This agreement, cements an honoured relationship between Tavcom and SIRA in the provision of technical security systems and control room operations Training in Dubai.
The Dubai Government created SIRA in 2016 by converting DPS (Department of Protective Systems) into an independent agency. SIRA is responsible setting the regulations, training and enforcements of security within Dubai.
Tavcom Training, part of the Linx International Group, is proud to announce it has signed an exclusive Strategic Partnership Agreement with SIRA
Enhanced security training
Mr. Ahmed Albalooshy the Centre Director said “SIRA values its partnership with Tavcom and as SIRA strives to ensure only the very best training is provided to those operating in the private security sector within Dubai, Linx International Group and Tavcom are recognised leaders in their field and we are delighted to be working with them.”
Tavcom Training Executive Director, Paul Tennent commented, “It is a great honour for us to announce this strategic partnership agreement with SIRA. This is a culmination of over 20 years’ work which has seen Tavcom become renowned for delivering its award-winning technical security systems training in the Middle East.”
This is a culmination of over 20 years’ work which has seen Tavcom become renowned for delivering its award-winning technical security"
State-of-the-art technical workshops
SIRA and Tavcom have designed state-of-the-art technical workshops at SIRA’s new Training Centre in Dubai. As with the Tavcom Training Centre in the UK, this facility features fully equipped workshops, providing students with expert tuition in theory and practical ‘hands-on’ experience using a wide array of equipment.
Paul added, “We are excited to be working closely with SIRA to jointly offer accredited and comprehensive technical training for security professionals in the region. We expect to be training around 50 students per month at the training centre and look forward to further developing our continued relationship and security offering moving forwards.”