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James Moore is the Editor of IFSEC Global, the leading resource for security and fire news in the industry. James was previously Editor of Professional Heating & Plumbing Installer magazine.
March 16, 2020

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Tavcom opens new northern training centre

Located in Shipley, West Yorkshire, Tavcom Training has opened up a new training centre for security professionals in partnership with CrossConnect Training. The company is also celebrating its 25th anniversary this year.

TavcomTraining-North-20The new centre allows Tavcom to host courses and provide “internationally recognised” training at two facilities in the UK – Hampshire and West Yorkshire. Alongside a growing portfolio of online interactive courses, the company believes it can now better meet the growing demand for training provision in the sector. The new centre is designed to be easy to access for professionals from northern regions, such as Manchester, Liverpool, Warrington, Leeds, Harrogate and Middlesbrough, amongst others.

Managing Director of the Link International Group, David Gill, said: “This significant investment and expansion of Tavcom is in response to unprecedented demand for our accredited courses, by installers the length and breadth of England. This important new centre replicates the class-leading facilities at our facility in Hampshire that has established Tavcom as the premier provider of technical security training in the UK, for more than 25 years.”


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Technical Director at CrossConnect Training, Geoff Crossley comments: “We at CrossConnect Training  are really looking forward to the opening of our new training centre, and excited by the opportunity to work closely with Tavcom Training to provide a high quality learning experience to delegates from across the Northern Britain.”

Both future-proofed centres are said to be fully equipped with all the technical infrastructure and equipment (Tavcom is vendor agnostic) required to deliver Tavcom’s portfolio of more than 100 training courses. The new centre will welcome students in June and July, when it runs its BTEC Level 3 courses Practical CCTV installation and Practical Intruder Alarms.

In addition to its extensive facilities and training programmes in the UK, Tavcom also operates internationally through a purpose-built training centre in Singapore and courses hosted in Africa and the Middle East.

Tavcom will be hosting the The Future of Security Theatre at IFSEC International, 8–10 September at ExCel in London.

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