Adam Bannister

Editor, IFSEC Global

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Adam Bannister is editor of IFSEC Global. A former managing editor at Dynamis Online Media Group, he has been at the helm of the UK's leading fire and security publication since 2014.
November 30, 2016

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Retail security eLearning course launched by Perpetuity Academy

Perpetuity Academy has launched a course focused on loss prevention and the management of retail security.

Called Managing Retail Security the IQ level 4 course will be delivered through Perpetuity’s eLearning platform.

Learners can complete the course, which takes around 30 hours of study, at their own pace.

The course will give learners a grounding in:

  • Best-practice techniques involved in identifying and managing loss
  • Essential security management knowledge and skills needed to work within the retail sector.
  • Guidance on retail risk assessments and security surveys
  • Identifying vulnerable products and how to protect them
  • Current regulatory and legislative issues affecting retail security

“We have addressed the latest ideas, techniques and systems for the protection of people, premises and stock through key areas within the retail industry,” says Ken Livingstone MSc, director of Perpetuity Training Ltd.

“In addition to loss prevention and security management personnel, this course will be of value to anyone involved in retail management who is concerned about protecting their company’s profits.”

Perpetuity Academy delivers accredited Security Management training worldwide, from entry level through to an MSc in International Security and Risk Management.

Perpetuity Academy also specialises in developing bespoke training for organisations wishing to provide training for their employees, in areas such as: Security Management; Security Surveying; Cyber Security; Risk, Crisis and Disaster Management; and Workplace Investigation and Interviewing.

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