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Community Safety for Accredited Persons

TFS is proud to offer the only blended solution for the Community Safety for Accredited Persons programme accredited by Skills for Security.

The programme resources have been developed and produced by experienced educationalists from the Institute of Criminal Justice Studies at The University of Portsmouth.

Ian Kirke, Managing Director, said, “This award underpins the vital role that accredited persons play within the extended police family. Its practical approach and flexible learning opportunities offer a significant return on investment, especially since prior SIA learning is recognised. I welcome the pragmatic approach adopted by Skills for Security and the enthusiastic approach to our blended learning solution that engages with distance learning materials thus significantly reducing the time away from the workplace. A good example of how this solution is being used is within the London Borough of Hounslow where the Environmental Enforcement Team has adopted the TFS model.”

With holders of Level 2 SIA programmes that engage with conflict resolution being exempted from the requirement to attend the one-day classroom based element, the TFS solution offers a great return on investment for all private security companies.

CSAS customers include

Transport for London Basingstoke & Dean Borough Council Kingston University Security Company (KUSCO)
Ultimate Security Oxford City council Wyre Forest District Council
G4S Manned Guarding Daventry Crime Partnership London Borough of Hounslow
Carlisle Security Brunel University Great Ormond Street Children’s Hospital
General Security London Borough of Croydon Waitrose

 

Association of Chief Police Officers (ACPO) Academy: TFS has designed a new qualification based on the Community Safety Accreditation Scheme. Read about this project in more detail

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Classroom and online delivery options

The programme can be delivered in a classroom based context or online via the unique TFS CSAS portal.

Four different pathways are available that recognise a number of routes in, for example SIA licensed staff (guarding & door supervision) with experience within the security sector, those who are about to take an SIA qualification, non-SIA licensed delegates and those that carry out voluntary work within the community.

For more information on the key pathways please click here

The online TFS CSAS portal can be accessed by clicking here

If you would like to discuss this product in more detail, please contact us today for a free consultation.