We were recently asked to run a series of SIA (Security Industry Authority) CCTV (Public Space Surveillance) and Door Supervision courses for Campus Life Services at their University Campus in Stoke on Trent.
Derek Martin was the Manager concerned and he and his team arranged for 36 learners to take these courses between July and October. The result was a very impressive 97% pass rate and the client was extremely pleased.
Here’s what Cheryl Pritchard their Operations Manager had to say:
“Glevum Security provided all the SIA training for our in house team. Derek was extremely accommodating and responsive to our particular requirements which enabled us to undertake training whilst running the business day to day. Andy, our trainer, was exceptional and the quality of the training given was second to none, as proved by the high pass rate! The communication at all points of the process was clear and Liz was an absolute superstar managing the administrative process and ensuring we had everything we needed before, during and after the training.
I am a great believer in the old business adage that a motivated workforce will carry out a better job, resulting in the client feeling satisfied and keen to use your company again.
Glevum certainly has plenty of satisfied clients – just take a look at the Testimonials page on our website! Part of the reason for this is undoubtedly the result of us having a happy and motivated team of security officers.
We believe in rewarding a job well done and having trust in our staff. That is why we pay them above the living wage and provide regular ongoing training to help them keep up to date with the latest legislation, technology and industry trends.
They also benefit from working in an excellent environment alongside other professionals they know they can rely on, together with having a uniform supplied, company pension, insurance and holidays pro rata.
Steve represented the company at a special night recently. The Going the Extra Mile (GEM) project celebrated its first birthday at Pittville Pump Rooms in Cheltenham. It was also celebrating getting its 100th person into employment.
The aim of the project is to provide support to help 1,000 people with a variety of difficulties into employment. GEM represents a wide range of sectors including volunteer organisations, communities and public and private businesses, all supporting people back to work.
Do you remember me telling you about our nomination for the Corporate Social Responsibility Award in the 2017 Gloucestershire Business Awards last month?
Well we only went and won it!
Since the summer, press stories about the perceived terrorist threat in the UK have reduced. Does this mean that the threat has gone away and what is the impact on Gloucestershire?
I am very pleased to announce that we are once again finalists in the Gloucestershire Business Awards.
I was very pleased to receive an email from one of our clients, Ian Calder Potts, referring to the article in our last issue Grapevine, our newsletter, concerning security robots.
Are you like many people using just one password for all your internet and banking accounts? Unless it is a strong one you run the risk of hackers breaking it resulting in a lot of expensive grief for you!
Like Blade Runner before it and the excellent television reboot of Westworld, the recent blockbuster movie Ghost in the Shell examines the idea that advances in Artificial Intelligence could result in machines that will be almost indivisible from humans.
Forest Green Rovers Ladies, that is, as they have won the South West Women's Football League (Eastern Division) in tremendous style after a traumatic pre-season.
You may be aware of the National Star College at Ullenwood near Cheltenham. They do amazing work helping people with disabilities to realise their potential and become equal and active members of the community, in control of their own lives.
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