In answer to requests from its overseas members, The Security Institute has set up its next free members evening during, and near, IFSEC.
IFSEC runs from May 12 to 15 and the event for TSI members and their guests, an international members evening, is at Coombe Abbey, Binley, on the outskirts of Coventry on the Wednesday, May 14.
After a hectic day at IFSEC at the NEC, attendees will be able to relaxed in this quintessentially English location. Invited to speak is Terry Scallan, Director of the South African Institute of Security, about the planning under way in his country for the 2010 football World Cup. Organisers report that this evening is almost at capacity, with members flying in to attend from South Africa, Romania, Eire, Kenya and the USA. TSI plan to make this an annual event to coincide with IFSEC.
You can visit The Security Institute stand 458 in Hall 7, where they will be launching the re-vamped Certificate in Security Management.
Several Institute members are also involved in the IFSEC Conference which runs from the Monday to Wednesday, May 12 to 14, including Guy Mathias MSyI, David Evans FSyI. Don Randall FSyI, Iain Jack FSyI and new member David Bamuang MSyI.