Tavcom at Security TWENTY 19 Birmingham

by Mark Rowe

Tavcom Training, part of Linx International Group, are to showcase their range of practical classroom courses, and raising awareness of the Certified Technical Security Professional (CTSP) register, at Security TWENTY 19 Birmingham, the first event of the ST19 series, on Thursday, February 21.

Set in the convenient and central location of the Hilton Metropole Hotel at the NEC in Birmingham, off junction 6 of the M42 and next door to Birmingham International airport, this event will bring together security industry speakers such as the Surveillance Camera Commissioner Tony Porter, and Mike Hurst on the Security Commonwealth; and is supported by a exhibition of 80-plus companies offering security products and services, besides industry bodies such as the Security Industry Authority (SIA), Association of Security Consultants, the Security Institute and ASIS UK.

Tavcom will be offering insight into their training courses, including:

● Practical CCTV Installation
● Practical IP Networking
● Practical Intruder Alarms
● Practical Access Control
● Practical Fire Alarm Training

All attending can also hear about the Certified Technical Security Professional (CTSP) register, that Tavcom say can enhance revenue streams for holders, gain them professional recognition and membership of a certified network and more importantly, reassure any customers of their level of service. Other benefits include:

● Publication of your name on the official CTSP website
● CTSP post-nominal after your name (eg. John Smith CTSP)
● Use of the CTSP logo on your advertising materials, vehicle livery and website

ST events are aimed at managers, consultants and specifiers, installers and anyone interested in private security. To attend Security TWENTY 19 Birmingham or any ST event, make sure you pre-register, the event will then be free for you attend and more importantly, you will be entitled to a free breakfast bap and/or mid-morning tea and hot buffet lunch, depending if you’re planning on staying for the day. Doors open about 8.30am, the conference starts at 10am and lunch is served around 1pm and when the conference closes about 1.15pm.

You can register at

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