NSI to hold Business Licensing Seminars

In order to help organisations gain a greater understanding of the Security Industry Authority’s requirements and the impact business licensing will have on the services organisations currently provide, the National Security Inspectorate (NSI) will be holding two complimentary half-day seminars at its headquarters in Maidenhead on 26 February 2014.

With the Security Industry Authority (SIA) recently announcing that it will be accepting applications for business licensing from April 2014, the NSI seminars will be of interest to those organisations working in the relevant licensable sectors* and will include presentations from industry experts.

There will also be an opportunity for attendees to ask questions related to their organisations’ circumstances.

The following content will be included within the seminars:
• The fundamental requirements of business licensing
• How to demonstrate competence in order to gain a business licence
• The penalties for operating without a business licence
• Timeframes and why it’s important to act quickly

Jeff Little OBE: CEO at the NSI

Jeff Little OBE: CEO at the NSI

Kay Aitkin, the NSI’s services delivery director, explained: “It’s vital for organisations providing licensable activities to be prepared for business licensing. The NSI understands the impact this will have and, through our seminars, we aim to educate and prepare organisations for this fundamental change.”

Individuals wishing to attend should book online at http://www.nsi.org.uk/our-services/our-schemes/new-business-licensing/

Alternatively, for further information contact Daniel Offley (the NSI’s sales and marketing executive) on (telephone) 01628 764849 or via e-mail at: daniel.offley@nsi.org.uk

*The licensable sectors that will be impacted by mandatory business licensing are Security Guarding, Cash and Valuables in Transit, Close Protection, Door Supervision, Public Space Surveillance, Key Holding and the Immobilisation of Vehicles (in Northern Ireland only)

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