As a long-term supporter of apprenticeships and their significance in helping to bridge the burgeoning skills gap in the electronic security and fire safety sectors, the National Security Inspectorate (NSI) was thrilled to sponsor the Apprentice of the Year Award at the British Security Awards for the fifth consecutive year.
The event, which took place on 21 June in London’s Grand Connaught Rooms also saw 23 NSI approved companies shortlisted as finalists, with 92 nominations between them.
The following NSI approved companies/representatives were declared as winners in 11 categories:
Richard Fogelman NSI Chief Executive commented: “It was heartening to see the UK private security sector so well represented at this year’s British Security Awards. We congratulate all the winners and finalists who clearly deserve their accolades, amongst whom were a large contingent of NSI approved companies and their representatives who took home the top awards.
“The contribution NSI approved companies and the whole private security sector make, in keeping people, property and places safe, cannot be over-estimated. People and their service often go unsung so we value the opportunity to celebrate them and wish them every success in the future.”