Ambrey Risk Awarded Coast Guard Accreditation

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Wednesday, May 15, 2013
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Maritime security specialist, Ambrey Risk, based in Hereford U.K., announced that the company has become Maritime Coastguard Agency Accredited, and can now offer STCW95 courses, which are the basic entry level training courses for working at sea.

A range of security training solutions are offered by Ambrey Risk including maritime- and land-based security courses in design, delivery and professional development. The company recently conducted a comprehensive Training Needs Analysis (TNA) of all courses in conjunction with identifying the key Operational Performance Standards (OPS), this background work led to the company being awarded the United Kingdom’s City and Guild’s Center Status earlier this year.

Ambrey’s new recruitment and training opportunities include enhanced maritime and land-based training, courses concentrating specifically on security/risk mitigation management, security surveying, close protection, health and safety training, teaching qualifications and medical training courses.

As well as being accredited by City and Guilds and MCA, each will be compliant with International Land and Maritime Law and Conventions including the International Voluntary Code of Conduct for Private Security Service Providers, UNCLOS, SUA and SOLAS and the ISPS code to meet international training course standards. The company will also offer bespoke training packages for corporate and private clients with specific personnel training requirements. Ambrey’s training department will start their new portfolio of courses in June 2013.

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