GSX 2019 – see you at booth 1925
We will be at booth 1925 at the Global Security Exchange (GSX) 2019 to introduce more than 100 accredited and certified training courses that it has developed. The company will also premier a new range of Bitesize courses, launched in English, Spanish and French. GSX 2019 takes place 8-12 September at McCormick Place in Chicago, Illinois.
More than 100 accredited and certified technical and non-technical courses will be available, from entry level through to its pioneering Masters degree in International Security and Risk Management. Each classroom, eLearning and blended course is devised, designed and taught by subject matter experts in order to provide high quality, professional training to learners. Every security officer, installer, integrator, architect, specifier, engineer, consultant and end user visiting GSX 2019 will find training courses to suit them on the Linx International Group booth (1925).
The Linx International Group also boasts an impressive track record helping security practitioners all around the world to attain their ASIS Physical Security Professional (PSP) and Certified Protection Professional (CPP) qualifications. Director of Sales and Marketing at the Linx International Group, Sarah Hayward AAP, is a member of the ASIS UK Young Professionals Committee and recently achieved its Associate Protection Professional (APP) qualification. Sarah comments: “Last year 98% of those studying for a PSP and CPP qualification with us passed first time. It is testament to the calibre of our tutors, the training they deliver and the hard-work of those studying.”
The company has the ambition to raise security knowledge and standards through expert training and education across the globe. In support of this aim, the Linx International Group will be premiering a range of new Bitesize eLearning courses that are now available in English, Spanish and French. Sarah adds: “Whether you are in the US, Central or South America, Europe or Africa, you can now access our affordable world-class training.”