Carlisle Support Services signs the skills pledge

12th June 2023

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Following critical involvement in organising the Skills Summit from Carlisle Support Services’ Chief Operating Officer, Adrian White, we are proud to have signed the skills pledge at the first of its kind event on Tuesday 6th June at the London Marriott, Canary Wharf.  

Chaired by Martin Gill, Director of Perpetuity Research, the event brought together the board members and key stakeholders to sign the skills pledge and demonstrate their commitment to the development and improvement of their employees’ skills and career prospects.

Among distinguished panel members of the Security Skills Board, the event welcomed Martyn’s Law campaigner Figen Murray to partake in great panel discussions around professionalisation, development and belonging.

The delegates were asked to join the board members in signing the skills pledge to demonstrate their support and advocacy in improving recognition and professionalism across the security sector.

The board have ambitious plans for the future, with a core objective to develop a National Skills Academy by 2025, which will directly support front line communities to develop and advance their careers, identify future opportunities and build valuable connections and relationships within the security sector.

Embracing the Challenges Ahead

As the project progresses, the Security Skills Board is looking to engage the security industry, secure vital investment, and obtain professional support to own and manage the various business streams required to bring their strategic vision to life.

Click here to find out more about the Security Skills Board and how your business can support the Security Skills Board to advocate for professional improvement within the security sector.

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