Training General Questions
NSI trainers have typically worked in industry and also for NSI as auditors for many years giving them unique insight and expert knowledge of the standards. In many cases our trainers also sit on British Standards committiees and so are on the cutting edge of standards development.
You are responsible for maintaining your own CPD records. This can be done through the Security Institute’s website www.security-institute.org
NSI training courses are recognised by the Security Institute. One CPD point is awarded by the Security Institute for each learning hour. Six points are awarded for classroom courses and three points for e-learning courses.
The Security Institute’s website provides further advice and information on how to collate and manage your CPD activities www.security-institute.org
Continuing Professional Development (CPD) is the process of continuing learning throughout our professional careers by acquiring job-related competence and expertise. These skills can be gained from many different sources. The Security Institute recommends everyone undertakes CPD to keep pace with changes in the sector. It is generally accepted as a good thing for people who are serious about their career development to do. Chartered Security Professionals (CSyPs) must undertake CPD as must Fellows of the Institute. (FSyI). For more information go to
Yes, however delegates are required to have some prior knowledge of the requirements of the relevant British Standards. For further information please contact the Training team at email@example.com or 01628 764831
We believe it’s important for delegates to have good interaction with the trainer and other attendees so we aim to keep the number to 12 or less.
Yes, all delegates are presented with a certificate of attendance at the end of the course.
All of our training courses are available on-site. Contact our training team who can discuss your requirements with you: firstname.lastname@example.org or 01628 764831