Three new providers join register of approved centres at SFJ Awards

SFJ Awards recently welcomed three new training providers onto its roster of approved centres. The National Crime Agency, Premier Partnership and Save the Children International join the likes of the Metropolitan Police, the Fire Service College, and G4S and will be soon able to offer SFJ Awards qualifications and custom certification services (CCS).

National Crime Agency

The National Crime Agency (NCA) is the UK’s leading response locally, regionally and nationally to reduce the impact of serious and organised crime. SFJ Awards are pleased to be working with NCA to develop a custom certification programme which is estimated to launch in December 2023.

Premier Partnership

Premier Partnership provide learning and development services and aim to enhance and simplify learning procurement. They have years of experience working with senior management, procurement and HR and learning and development teams in public and private sector organisation.

Save the Children International

Save the Children International have also recently become an approved centre with SFJ Awards. Through emergency responses and advocacy, the charity works to save and improve children’s lives around the world through providing them with healthcare, food, and shelter.

SFJ Awards has worked with Save the Children to develop a custom certification of achievement in Advanced Hostile Environment Awareness Training (HEAT). This CCS gives Save the Children employees an industry-recognised badge for the incredible work they do helping children in dire situations around the world.

SFJ Awards is proud to onboard these three organisations, each of whom are working towards ensuring and improving safety for communities in the UK and around the world.

Get in touch with us today if you’re interested in becoming an SFJ Awards approved centre:

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