PerpetuityARC Training Celebrates Graduation of Nine Security Professionals Awarded the International Security and Risk Management MSc

PerpetuityARC Training, part of the Linx International Group is celebrating the graduation of nine security professionals who have achieved the highest qualification currently available in the security sector – the International Security and Risk Management MSc.

This is the second cohort to graduate from the International Security and Risk Management MSc which addresses the critical issues in security management, combining theoretical knowledge with professional best practice. 2019 graduates from the course, which is delivered online by PerpetuityARC Training are: Andrew Protheroe, Ben Mulholland, Christopher Rook, Gordon Christopher, John Adrian Nessel, Robin Watson, Khurram Malik, Adedoja Ononye and Madelon den Brinker.

New graduate, John Adrian Nessel MSc comments: The learning experience was good and the programme gave me what I was looking for in my current role. Too many similar courses focus only on security management without thinking about the bigger picture and appeared dated. I very clearly made the right choice and the support provided by Charlie my tutor and the PerpetuityARC Training team was excellent.”

Director of Operations at PerpetuityARC Training, Christina Kent was instrumental in developing the course and states: “We are extremely proud of all of the graduates receiving their well deserved MSc qualifications. Each of them has demonstrated the dedication, hard work and application needed to reach the pinnacle of training available to security management professionals today.”

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