Published on October 10th, 2013 | by admin0
Young ‘Hard-To- Reach’ NEETS Complete An Award In Door Supervision
Young NEETS deemed ‘hard-to-reach’ successfully complete security programme
On Monday 7th October, Norwood Community Group Services facilitated a five-day security-training programme that was delivered at Community Resource Centre at Headlam Road in South West London, in partnership with Ricky Aboagye of StreetReach Ltd.
The deemed ‘hard-to-reach’ NEETS that attended the five-day training programme, successfully completed the Level 2 Award in Door Supervision by Security Trainer, Jamal Rahman. The BIIAB qualification will provide employment opportunities for young people within the security industry.
The borough-wide training initiative is funded by the Big Lottery, London Community Foundation and supported by Evening Standard through the Disposed Fund.
“These so called ‘hard-to-reach’ NEETS were eager to learn and I found out they had all completed their CLS course (Construction)” the previous week, said Jamal Rahman.
“I thoroughly enjoyed my learning experience with Jamal, he really jelled with us”, said Junade, another candidate that successful completed the training.
Jamal Rahman, security specialist, has been providing security consultation and training for several years. He has worked with disadvantage young adults on many initiatives, providing valued opportunities for NEETS within inner city areas.