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Congratulations Suzette Po Williams, winner of the Outstanding Female Security Professional award

The Outstanding Security Performance Awards (OPSA) are set up in collaboration with security associations and groups across many countries. Suzette is pictured with Paul Haskell-Dowland, Associate Dean (Computing & Security) at Edith Cowan University, who presented the award. Suzette’s 25 year plus career at Central Monitoring Services has covered all aspects of security work. Without doubt, however, the highlight of her career was acting as the Project Development Officer for the CMS SHLV SOS Link Device. The device gives survivors of domestic violence immediate access to police assistance when outside the safety of their homes. The program is run in collaboration with Family and Community Services, NSW Police and NSW Police Link Command. ‘I believe very strongly in on-going professional development for the members of our industry and entry-level training that encourages new entrants to join our ranks and create career path for themselves,’ said Suzette.

Which school subjects should you choose?

These flyers are suitable for both school-based apprenticeships or post-school apprenticeships. Each flyer sets out a possible career path for the student and then suggests the elective subjects that will make that career path possible. The subject lists cover choices in years 9 & 10 and 11 & 12. The flyers are designed to make sourcing information easy for careers advisers too. Each flyer features a strong, identifiable image that indicates each type of apprenticeship. Laid out side by side, comparisons between subject choices are simple.

If you’re interested in the same sort of flyers for the Construction, Plumbing, Signs & Graphics, Painting & Decorating and Fire Sprinkler Fitting industry sectors, you’ll find them at the Apprenticeship Engagement Forum website

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