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National Security Training Institute Launches New Website and Announces 2013 Schedule of Courses

September 10, 2012

Website Provides One Stop Shopping for Training Registration and Resources for the Security Professional

Chantilly, VA (PRWEB) September 10, 2012

Looking for articles relevant to the climate in the security professional community? For access to superior training courses? For social media connections in the industry? National Security Training Institute´s (NSTi) new website is the tool that provides all of the above. Typical capabilities such as online course registration and company information are still available on the site, and new sections focus on the ever-changing and technology-influenced world of today.

“This webpage is dynamic, current and a great way to give back to the entire security professional community,” said deedee collins, Executive Director “We want our website to be more than a place to sign up for excellent training courses. It is now a tool for people who are seeking to actively engage in the security professional community, furthering their knowledge and network. Our website gives a sneak peek into what NSTi is about and how we consistently focus on doing what is best for the security profession.” In addition to the internally authored security articles and links to other security professional tools, the website includes the newly released NSTI 2013 training calendar. This year´s course offerings include the Facility Security Officer Course (FSOC), Special Security Officer Course (SSOC) and Program Security (PSM, PSC, SSPC) specific courses that equip attendees with the knowledge and practical skills needed to execute security programs at all levels. Additionally, NSTi has expanded their training delivery to the West Coast, Southern and Eastern Regions of the United States. As usual, “On the Fly” courses are also offered, allowing clients to customize and bring NSTI courses to their workplace for a cost-effective training approach.

Since 1988, SASSI has been providing professional security training in support of Department of Defense, Intelligence Community and Civil agencies, working vigorously to be the preeminent, professional government security training company in the United States. The National Security Training Institute (NSTI), the industrial security/commercial training arm of SASSI, is dedicated to the development and delivery of security training and professional development for security practitioners. For more information about us please visit http://www.nstii.com.

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