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Security Contractor Wanted

Part Time/ Casual Security Contractor Wanted
Looking for a professional security contractor to assist
with the provision of apartment complex security in the
central Auckland area.
Must hold a current CoA, a full driver’s license and be
able to work nights.
The ideal candidate will have experience in the New Zealand
Security Industry, be well presented, be reliable and can relate
to a broad range of people. Good communication skills and the
ability to resolve conflict are attributes that would assist with the
role. The possibility of full time hours may be offered to the right

If interested please submit a cover letter and CV to:

Tony Lewis

You snooze you lose

Sign up now for the SIA sanctioned BTEC L3 in Close Protection plus BTEC L2 IHCD/FPOSi course leading towards Internationality recognized qualifications accredited by Pearson and recognized in more than 70 countries worldwide.

Scheduled to run in Auckland from 28 July to 10 August 2014.

Location: The Surrey Hotel 465 Great North Road Grey Lynn
Shared accommodation available at …£$59 incl. GST per night including breakfast

Course Content:
15 days of intensive insight to the high level strategic overview of the competencies requisite to fulfil the tasks required of a Bodyguard on the international stage.

Course fee includes all course material and certificates $ 4950

Free gift includes the acclaimed book CLOSE PROTECTION (a closer observation of the protection equation) by Richard Aitch and free membership to the Professional Bodyguard Association for the first year.

For further details or to register your interest please contact either of our local representatives:


AKTS NZ LTD – Karl Plas

On successful completion of the course the PBA will then sponsor your application for the coveted SIA license becoming increasingly important for those seeking to work outside of New Zealand and Australia.


Email PBA Professional Bodyguard Association;

+44(0)845.519.4580 TEL | +44(0)772.882.6999 MOB

PBA Course Dates set for Auckland NZ

If you are genuinely interested in entering into the international security arena as a professional Bodyguard this course is integral. The demand for professionally trained and licensed security operators is very high. Clients and companies are demanding nothing but the best.

Professional Bodyguard Association (SIA accredited) are coming to Auckland NZ to deliver their SIA approved training programme. Not only will the successful candidates who graduate from this programme achieve the BTEC L3 in Close Protection but also First Person on Scene (FPOS) L2 and will also qualify to apply for a SIA License which is well respected and required to operate internationally by several international security companies.

Make the most of this opportunity and make contact to learn more.

Professional Bodyguard Association

Posted form the CEO and President of the Professional Body Guards Association. For those wishing to enter into the international security arena it would be beneficial for you to complete this training.

Hi all

I have just posted this message on the Facebook for Professional Bodyguard Association

Subject to the trip being viable I will be visiting Auckland in New Zealand sometime in July/August this year to process applications for the coveted SIA license that is becoming increasing important for those seeking to work outside of New Zealand and Australia.

The Security Industry Authority has directed that SIA licenses can only be issued for those that meet the criteria and have completed an approved course of learning, ideally the BTEC Level 3 in Close Protection or the RPL version sanctioned by the NZSAS and approved by Major Prendegast – Officer Commanding – Special Operations Training Centre.

Those interested should contact me via email

How safe and sound are you?

First and foremost Happy New Year to you all. I trust this finds you all well and enjoying a well earned break if you are lucky enough to be on holiday.

The question I have asked is How safe and sound are you? The reason I have asked this is TLC along with DiversityNZ are considering providing a range of services catering for those who require assistance and support with daily living in their own home.

Firstly let me share a story with you.

Prior to Christmas I was engaged to provide personal protection for a client in their own home. The circumstances which led to this had been going for almost a year. The client is disabled and lives alone and has support persons coming into the home to assist as required. The client also runs a very successful business from their home.

12 months ago the house next door to my client was occupied by a male who had suffered a brain injury. Over the course of the 12 months the neighbour has tormented my client with threats of fire and death, has assaulted my clients gardener, has thrown water through open windows, has interfered with mobility equipment and even defacated on my clients driveway. As you would appreciate these behaviours would cause anyone concern…given the fact that my client is disabled…physically if anything was to happen my client could find themselves in an extremely dangerous situation.

The first thing to be done was get the Police involved. The local community constable was advised of events and was very proactive in the way that he dealt with the situation. A trespass notice was also served to the neighbour which resulted in the neighbour being arrested and charged with trespass after breaching the order.

My client also made the landlord aware of the situation and had numerous meetings, emails and phone contact with them to look at the options and possibly relocating the neighbour. This resulted in a formal tribunal and it was agreed that the neighbour will be moved.

The reason I was engaged to provide protection was the landlord met with the neighbour and advised that they were to be moved. It was uncertain how this news would be received. Given the previous behaviours from the neighbour there was a high possibility that some form of revenge attack could be staged prior to the neighbour moving. To cut a long story short protection was provided for a 48 hour period until the client went to stay with friends for Christmas, the neighbour was eventually moved out and my client now feels safe again in their own home.

The impact that this situation has had on my client is huge. They have been living in fear for the best part of 12 months…not feeling safe in their own home forever worried that the neighbour will try and harm them…if not something more sinister.

It was during this job that an idea formed concerning providing a range of services to others who require assistance in their day to day lives. They could be the elderly, solo mothers with children, the disability sector and anyone for that matter who perceives they are at risk in their own home.

The idea to provide various services led to the name of Safe and Sound. Please follow the link to view the possible services that could be offered. This concept is in it’s early stages and is purely a scoping document to gauge interest.

I am speaking more from a security point of view of which various services could be provided i.e; daily welfare checks, a 24 hour response service, personal protection if required, removal from the house if required to a fully accesible safe house utilising fully accessible transport, property checks etc etc…the list is endless. All staff providing the service will be fully licensed security professionals, all will be first aid qualified and all will be familiar and comfortable in dealing with a broad range of disabilities and impairments.

I suspect there are several people living in a situation that could possibly be unsafe for them. Please feel free to offer your thoughts and please please follow the link to register you interest if you wish.

Lets see where this can go.



Merry Christmas

Hi All,

I trust this finds you well and to wish you all a safe Christmas with your family and friends.

As 2011 draws to a close and we start thinking about spending some quality time away from the office I would like to say thank you for your continued support of TLC and the services that we offer. The last year has presented its challenges as the training market certainly has a long way to go to where it was 2-3 years ago…however having said that TLC has survived another year. Many thanks to those I have been involved with over 2011.

2012 is going to be a great year…there is potential for new ventures…possibly on the international front, TLC will be going through a re-branding process and we will be introducing new facilitators. I have been focusing over the last 4 months on up skilling new facilitators to build the TLC resource; this will ensure that all of your needs can be net comfortably while focusing on new markets and initiatives. I am looking forward to a new year and continued relationships with you all.

Please have a safe and enjoyable time over the festive season, take care on the roads, look after yourselves and your families and please come back in one piece in 2012.

Merry Christmas