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Private Security Industry Regulatory Authority References
Safety and Security Sector Education & Training Authority References
SA Police References
Professional Firearm Trainers Council
Health & Welfare Sector Education and Training Authority References
Health Professions Council of SA
Please note that our medical courses are not recognised by the South African Health Professions Council for registration within South Africa as they are United Kingdom accredited courses.
South African Department of Health
Ronin's Social Outreach Programme Generic Paramedics is the FIRST AMBULANCE SERVICE to be officially accredited by the South African Department of Health in South Africa - Ref Number 23/2/8/1)
SFJ Awards (United Kingdom)
Accredited to conduct the following modules of the Level 3 Certificate for Working as a Close Protection Operative within the Private Security Industry:
As of 1 April 2022 the following additional modules will be required for licensing as a Close Protection Officer in the UK and are only of relevance to Close Protection conducted within the UK:
Instead, we give students a €500 discount on their course fee and refer them to UK graduate's businesses who are accredited to provide the additional modules (4 days of training) at preferential rates to our UK clients (Course Graduates).
A note to our past Graduates: ALL currently SIA licensed Close Protection Operatives in the UK will need to attend the above "top-up modules" in order to renew their existing license after 1 October 2022.
Security Industry Authority (SIA) of the United Kingdom Reference
QualSafe Awards (United Kingdom)
Accredited to conduct:
Health Professions Council of UK
Please note that the First Response Emergency & Urgent Care Diploma (Level 5) is recognised throughout the United Kingdom both within NHS Ambulance Services and Private Ambulance Services.
Please also note that the Health Care Professions Council of United Kingdom (HCPC UK) does not regulate the 2nd crew member onboard Ambulances in the United Kingdom yet but we hope that this standard of care (FREUC 5) will evolve into regulation of the second crew member over time.