Are you a cyber security expert with a reputation for delivering engaging training? We are recruiting trainers to join our team of expert associates who deliver in-house and external training courses throughout the UK and worldwide.
We are one of Europe’s leading information law training companies with a 20 year track record of delivering practical and engaging training which makes the complex simple. We recently won the Information and Records Management Society (IRMS) Supplier of the year award for 2022-23. This is the second consecutive year we have won this award.
Despite recently expanding our team, we are seeing an increase in global demand for our courses and consulting services from both the public and private sectors. We need more talented trainers who enjoy the challenge of explaining difficult concepts in a practical, jargon-free manner.
We have opportunities for full time trainers and those who wish to add an extra “string to their bow” without leaving their day job. What is important is that you are enthusiastic about Cyber Security and passionate about teaching it.
If you think you have what it takes to become an Act Now trainer, please get in touch with your CV explaining your knowledge and experience of delivering training and consultancy services in Cyber Security.
Are you a surveillance law expert with a proven track record of delivering practical and engaging training on Part 2 of the Regulation of Investigatory Act 2000 (RIPA) and/or its Scottish equivalent (RIPSA)?
Due to an increased demand, Act Now Training is recruiting trainers to join its team of experts who deliver in-house and external surveillance training courses throughout the UK and online. These range from one hour webinars to full day courses and aim to help local authority staff practically apply the legislation and prepare for Commissioner inspections.
With more courses planned for 2022, including some new ones, we need trainers who enjoy the challenge of explaining difficult concepts in a practical jargon-free way.
We have opportunities for full time trainers as well as those who wish to add an extra “string to their bow” without leaving their day job. You do not have to be a lawyer and indeed our current team includes an ex police officer and a data protection officer. What is important is that you have practical experience of working with surveillance legislation, have enthusiasm for the subject and want to deliver innovative training (not “death by PowerPoint”) to a range of audiences.