Register now for cyber security training

All centres should have received a set of teaching and learning material for NPA Cyber Security. We now plan to provide training on the use of the material, and also demonstrate teaching approaches.

I’m now able to provide more information about this training. There will be three training events.

  1. 1. Wednesday, 5 February at Stirling Management Centre.
    2. Friday, 21 February at Radisson Blu Hotel in Glasgow.
    3. Friday, 28 February at Radisson Blu Hotel in Edinburgh.

The first event (5 February) will be part of the forthcoming 2020 Computing Conference. The other two will be full-day training events. You can sign-up for the Glasgow event here and the Edinburgh event here. Places are limited so sign-up soon if you’re interested. There will be more places available at the conference on 5 February. More details to follow.

Please contact the Events Team for more information or if you are unable to book a place.


I tried to book a space on the cyber security training, but was fully booked – if any spaces become available could you let me know

Gary Nelson – New College Lanarkshire


Gary, if you contact the Events team they should be able to help.


The purpose of cybersecurity is to help prevent cyberattacks, data breaches and identity theft and can aid in risk management. When an organization has a strong sense of network security and an effective incident response plan, it is better able to prevent and mitigate cyber-attacks.


Im very interested in going to school to pursue a degree that would allow me to have a job in Cyber Security.. Im currently studying a Comp Tia A+ book to start from the ground up. I just wanted to know if anyone could suggest a good route to take. I have spoken to an adviser at EC PI that could guarantee hands on training and a fast track to a Bachelors in Computer information’s systems in 28 months


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