Intelligence analysis and cyber security awareness training specialists Intelligencia Training Limited have been commissioned again to assist the organisation with how it utilises intelligence led data and decision making processes.
Intelligencia Training who are currently engaged with a growing number of banking, insurance, utilities providers, law enforcement, custodial and other public sector departments have been chosen to develop the intelligence skills of key personnel working within a range of departments and job functions within the award winning building society. Skipton Building Society offer a wide range of mortgage, investment and insurance products and pride themselves on their awards for accounts, services and customer experience.
Skipton Building Society have identified a number of departments and job functions that will benefit from the innovative Level 4 Higher Apprenticeship in Intelligence Operations delivered by Intelligencia Training. Following the success of an initial pilot programme that has delivered strong results the building society had no hesitation to engage with a larger programme involving a wider range of departments and job functions.
Rebecca Allsop – Head of Customer Strategy & Planning at Skipton Building Society, said: “We are happy to be working with Intelligencia Training taking advantage of our Apprenticeship levy to fund the Level 4 Higher Apprenticeship in Intelligence Operations.”
“Our organisation utilises intelligence led data and analytics in many ways from identifying patterns and trends in customer activity to assisting our specialist teams to combat fraud and financial crime, having access to the latest skills and techniques in intelligence analysis will prove hugely beneficial us. We are confident that we will achieve significant benefits from this innovative programme and we look forward to commencing on our journey.”
Nick Atkinson, Intelligencia Training’s Commercial Director, said: “The opportunity for us to work with such a high profile, award winning organisation, developing those working in such influential roles, is an excellent opportunity for us to showcase the benefits associated with our innovative programme. The qualification has been widely utilised within military intelligence operations and has now been adopted within many sectors that will benefit from improved decision making processes linked to the effective use of intelligence and analytics.”