This means that our Information Security Management System has achieved the required ISO27001 standard.

Paul Walker, Chief Technical Officer at the Workforce Development Trust which manages Skills for Justice/Skills for Health/SFJ Awards/NSAH, said: “This is great news. Being ISO27001 certified is a sign to clients and employees that we care about their information. It also means that we take the necessary precautions to ensure we protect the confidentiality, integrity and availability of their data.

Achieving ISO27001 certification is a by-product of good working practices and means we can have greater confidence in the way we handle data. The organisation will undergo regular audits by a UKAS Accredited Auditor to ensure we are maintaining and continually improving our standards.”

For more information about ISO27001, visit

Get in touch, if you want to find out more about what this means to us an organisation.


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