PerpetuityARC Training set to welcome Garry Evanson as Lead MSc tutor


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PerpetuityARC Training has welcomed the latest appointment to its flagship MSc programme, Garry Evanson, MSc, CSyP. Evanson joins PerpetuityARC Training as lead MSc tutor who will be responsible for supporting students throughout the entirety of the programme as well as contributing to the writing of course materials.

The MSc programme in International Security and Risk Management is delivered in partnership with the University of West London and is PerpetuityARC training’s flagship training course, welcoming a large number of students per year.

Evanson will be filling in the shoes of PerpetuityARC Training’s previous long-standing tutor Charlie Swanson who is sadly departing after more than 10 years with the company. Having previously been known to the Linx International Group through his contributions as a writer of course materials, Evanson understands well the needs of the learners.

Commenting on the news, Linx International Group MD Angus Darroch-Warren says: “Having known Garry for many years and observed his vast experience within the security industry, I’m thrilled that he’s joining the PerpetuityARC Training MSc team. His years of knowledge and in-depth security management experience will be invaluable in supporting our MSc students throughout their studies.”

Commenting on his appointment, Evanson says: “I am delighted to be joining the Perpetuity team as lead tutor for the MSc International Security and Risk programme. The course offers a fantastic opportunity to get to grips with the security risk management issues so prevalent in our increasingly challenging world. I look forward to welcoming current students and all those yet to start their master’s journey. I can promise a rewarding and stimulating study experience exploring and testing theory and ideas always with a view to their practical application. I am very proud to be part of such a professional team and commend this programme to all those seeking to broaden their security and risk horizons.”

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