ABI Academy Learners and Delegates

Private Investigator School UK

Delegates and Learners

The Association of British Investigators is sector accredited by the Driver and Vehicle Licensing Agency and is endorsed by the Law Society of England and Wales who recognise the A.B.I as the premier professional body for private investigators working in the UK and beyond: "A non-profit organisation, its national and international membership provides credibility and due diligence". The A.B.I is also an approved supplier to the Law Society of Scotland, who acknowledge: "Its national and international membership provides the only credible list of accredited operatives".

The Security Industry Authority explained that Business Licencing for the UK's Private Investigators was their preferred route back in 2013 (The "Second Tier of Licencing") and will, subject to review, require Private Investigators to obtain ACS (Approved Contractor Scheme), status.

The second tier of licencing or Business Licences for Private Investigators will be based on existing (Draft) British Standards and Association of British Investigator and other trade bodies mandatory qualification requirements to demonstrate professionalism, competence, probity and ethics.





The one thing which struck me


“The one thing which struck me, was that you all envisage
Investigation as an "Art". This is the key to teaching,
be passionate about your subject, then like attracts like.
If this is the first time you've composed a course and a day like
this, I honestly know that the world can be your oyster here.
I do apologise if I'm somewhat over enthusing here, but you
could target a course like this on so many different levels,
not just aimed towards those seeking to become investigators,
but that of a wider clientele.There are people in marketing,
 security, journalism to name just a few who'd equally benefit!”

Russell, Training Day Student

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