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August 24, 2018 – Security, risk and protection experts QRisk, who provide training and keynote speaking services to businesses and groups in New Zealand, are offering their business clients the chance to empower young people with tangible life skills by putting part of the fee they pay for a training or presentation towards a free workshop for the school of their choice.
After recently going live with their new website, QRisk has launched a new social good project that promises to put 40 percent of all client fees received for training and keynote presentations towards giving school students the opportunity to get some real life skills that they can carry with them far beyond the presentation. Any corporate client that takes part in this special offer will be able to nominate the school they wish to receive the free training – businesses could even take the opportunity to give back to their local community by choosing a nearby school.
The workshop presented to young students in local schools will be a bespoke experience tailored to deliver them real life skills around situational awareness, risk identification and how to make good decisions when under pressure. Afterwards, businesses will receive a thank-you from the school that they can display or share. The offer is a genuine “pay it forward concept” as clients will not be paying a dollar more for their service, but get the additional value of knowing they have empowered young people’s lives.
QRisk is an expert security consultancy and risk management firm specialising in areas such as VIP security and critical incident readiness. Through keynote speaking engagement, Paul Walsh, partner at QRisk, shares his global backstories of adventure to motivate and inspire people and help organisations thrive. To find out more information about the services that QRisk can offer, as well as the experience that informs their team’s ability to deliver the informative talks and training that they do, visit QRisk online today at www.qrisk.co.nz.