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17 Oct 2017

Archbishop Joseph Marino (Vatican Ambassador to Malaysia), Ambassador Datuk 
Mohammad Kamal Yahaya (Chairman of Atlas Solutions), Clement Chew (CEO of Atlas Solutions), 
and H.E. Vanu Gopalan Menon (Singaporean High Commissioner to Malaysia)
Archbishop Joseph Marino (Vatican Ambassador to Malaysia), Ambassador Datuk 
Mohammad Kamal Yahaya (Chairman of Atlas Solutions), Clement Chew (CEO of Atlas Solutions), 
and H.E. Vanu Gopalan Menon (Singaporean High Commissioner to Malaysia)


KUALA LUMPUR, 13 October 2017 – Atlas Security Training announced today that it has launched Malaysia’s first UK-accredited security training academy in the country. The academy will bring together the world-class standards of British education with Malaysian local knowledge, to offer high-quality instruction in close protection services, security, health & safety and first aid.

Atlas will run the first local training platform and training modules will be delivered by former servicemen of the British Army’s Special Forces.

The opening ceremony for the Atlas Close Protection Course was graced by high-profile attendees, including H.E. Vanu Gopalan Menon (Singaporean High Commissioner to Malaysia), Archbishop Joseph Marino (Vatican Ambassador to Malaysia), First Admiral (retired) Datuk Kay Hai Thuan (Atlas Director of Government Relations), YDH DCP Datuk Law Hong Soon (Director of Security, UOA Holdings), as well as representatives from the British Malaysian Chamber of Commerce.

Luke Hardin (Operations Director of Elite International), Clement Chew (CEO of Atlas Solutions), Mohammad Kamal Yahaya (Chairman of Atlas Solutions), and Kyle Thorbun (Managing Director of Elite International)
Luke Hardin (Operations Director of Elite International), Clement Chew (CEO of Atlas Solutions), Mohammad Kamal Yahaya (Chairman of Atlas Solutions), and Kyle Thorbun (Managing Director of Elite International)

Datuk Mohammad Kamal Yan Yahya, Chairman of Atlas said, “Atlas is pleased to have the support of the British High Commission, the British Malaysian Chamber of Commerce, as well as our partners from the British Security Industry Association (BSIA), who have been invaluable in their counsel and support. The benefits of this platform are two-fold. Not only will the availability of such a platform contribute to raising the competency levels of local security personnel, the qualification will provide them with excellent employment opportunities”.

Clement Chew, CEO of Atlas said, “The prospect of needing improved security is ever-present. Atlas Solutions has identified this niche as one that will benefit from knowledge transfer from a market such as the UK. We bring the best trainers from the UK to work with the participants here in Malaysia, equipping them with the skillset to deal with security issues they may face in this region”.

Candidates will undergo a grueling 14-day course between 13 – 29 October, and will learn defensive tactics, operational planning, conflict management, and tactical training.

For further information on the Atlas Close Protection Course and how your organisation stands to benefit from it, visit atlas-securitytraining.com or contact Atlas at info@atlascorps.co.uk.

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About Atlas

Accredited by a British Awarding Organisation, Atlas takes pride as the first-of-its-kind security academy in Malaysia. Apart from providing high quality instruction in security, Atlas aspires to be an all-encompassing Centre of Excellence, offering and sharing their expertise not only in security but also in health and safety qualifications. With the support of industry awarding bodies, they aim at developing and enhancing the standard of close protection services in Malaysia, delivered by some of the best operators in the industry. For more information, visit atlas-securitytraining.com.