Door Supervisor (SIA)

  • Qualification: Award
  • Level: Intermediate (Level 2)
  • Awarding body: Edexcel
  • Keywords: 
    Security, First, Security, Safety, Health, FSP0030A01, Aid
  • Faculty: Workplace Learning (WPL)

About the course

To work as a door supervisor in England and Wales, you MUST obtain a licence to work from the Security Industry Authority (SIA). Before applying for the licence, training must be undertaken. Book a place on this course now to apply for a licence The role of a Door Supervisor is extremely demanding so it is vital that you receive the best quality Door Supervisor Training available before you begin your new career.

Who is it for?

If you wish to work as a door supervisor. This is a dual licence which is suitable for those wanting to work in the security industry and to obtain a SIA licence.

  • Start date: 01 August 2013
  • Day: Monday-Thursday
  • Times: Flexible start & end
  • Hours in College: 30 hrs (Some personal study required)
  • Duration: Flexi
  • Location: Soundwell Centre
  • CoBC course code: FSP0030A01
  • Fees: £231.00

Additional costs:

TBC

Fees:

There are no reduced or concession fees for this course. If you are an international student fees will apply for this course.

What will I do on this course?

This course comprises of four units Unit 4 is carried out through observation assessment

  • Working in the Private Security Industry
  • Working as a Door Supervisor
  • Conflict Management for Private Security Industry
  • Physical Intervention Skills for Private Security Industry (Assessment carried out through observation on this unit)

How is the course assessed?

You will be assessed by the Multiple Choice Questions exam on first three days (at the end of each session) and by practical tutor assessment (on physical intervention) on the fourth day.

What could I do next?

• CCTV training • Providing Security Services (NVQ) • One of our Health and Safety or First Aid courses

What do I need to join?

candidate must be 18 years old or over

Please check details before committing to a course as sometimes changes have to be made at short notice.

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