Door Supervision Course Northampton – NN1
October 31-at-9:30 am - November 8-at-6:00 pm£100
Door Supervisors – Two Part Weekend Course
Book your place for £100 and pay the remaining balance (£120) on the day. Total price £220
Who is this qualification for?
This qualification is aimed at individuals wishing to apply for a licence from the Security Industry Authority (SIA) to work as a door supervisor. It is based on the relevant SIA specification for learning and qualifications and is supported by Skills for Security, the standards setting body for the security industry and the SIA, which regulates the private security industry.
How long will it take?
To complete this qualification learners are expected to undertake approximately 45-hours of learning. The SIA stipulates a minimum of 32.5 contact hours (4-days) if flexible distance learning is undertaken.
These include the main characteristics of the Private Security Industry, the importance of safe working practices to comply with legal requirements, the role and objectives of a door supervisor, powers of arrest relevant to a door supervisor, how to recognise, assess and reduce risk in conflict situations, good practice to follow after conflict situations, physical interventions and the implications of their use and the use non-aggressive physical skills to protect yourself and others.
This qualification is assessed by a practical demonstration and a multiple-choice examinations.
About SIA Door Supervisor Training
This is the best course to get employment as it will cover you to work across most areas of the security industry. (Offices, Factories, Warehouses, Corporate, Reception Areas, Shops, Building Sites, Mobile Patrols, Pubs, Clubs etc) This course will allow you to get an SIA licence to work as a door supervisor or a security officer.
Candidates must be 18 or over, not have a serious criminal record in the last 5 years and have proof of identity. The SIA website has full information about identity documents and the types of offences that would lead to them refusing a licence. For example, motoring offences are ignored.
Candidates must attend the whole course.
The course content is set out by the exam board and SIA.
Common Security Industry Knowledge
Session 1: Awareness of the Law in the Private Security Industry
Session 2: Health and Safety for the Private Security Operative
Session 3: Fire Safety Awareness
Session 4: Emergency Procedures
Session 5: The Private Security Industry
Session 6: Communication Skills and Customer Care
Door Supervisor Specialist Module
Session 1: Behavioural Standards
Session 2: Civil and Criminal Law
Session 3: Searching
Session 4: Arrest
Session 5: Drugs Awareness
Session 6: Recording Incidents and Crime Preservation
Session 7: Licensing Law
Session 8: Emergency Procedures
Session 9: Dealing with Vulnerable Individuals
Session 10: Dealing with Queues and Crowds
Conflict Management Module
Session 1: Avoiding Conflict and Reducing Personal Risk
Session 2: Defusing Conflict
Session 3: Resolving and Learning from Conflict
Session 4b: Application of Communication Skills and Conflict Management for Door
Physical Intervention Skills Module
Session 1: Introduction to Physical Skills
Session 2: Disengagement Techniques
Session 3: Escorting Techniques
It is a 4 day course in the classroom, but you need to spend a full day before the course starts reading the pre-course material and completing the workbook that goes with it. Both are on our website. You will be doing an exam based on this home study, so it is not possible to pass the course without doing it! The workbook can be printed out and brought to the training or you can just make notes of your answers and bring them to the course.
You will spend one day doing the practical element of Physical Intervention. This involves physical activity and some risk. To minimise the risk we insist on a strict code of behaviour and limiting practice only to techniques that we teach from an SIA approved programme. Candidates must wear appropriate clothing for this day (eg. trainers, track suit). If you have any health concerns please phone or email in advance of the course. You will also be asked to complete a health questionnaire on the course.
What to bring
You will need 2 passport photos, notepaper and a black pen.
On the final day of the course you will need to bring your ID (3 items).
Please bring your Passport and/or Driving Licence. You can also bring Birth Certificates /P45/P60/ bills /bank statements/letter from HMRC, jobcentre etc. See the SIA website for a full list.
Please do not hesitate to contact us if you have any further questions about the course.