From 1st of April 2021 Door Supervisor course is minimum 6 days in class when learner completes 8 hours distance learning before the start of the course. Learner must have completed Emergency First Aid At Work (EFAAW) as well before joining the course.
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The door supervisor courses is for the candidates who are interested to start their career in private security industry as as door supervisor or security officer.
Door supervisors are security operatives working at licensed premises, for example, bars, night clubs, hotels, restaurants and large events. The main role of a door supervisor is to make sure customers have an enjoyable experience in a safe environment.
Door Supervisor Course
This is the most popular course in Security industry to find a quick job. A unique license as it qualifies an individual to work as a Door Supervisor and a Security Guard.
- Enhance your professional skills and earning too!
- Our Course will be delivered in 4 days including exam
- Entry Requirements
There are no formal entry requirements; however, the minimum age requirement for entry into this course is 18 years and an English proficiency corresponding to B1 level or Level 1 is required
- Identification documents (Full provisional UK driving license, passport or BRP Card)
- 2 Proof of address (utility bill, bank statement etc)
- 2 Photographs.
Unit 1: Working in the Private Security Industry
- Know the main characteristics and purposes of the Private Security Industry
- Understand legislation as it applies to a security operative
- Understand arrest procedures relevant to security operatives
- Understand the importance of safe working practices
- Understand fire procedures in the workplace
- Understand emergencies and the importance of emergency procedures
- Understand how to communicate effectively as a security operative
- Understand record keeping relevant to the role of the security operative
- Understand terror threats and the role of the security operative in the event of a threat
- Understand how to keep vulnerable people safe
- Understand good practice for post incident management
Unit 2: Principles of Working as Door Supervisor in the Private Industry
- Understand crime relevant to door supervision
- Know how to conduct effective search procedures
- Understand drug-misuse legislation, issues and procedures relevant to the role of a door supervisor
- Understand preservation of evidence relevant to the role of a door supervisor
- Understand licensing law relevant to the role of a door supervisor
- Understand queue management and venue capacity responsibilities relevant to door supervisor
- Know how to use equipment relevant to a door supervisor
Unit 3: Application of Conflict Management in the Private Security Industry
- Understand the principles of conflict management appropriate to the role
- Understand how to recognise, assess and reduce risk in conflict situation
- Understand the use of problem-solving techniques when resolving conflict
- Be able to communicate to de-escalate conflict
Unit 4: Application of Physical Intervention Skills in the Private Security Industry
- Understand physical interventions and the implications of their use
- Understand the risk associated with using physical intervention
- Understand how to reduce the risks associated with the physical intervention
- Be able to use physical skills to protect yourself and others
- Be able to use non-pain compliant standing , holding and escorting techniques
What will happened after completion of my course?
After completion of the course learner wait for results to be releases which normally take two to three weeks
Once you have done your training and successfully passed the door supervisor course. Depending on the awarding organization you should get your certificate within ten working days.
Can a door supervisor work as a security guard?
Yes, a door supervisor can work as a normal security guard on the contrary a normal security guard cannot work as a door supervisor, as door supervisors need to work in licensed premises. In order for him to work in licensed premises, he needs to undergo the required training.
Door supervisor course or security guard course?
In our opinion, the door supervisor qualification is better and is good value for money that you spend. A door supervisor can do all the work that a normal security guard can do, but in addition to that, he can also work in licensed premises, which include where alcohol is dealt with. Thus if you intend to join the security industry then we recommend that you do the SIA door supervisor course rather than the security guard course.
Qs. How long is my SIA Licence valid for?
Your Licence will last for 3 years and you have you renew it by doing a refresher course.
Qs. What does the SIA check when applying for a Door Supervisor licence?
The SIA checks the criminal background of applicants via a DBS check, as well as verifying their identity through official documents.
Qs. Will having a criminal record affect my SIA application?
Having a criminal record does not always prevent you from receiving an SIA Licence. However, it does depend on the type of offence and the SIA evaluation to allow you to receive a Licence. It is best to contact the SIA directly if you are considering applying for a licence and are not sure.
Qs. Can I work in the security industry without an SIA Licence?
You must not work without a SIA Licence as it is illegal to work in the Private Security Industry without an SIA Licence. However, some employers can qualify for exemptions under Section 4(4) of the Private Security Industry Act 2001. To work without an SIA Licence is a criminal offence.
NOTE; EMERGENCY FIRST AID AT WORK WILL TAKE PLACE PRIOR TO THESE DATES