OnnPoint provides tailored courses and training solutions by our team of industry active specialists. Our instructors bring with them years of frontline experience from their operational time within the industry. The OnnPoint Training Centre offers Live Action Scenarios, Advanced Techniques and Safety Workshops in a friendly and open and progressive environment. First Aid, Security and Protection, Health and Fire Safety and Specialist Event Training are some of the courses available with more being added daily. Watch this space for more updates, news and course details and 'stay ahead of the rest'.


BEspoke courses

Like the look of our courses but can't find a date that suits you or your staff?

Our courses are fully flexible to fit your needs. We can arrange dates around your schedule and even move our lessons to your location. We cover the whole of Kent. We offer our entire range of courses as bespoke courses, just ensure we have a safe and adequate space to teach and we will cover the rest.

We will beat ANY price match from other course providers.

Contact Us

Most of the information regarding our courses can be found on our site. Please visit our FAQ or use the contact form below. Any enquiries for radio hire can also be made below

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Getting Here


ONN Training and Consultancy Services Ltd

Unit 34 Roper Close






There is no onsite parking at the centre but there is parking located at Canterbury West train station.  The centre is a few minutes walk from here and is charged at £6.50 a day Monday to Friday (subject to change).


Bus routes:

The main bus station is in Canterbury city centre, which is a 15 minutes walk to the centre.  There are also busses that stop across the road from the centre and these are Bus 4, 21A, 22 and Bus UNI2.  You can plan your route at: www.stagecoachbus.com/plan-a-journey using our postcode as your destination.



Longleys – 01227 710777

Wilkinson Taxis – 01227 450450

There is also a taxi rank outside the front of Canterbury West train station.



The nearest train station is Canterbury West, the centre is a 5 minute walk from the station.  You can plan your journey here: www.nationalrail.co.uk

Frequently Asked Questions

How long does it take to get my result?
You will be notified of your result within 14 days via email or telephone.


What methods can I use to pay for my training?
Cash on arrival if pre-arranged

Cash prior to course at the head office

Online payments


Can I pay on the day?
Yes you can pay on the day if pre authorised and will be cash only on the day.


What is the cost of examination retake?
If you fail one or more units of the exam, you will have to pay a re-sit fee of £40.  If you take our pass plus option for £24.99 you will not have to pay a re-sit fee.


When will I get my certificate?
Certificates will be sent to you via the address provided and are usually dispatched within 6 weeks after completion of the course.


Do I need to receive my certificate before I can apply for my SIA Licence?
No. You can apply for SIA Licence as soon as you have your result.


Q: My name is spelt wrong on the certificate, what do I do?
If your name is spelt wrong on your certificate, please send us a copy of your passport or driver’s license and we will send out a new certificate, this can take up to 14 days.


Q: My certificate is lost in the post, what do I do?
A new certificate can be issued for an additional cost of £40.


Q: What do I need to bring along to my training course?
Please bring a form of identification such as your passport or driver’s license as an identity check is required. Please also bring along two passport size photos and two forms of address proof.  The full list of what Identity will be accepted will be sent to you on completion of booking onto the course.


Who is responsible for me having a licence for working?
You, the operative, are responsible for obtaining a licence to work legally within the private security industry. You will be breaking the law if you work without a licence and your employer will be breaking the law if they use unlicensed staff. It is not your employer’s responsibility to get you licensed, but it is their responsibility to ensure that their security staffs always have the right licence for the role they ask them to perform


How dangerous are the Physical Intervention training classes?
The course only teaches the safest techniques and does not involve any harmful methods such as striking. The trainers supervise the training at all times and risk assessment is crucial for the course.  You will be asked to sign a disclaimer and a health and fitness questionnaire before this module.