Level 2 Award for Working as a Door Supervisor within the Private Security Industry

eventsecurity+event+security+SIA+licence+door+supervisor+canterbury+kent.jpeg
eventsecurity+event+security+SIA+licence+door+supervisor+canterbury+kent.jpeg

Level 2 Award for Working as a Door Supervisor within the Private Security Industry

200.00

Anyone wanting to work, as a door supervisor in the UK, needs a licence to practise issued by the Security Industry Authority (SIA)and one of the things you need to apply for a licence is to have passed a recognised qualification. The Level 2 Award for Working as a Door Supervisor within the Private Security Industry is a nationally recognised qualification designed for those who wish to work in the industry. 

 

Level 2 Award for Working as a Door Supervisor within the Private Security Industry

What subjects are covered in the Syllabus?

Working within the Private Security Industry

·  Awareness of the Law in the Private Security Industry

·  Health and Safety for the Private Security Operative

·  Fire Safety Awareness

·  Emergency Procedures

·  The Private Security Industry

·  Communication Skills and Customer Care

Conflict Management within the Private Security Industry

·  Avoiding Conflict and Reducing Personal Risk

·  Defusing Conflict

·  Resolving and Learning from Conflict

·  Application of Communication Skills and Conflict Management for Door Supervisors

Working as a Door Supervisor within the Private Security Industry

·  Behavioural Standards

·  Civil and Criminal Law

·  Searching

·  Arrest

·  Drugs Awareness

·  Recording Incidents and Crime Preservation

·  Licensing Law

·  Emergency Procedures

Physical Intervention Skills within the Private Security Industry

·  Introduction to Physical Skills

·  Disengagement Techniques

·  Escorting Techniques

The aim of attending the Physical Intervention programme is to help you learn a range of methods for establishing physical control where lawful, appropriate and absolutely necessary.

The course addresses different levels of risk, which includes the list below:

To reduce the risk of injury and assault, protect oneself and others against injury and assault, and to disengage from grips and grabs

·  Disengagement – this element focuses on basic defensive skills

·  Assault avoidance and evasion

·  Releases from grips and grabs

·  Rescue skills

To guide and escort people safely

·  Holding skills – this element focuses on restrictive interventions

·  Escorting skills

·  Holding skills, limited to application to those who are standing/seated

Date:
Days:
Quantity:
Add To Cart

Clothing – comfortable loose clothing is recommended during this training course, but it is not necessary to wear sports kit. However, it is essential that you wear flat-soled shoes, not including sandals, flip flops or any other open toed shoes. Please also wear a minimum of jewellery, as this will need to be removed when practical skills are taught.

Health Declaration – we expect all candidates to be physically fit and not carrying any injury or condition that may put you or others at risk. By attending the course you agree that this is the case, and you will be expected to declare any health issues on arrival on the pre training assessment form. Whilst ONN Training and Consultancy services Ltd and its trainers take positive measures to reduce risk, participants must recognise that there is always a risk of injury when physical interventions are taught and practised.

How is it Assessed?
Working within the Private Security Industry – This unit is assessed by a multiple-choice examination consisting of 40 questions. Pass rate 70% (28 correct answers)

Conflict Management within the Private Security Industry - This unit is assessed by a multiple-choice examination consisting of 20 questions. Pass rate 70% (14 correct answers)

Working as a Door Supervisor within the Private Security Industry - This unit is assessed by a Multiple-choice examination consisting of 45 questions. Pass rate 70% (32 correct answers)

Physical Intervention Skills for the Private Security Industry - This unit is assessed by practical and written assessment. Throughout the day candidates are assessed on the skills they learn. They must be able to demonstrate numerous techniques whilst following the programme with confidence. A short written assessment will be completed during the course of this training.

Please allow enough time to register prior to the start of the course. Latecomers may not be permitted on the course. It is absolutely vital that you bring the following items with you to the course:

·  Proof of Identification & two proofs of address ( please enquire for questions on acceptable ID and proof of address )

·  2-colour passport sized photograph

·  HB Pencil

· Rubber

Please be aware; you will not be permitted to attend the course or sit the examinations without the correct proofs of identity, address and passport photos.

What does a candidate receive on Successful Assessment?

Successful candidates will receive a certificate, which incorporates an individual number. The issue of each individually numbered certificate is recorded on a central database registering the name of the recipient, date of birth, and place and location of examination.

On successful completion of the course you will then be able to apply for your SIA License. For more information about SIA licensing or to request an application pack, contact the SIA.

www.sia.homeoffice.gov.uk
Security Industry Authority, PO Box 1293, Liverpool, L69 1AX

Tel: 0844 892 1025 lines are open from 08.00 to 20.00 Monday to Friday. Fax: 0844 892 0975

Grievance and Appeals

Whilst we endeavour to provide the highest standards for conducting examinations, in the event of a grievance there is a 2-stage procedure in conjunction with the relevant awarding body, which will ensure that the grievance is dealt with quickly and fairly. Copies of procedure are available on request.  

Equal Opportunities

ONN Training and Consultancy services Ltd is committed to equality of opportunity and has an Equal Opportunities Policy, copies of which are available on request.