Door supervision new course
The door supervision course consists of the following Units:
Unit 1: Principles of working in the private security industry
Chapter 1: Know the main characteristics of the Private Security Industry.
Chapter 2: Know the main characteristics and purposes of the private security industry.
Chapter 3: Understand arrest procedures relevant to security operatives.
Chapter 4: Understand the importance of safe working practice.
Chapter 5: Understand fire procedures in the workplace.
All other Chapters: Understand emergencies and the importance of emergency procedures and communications, role and responsibilities, Understanding the threat, dealing with vulnerable people and post-incident management.
Unit 2- Principles of working as a door supervisor in the private security industry
Chapter 1: Understand crimes relevant to door supervision.
Chapter 2: Know how to conduct effective search procedures.
Chapter 3: Understand drug-misuse legislation, issues and procedures relevant to the role of a door supervisor.
Chapter 4: Understand the preservation of evidence relevant to the role of a door supervisor.
Chapter 5: Understand licensing law relevant to the role of a door supervisor.
Chapter 6: Understand queue management and venue capacity responsibilities relevant to a door supervisor.
Chapter 7: Know how to use equipment relevant to a door supervisor.
Unit 3 - Application of conflict management in the private security industry
Chapter 1: Understand the principles of conflict management appropriate to the role.
Chapter 2: Understand how to recognise, assess and reduce risk in conflict situations.
Chapter 3: Understand the use of problem-solving techniques when resolving conflict.
Chapter 4: Be able to communicate to de-escalate the conflict.
Unit 4 - Application of physical intervention skills in the private security industry
Chapter 1: Understand physical interventions and the implications of their use.
Chapter 2: Understand the risks associated with using the physical intervention.
Chapter 3: Understand how to reduce the risks associated with physical intervention.
Chapter 4: Be able to use physical skills to protect yourself and others.
Chapter 5: Be able to use non-pain compliant standing, holding and escorting techniques.
Day Training emergency first aid course covers the following topics:
- Aims and principles of first aid
- What to do in an emergency
- Basic Life Support (CPR & basic use of an AED)
- Management of the unconscious casualty
- Assessment and treatment of a casualty who is wounded or bleeding
- Choking and asphyxia
- Assessment and treatment of burns
- Assessment and treatment of miscellaneous medical conditions
- Record keeping
How long is the training course?
It has been designed to be completed in 7 Days.
Day One – 08:30-17.30 – DS
Day Two – 09:00-17.30 – DS
Day Three – 09:00-17.30 – DS
Day Four – 09:00-17.30 – DS
Day Five – 09:00-17.30 – DS
Day Six – 09:00-17.30 – DS
Day Seven – 09:00-17.30 – EFA
Course assessment: Assessment method: Multiple choice examination & Observation over the Six days.
Total cost: Our special early booking price in London is £359.99 or pay a deposit of £80.00 and the balance on the first day of training.
We offer a free resit for one module if you need to retake but after that, please see the charges detailed below (Please note this does not include the home study assessment part of the training).
Retake 1-2 £50
Retake 2-3 £80
Retake 4 and above (£120)
(Inclusive of Registration fees, exam fee, no other charges).
BOOK YOUR COURSE NOW: You can book this course by telephone on 01622 203624 (For immediate booking).
Alternatively, you can book online here by clicking the link below.
All guidelines will be provided upon completion of bookings on the next working day by email.
Documents required from you: You will be required to bring Identification documents such as a Passport or drivers’ licence and proof of address utility bill or bank statement etc along with 2 passport size photographs.
SIA licensing FAQ
1. What is the SIA?
The Security Industry Authority (SIA), which was created under the Private Security Industry Act 2001, is an independent organization responsible for effectively regulating the private security industry across the United Kingdom in order to reduce criminality, raise standards and recognize quality service.
The SIA license was created to regulate the security industry and improve its image. It covers physical, manned security roles as well as CCTV surveillance. Licensing ensures that private security operatives are properly trained and qualified to do their jobs.
2. Who needs SIA licence?
Since The Security Industry Act 2001, it is compulsory for all those who work in the security industry to undergo SIA Training and possess a current, valid SIA license. You will also need a First Aid qualification.
Some of the popular security jobs you’ll need an SIA license to work in:
TMS Training, with our experienced SIA training specialists for years, will provide you with the best SIA license training courses in many locations across the UK and help prepare for your SIA license exams.
3. Why you need an SIA licence?
An SIA licence allows the licence holder to legally practice in the industry. Working without a valid SIA Licence is a criminal offence, which means you could be fined and even put in prison. Upon summary conviction at a Magistrate’s Court, Sheriff Court or District Court, a maximum penalty of six months imprisonment and/or a fine of up to £5,000.
4. How long does it take to process an SIA licence application?
The SIA says they aim to process a minimum of 80% of all correctly completed applications within 25 working days, but it normally takes around six weeks for each SIA licence application to be processed. This time starts from when a correctly completed SIA licence application form is received (when SIA receives a correctly completed application, they will write to the candidate in order to confirm).
5. What is SIA licence cost?
The SIA licence cost is £190. This would be paid to the Post office when you have opened your SIA account and started your application.
The SIA license fee must be fully paid at the time you submit your application and will not be refunded to you even if your application is eventually denied.
In some rare situations, some employers will cover the cost of your SIA licence application.
6. How to get SIA licence form?
Once you finish your training course and got your qualifications, you’ll be ready to apply for your SIA license.
You will have to open an SIA account to start the process of an SIA license.
Don’t forget, you’ll need to renew your licence before your old one runs out, or you may have to take the relevant course again.
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