Vehicle Immobilisation Operations

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Typology BTEC
Location At 2 venues
Duration 4 Days

Introduction to wheel clamping operations, when to clamp and when to remove vehicles, vehicle tow away, avoiding conflict and reducing risk Learners who have completed this qualification can, once they are practising as a vehicle immobiliser, progress onto the Edexcel Level 2 NVQ in Controlled Parking Areas.
Suitable for: Qualification summary People wishing to immobilise and relocate vehicles parked on private land are required to hold a licence from the Security Industry Authority. Before they apply for a licence, they must have undergone training. This qualification will attest to their having undertaken this training to the required standard.

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Frederick St, Cleveland, England
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Surtees Business Centre, Bowesfield Lane, TS18 3HP, Cleveland, England
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Frederick St, Cleveland, England
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Surtees Business Centre, Bowesfield Lane, TS18 3HP, Cleveland, England

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Course programme

Vehicle Immobilisation

The Course is in 3 parts and follows the a set format that has been established and used by the London Clamping Company (One of the leading enforcement companies in the industry) for many years.

It has been specifically designed to meet the strict requirements of the SIA. A level 2 qualification is achieved on the successful completion of the course.

The course is completed over 4 days each part is tested using an exam and the course is certified by Edexcel.

During the first part of the course learners investigate the skills and knowledge necessary to function as a licensed operator. The subject headings are listed below:

* Introduction to wheel clamping operations
* Introduction to the legislation relating to vehicle immobilising (Private Security Industry Act 2001) and the tools used to immobilise a vehicle
* Signs, Lines and enforcement vehicles
* Registration marks
* Health and Safety
* When to clamp and when to remove vehicles
* Vehicle tow away
* Completing paperwork
* Practical case studies (clamping, removal and paperwork)
* Use of photography
* The payment process
* Procedures for start and end of shift
* Radio operations
* Discretionary parking
* Standards of individual behaviour for vehicle immobilisers and customer care
* Equal opportunities
* Appeals

This part of the course is an essential part of any of the Security Qualifications as dealing with the public in potentially stressful situations is a fundamental part of the role.

* Avoiding conflict and reducing risk
* Defusing conflict
* Resolving conflict
* Post incident considerations and learning from conflict

Additional information

Career opportunities:

Security officer/manager

Credits/Points: 3
Students per class: 6
Contact person: Carolyn

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