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Dunedin Associates

Working as a Door Supervisor in the Private Security Industry (Scotland)

Dunedin Associates
In Aberdeen ()

£200
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Typology Training
Level Beginner
Duration 4 Days
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Description

HABC AWARD IN DOOR SUPERVISION (Scotland) SCQF LEVEL 6)) Fully accredited SIA qualification to become a Door Supervisor.

OVERVIEW

SIA training for those wishing to begin work as a Door Supervisor. On successful completion of the course, and passing the required examinations, delegates will be able to apply for the Door Supervisor's Licence which will allow the individual to operate as a qualified Door Supervisor. Their are currently over 210,330 thousand SIA Licenced Door Supervisors across the UK and the industry is still growing. Why not begin an exciting career as a qualified Door Supervisor with the potential to earn £8 - £10 per hour.

This qualification is based on the SIA specification for core competency training for Door Supervisors which covers the knowledge and understanding that all candidates must prove in order to be issued with their licence to practice.

To gain your SIA Door Supervisor licence, you will need to attend and take four training modules and pass three exams. The course is delivered over 38 guided learning hours, 30 hours of which are contact hours.

The core specification for door supervisors training has changed and now includes additional requirements for all door supervisors across the U.K. in relation to;

First aid awareness, Dealing with 14 - 18 year olds, Awareness of terrorist threats and, Escorting and disengagement skills. Course Content

Day 1 Working in the Private Security Industry (This is optional if you have already passed a cctv, security guarding course since September 2010)

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Government funding available

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Mohamed Abdelrahim
5.0 01/02/2016
What I would highlight: It was a very good course. I would recommend it to everyone.
What could be improved: Encourage people to do the course from my side.
Would you recommend this course?: Yes
Did this opinion help you? Yes (0)
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Gary Prior
5.0 01/02/2016
What I would highlight: The tutor staff method of training was very easy to take in which made it enjoyable to attend.
What could be improved: The course materials which were sent in PDF form were not very easily read.
Would you recommend this course?: Yes
Did this opinion help you? Yes (0)
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What you'll learn on the course

Supervisor
Security
Industry
Private Security
Private
Skills and Training
Conflict
Management
Physical Intervention
Conflict Management
Accredited
Training First Aid
CCTV
First Aid
Risk
Problem Solving
Door Supervisor
3
Law
1

Teachers and trainers (1)

George Neil
George Neil
Trainer

George has 25 years experience as a door supervisor and over a decade of training experience in the security industry. His practial experience along with his theretical knowledge will ensure you receive the best possible start to your career in the private security industry.

Course programme

HABC AWARD for Working as a Door Supervisor in the Private Security Industry (Scotland) SCQF LEVEL 6)) Fully accredited SIA qualification to become a Door Supervisor.

OVERVIEW

SIA training for those wishing to begin work as a Door Supervisor. On successful completion of the course, and passing the required examinations, delegates will be able to apply for the Door Supervisor's Licence which will allow the individual to operate as a qualified Door Supervisor. Their are currently over 210,330 thousand SIA Licenced Door Supervisors across the UK and the industry is still growing. Why not begin an exciting career as a qualified Door Supervisor with the potential to earn £8 - £10 per hour.

This qualification is based on the SIA specification for core competency training for Door Supervisors which covers the knowledge and understanding that all candidates must prove in order to be issued with their licence to practice.

To gain your SIA Door Supervisor licence, you will need to attend and take four training modules and pass three exams. The course is delivered over 38 guided learning hours, 30 hours of which are contact hours.

The core specification for door supervisors training has changed and now includes additional requirements for all door supervisors across the U.K. in relation to;

First aid awareness, Dealing with 14 - 18 year olds, Awareness of terrorist threats and, Escorting and disengagement skills. Course Content

Day 1 Working in the Private Security Industry (This is optional if you have already passed a cctv, security guarding course since September 2010)

Learning Outcomes

LO1:Know the purpose and main features of the private security industry LO2:Understand the legislation that is relevant to people working in the private security industry LO3:Understand relevant aspects of health and safety in the workplace LO4:Know how to apply the principles of fire safety LO5:Know how to deal with non-fire-related workplace emergencies LO6:Understand the principles of effective communication and customer care in the private security industry

Day 2 Working as a Door Supervisor

Learning Outcomes

LO1:Understand the behaviour appropriate for individual door supervisors, as defined by the Security Industry Authority's (SIA) Standards of Behaviour LO2:Understand the elements of civil and criminal law relevant to door supervisors LO3:Understand search procedures and the reasons for having them LO4:Understand the powers of arrest and related procedures LO5:Understand relevant drug legislation and its relevance to the role of the door supervisor LO6:Understand incident recording and crime scene preservation LO7:Understand licensing law and social responsibility LO8:Understand and be able to follow procedures for emergency situations

Day 3 Conflict Management for the Private Security Industry (optional if done security guarding course since 2010)

Learning Outcomes

LO1:Understand the principles of conflict management appropriate to their role LO2:Understand how to recognise, assess and reduce risk in conflict situations LO3:Understand how to communicate effectively in emotive situations and de-escalate conflict LO4:Understand how to develop and use problem solving strategies for resolving LO5:Understand conflict good practice to follow after conflict situations Day 4 Physical Intervention Skills for the Private Security Industry.

Learning Outcomes

LO1:Understand physical interventions and the legal and professional implications of their use LO2:Understand how to reduce the risk of harm when physical intervention skills are used LO3:Be able to use non-pain related physical skills to protect yourself and others from assault LO4:Be able to use non-pain related standing holding and escorting techniques, including non-restrictive and restrictive skills LO5:Understand good practice to follow after physical interventions Course Exam Assessment

Unit 1 - Working in the Private Security Industry

25-question multiple-choice examination paper. Successful candidates must achieve a score of at least 18 out of 25. Examination duration 45 minutes. Unit 2 - Working as a Door Supervisor

40-question multiple-choice examination paper. Successful candidates must achieve a score of at least 28 out of 40. Examination duration 1 hour. Unit 3 - Conflict Management for the Private Security Industry

25-question multiple-choice examination paper. Successful candidates must achieve a score of at least 18 out of 25. Examination duration 45 minutes. Unit 4 - Physical Intervention Skills for the Private Security Industry

Ongoing practical assessment throughout the course by the tutor. 10 true or false questions marked by the course tutor.


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