SIA DOOR SUPERVISOR
Who requires this qualification?
We provide the best SIA Training Courses, providing you with all the materials and support to help you pass your exams. The Door Supervisor course is a 6 day course, and over this period you will learn what it requires to work in the private security industry, working as a door supervisor, conflict management for the private security industry and physical intervention.
It is now also compulsory that you must have an Emergency First Aid Certificate before you can take the training required for a door supervisor or security guard license.
This course is for individuals wishing to obtain the SIA Door Supervisor Licence and work in the following front-line roles:
Corporate Security Guarding
Retail Security Guarding
Music or Sporting Event Security
Nightclub / Restaurant Security
Shopping Centre Security
Loss Prevention Officer
Office Building Security Guarding
Who can do this course?
Candidates are Required to Provide:
Please note that proof of address cannot be older than three months.
Common Forms of Identity Documents:
Signed valid passport of any nationality.
Driving licence photo card.
UK birth certificate.
UK biometric residence permit.
Valid EU photo ID card.
Current bank or building society statement.
Utility bill (gas, electric, telephone, water, satellite, cable).
Letter from H.M Revenue & Customs or local authority.
Current credit card statement.
Separate from this you need to hold a valid First Aid qualification. Still not sure? Please click on this link for more information about the course requirements.
What you will learn
Unit 1: Working in The Private Security Industry
Private Security Industry: The legal aspect
Health and Safety for private security operatives
Fire Safety awareness
Communication Skills and Customer Care
Unit 2: Working as a Door Supervisor
Civil and criminal law
Recording incidents and crime scene preservation
Unit 3: Conflict Management for The Private Security Industry
Avoiding conflict and reducing personal risk
Resolving and learning from conflicts
Application of communication skills and conflict management for Door Supervisors
Unit 4: Physical Intervention Skills for The Private Security Industry
Introduction to physical intervention Skills
Did you know: The persuasive Communication and Conflict Management skills taught in this course can be used professionally and personally when dealing with conflict situations. This stand-alone part of the course is worth more than the price of the course.
Highfields Level 2 Certificate in Door Supervision
Award in Emergency First Aid (if applicable)
Counter Terrorism Certificate
You will receive your certificates within 2 weeks of successful course completion
How you will learn
The course runs over 6 consecutive days (9am-6pm). It's divided into 4 units, and covers everything from the legal aspects of security, to the latest physical intervention techniques.
SIA Course Update (April 2021): Since 1st April 2021, this course became a 6-day course instead of a 4-day course. You must have a first aid qualification before you can take the training. This should be an Emergency First Aid at Work (EFAW) certificate or higher.
You can enrol on our first aid course and this must be completed before you start the Door Supervisor course
On the final day of your course, there will be 4 multiple-choice exams and a practical assessment.
We understand exams can feel daunting, but there's no need to worry. Everything you need to know is covered in the Door Supervisor Course, and your training instructor will fully prepare you for success.
There are numerous career paths and opportunities in the UK today for Door Supervisors.
You can also go on to study the following courses:
Getting your SIA Door Supervisor Licence may seem complicated, but it’s actually quite easy! All you need to do is follow the simple steps:
Pass the Door Supervisor Course
The Door Supervisor Course takes 6 days to complete. The training course is assessed by 4 multiple choice exams and practical assessments.
Complete the licence application on the SIA website
The cost of starting a licence application is £220.00 The SIA will get back to you within 25 working days. In rare cases, this can take up to 6 weeks.
Complete identity checks
You will need to verify your identity to satisfy parts of your SIA application, namely your photo ID. The easiest way to do this is at the Post Office. You can also have someone with a British passport, who is not related to you, to sign the back of your photo ID.
Submit application to the SIA
The SIA will verify your identity and run a background check on your criminal record. If you have lived abroad for 6 months or more, you may be required to provide some supporting evidence.
Receive your licence in the post
Fees and Funding
£300 (with First Aid included)
£250 (If you already have a First Aid qualification)
Full Level 2 courses may be fully funded for 19+ year olds who are unemployed and on benefits. Please ask at reception for more information.
Mon 7th March - Sat 12th March 2022
Mon 4th April - Sat 9th April 2022
Mon 9th May - Sat 14th May 2022
Mon 23rd May - Sat 28th May 2022
0207 732 9255
JFC Training College, 12-14 Wellington Street, Woolwich, London, SE18 6PE.
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