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- Door Supervisors Course

(Holders of door supervisor licences can work as security guards on non-licensed premises)

Established for ten years within the training and consultancy sector, our highly trained tutors provide not only the most up to date training available, but a wealth of knowledge and understanding of today’s Security Industry due to considerable experience both in the military and as paramedics.
Security Training - Door Supervisors Course
With a polite and accessible approach, we endeavour to create the right atmosphere within which to be trained. Professionally working with the trainee to accomplish the right outcome… whilst keeping the sensitive thoughts of the general public in mind at all times.

With the ever-increasing numbers of restaurants, bars and clubs in Britain, one problem has become extremely clear, that many managers have been left struggling to find qualified Door Staff. The existing amount of door staff has now been significantly reduced due to the Security Industry Authorities (SIA) announcement that all staff must have a license to practice by April 2005.

Training is delivered in two parts as follows:

Part 1 Role and Responsibilities of a Door Supervisor (15 hours)

This covers:

  • Health and Safety at Work
  • Emergency Procedures
  • Civil and Criminal Law
  • Drugs Awareness
  • Appropriate behaviour for Door Supervisors
  • Searching and Arrests Procedures
  • Recording Incidents and Crime Scene Preservation
  • Licensing Law
  • Equal Opportunities and Law

  • Part 2 Communication Skills and Conflict Management (15 hours)

    This covers:

  • How to refuse entry and how to eject in a way that reduces conflict
  • Identifying different types of incidents and how to deal with them
  • Understanding the law about arrest

  • Assessment Criteria

    Both units are separately assessed by means of an externally marked multiple-choice examination. Each examination consists of forty questions and lasts for one hour.
    While unit one is a conventional multiple-choice paper, unit two requires candidates to watch a series of video clips before answering the questions.

    There are three elements involved in getting an SIA licence:

  • Identity check
  • Criminal records check
  • Successfully completing the relevant training and obtaining a recognised qualification in door supervision.

    What happens if my application is refused?
    You will have a right of appeal to the Licensing and Appeals Committee within 21 days of the day on which you were notified of the decision.

    Course Costs

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