Want a change in career?
Do you want to work in the Security Industry? Do you like music, or enjoy sporting events? You could be working at live events across the UK, or why not learn how to deal with emergencies safely to help family, friends & work situations?
Here are the skills you will achieve during the SIA Door Supervisor training course:
Emergency First Aid at Work (EFAW)
- Roles & Responsibilities of a first aider
- Assessing emergency situations and prioritising action
- CPR/Use of AED (automated external defibrillator)
- Unresponsive Casualties
- Choking adult/child/baby
- Infection Prevention
- Severe Bleeding
- Shock &Internal Bleeding
- Minor injuries
Door Supervisor Modules are:
- WIPSI - (WORKING IN THE PRIVATE SECURITY INDUSTRY)
- CONFLICT MANAGEMENT
- DOOR SUPERVISOR
- PHYSICAL INTERVENTION
WIPSI-working in the private security industry
- Awareness of law in the Private security industry
- Health & safety in the industry
- Fire safety awareness
- Emergency procedures
- The private security industry and why it’s in place.
- Communication skills- how to use radios and other security based equipment.
- Identifying, avoiding and reducing conflict
- Defusing conflict
- Resolving, reflecting and learning from Conflict
- How to apply communication skills
- Strategies and techniques to diffuse and stop conflict.
- Standards of behaviour
- Civil & Criminal Law
- Drugs Awareness
- How to deal with prohibited items
- How to record incidents and crime Preservation
- Licensing Laws
- Emergency Procedures
- How to deal with vulnerable individuals
- Queue Management
- Introduction to level 2 physical skills
- Disengagement Techniques
- Escorting Techniques
- How to safely manage restraints on stairs and seated restraints
All of these units are transferable skills. We use them daily and this helps us maintain equilibrium at work and at home. All qualifications mentioned above are certificated and accredited by Highfield Qualifications.
It's a 7-day combined course, or 6 days if holding a medical qualification in date. Every module will have an exam after completion of this module- your tutor will advise on day 1. You will sit an English exam before starting the course, this is an SIA requirement for industry. You will have pre-course materials to hand in 1 week prior to starting your course.
Once your SIA Door Supervisor training course is completed you will be advised of the timescales for the awarding body and advised and shown how to create an account on the SIA portal-this will be tutor led.
You will have your criminal record checked by 'the disclosure and barring service' application to the SIA, once all documents are checked and accepted by the SIA. These checks can take up to 25 days providing all details are correct and up to date.