SIA TOP-UP FOR DOOR SUPERVISORS TRAINING IN MANCHESTER
SIA Door Supervisor Top up Training course in Manchester is the best course to start your career in the Private Security Industry. The course train you to work in different roles in security industry including: Retail Security, Door Supervision, Corporate Security and Event Security.SIA Door supervisor top up Training course for any one who would like to work in any premises that offers alcohol and entertainment in the UK then this is the right option to further your career.
Hotels, Cinemas, Events Venues, Pubs, Nightclubs, and Sporting Events are all examples of venues which are constantly searching for professionally trained door supervisors
What is the SIA Top Up Training for Door Supervisors Course?
The SIA Top-Up Training is a refresher course for Door Supervisors, it includes safety-critical content including updated counter-terror training and advice for emergencies and incidents.
Who is the SIA Top Up Training for?
This SIA Refresher Top-Up training is for Door Supervisors who need to renew their licence after 1st October 2021.
Do I Need a First Aid Certificate to Enrol in This Training?
If you are taking Door Supervision or Security Officer training, you will need to show that you hold a current and valid First Aid at Work or Emergency First Aid at Work certificate that meets the requirements of the Health and Safety (First Aid) Regulations 1981. It is an SIA requirement that each learner is sufficiently qualified in First Aid or Emergency First Aid. This certificate must be valid for at least 12 months from the security course start date.
If you don’t have a First Aid course you can book this with us.
Are there any prerequisites for the SIA Top-Up Training for Door Supervisors Course?
Yes, there is mandatory pre-course work to be completed before you attend your training. Full details are provided in your booking confirmation email when you book the course. In particular, you must complete the ACT Awareness and ACT Security e-learning courses and provide certificates for these before you attend your training.
Core Modules for the Qualification:
Unit 1: Principles of Terror Threat Awareness in the Private Security Industry
- Understand terror threats and the role of the security operative in the event of a threat
- Identify the different threat levels
- Recognise the common terror attack methods
- Recognise the actions to take in the event of a terror threat
- Identify the procedures for dealing with suspicious items
- Identify behaviours that could indicate suspicious activity
- Identify how to respond to suspicious behaviour
Unit 2: Principals of Using Equipment for Door Supervisors in the Private Security Sector
- Know how to use equipment relevant to a door supervisor
- Recognise equipment used to manage venue capacity
- Recognise the different types of personal protective equipment relevant to the role of a door supervisor
- State the purpose of using bodyworn cameras (BWC)
- Identify how to communicate effectively using relevant equipment
- Demonstrate effective use of communication devices
- Know what actions to take in relation to global (or critical) incidents
- Know government guidance in relation to global (or critical) incidents
Unit 3: Application of Physical Intervention Skills in the Private Security Industry
- Understand physical interventions and the implications of their use
- Understand the risks associated with using physical intervention
- Understand how to reduce the risks associated with physical intervention
- Be able to use physical skills to protect yourself and others