Level 2 Top Up Training Door Supervisor
Why is this change happening?
From 1 April 2021 onwards the SIA will introduce new licence–linked qualifications. These have been introduced to ensure professionals within the private security industry have a stronger skill set required on the role. This includes the ability to manage potential risks and changes caused by new technology.
What new topics will be introduced within licenced-linked qualifications?
- Health and Safety procedures
- Communication skills
- Incident management
- Citizens’ arrest
- Protecting vulnerable people
- Emergency procedures
- Record keeping
What is top-up training?
Top-up training will be additional training to ensure current Door Supervisor and Security Guarding licence holders are on the same level as new entrants in the industry.
What is Emergency First Aid at Work (EFAW)?
Emergency First Aid at Work Training prepares individuals to provide treatment in emergency situations. These situations include when a person injures themselves or falls ill. This training will be mandatory for all Door Supervisors and Security Guards.
Please note: This training requires a reasonable level of physical fitness. It does not exclude people with disabilities but all injuries must be notified in advance of the course. *RDS Training Ltd will not be held liable for any injuries that were not reported prior to or during the course.
Security Officer / Guarding £100 ( Includes 2 exams & 1st Aid ) – 1 DAY COURSE.
27th November 9:00am til 17:00 pm,
The cost of the course includes: Training, registration, certification and lunch.
Top Up for Door Supervisor £250 (Includes 1st Aid L3 & 3 exams) 3 days
13th, 20th ,21st November 9:00am till 17:00 pm
Top Up for Door Supervisor £200 (Without 1st Aid & 3 exams) 2 days
20th ,21st November 9:00am till 17:00 pm
This course consists for 3 Units.
Unit 1 – Principles of Terror Threat Awareness in the Private SecurityIndustry. This unit is completed by online ACT training, and this must be completed before the course
Unit 2 – Principles of Using Equipment as a Door Supervisor. Pre course reading will be sent to you and a workbook which will be completed in during the course. This unit is assessed by a multiple choice examination of 5 questions of which you must achieve a minimum mark of 3.
Unit 3 – Application of Physical intervention in the PrivateSecurity Industry – 13 contact hours. The unit is assessed by a multiple choice exam of 30 questions of which you must achieve a minimum of 24 to pass and this unit also contain a combination of you demonstrating your ability to perform a skill and answering knowledge questions to the teacher.