Door Supervisor Course
Level 2 National Certificate for Door Supervisors QCF (2015)
Four Days and pre course study for Working in the Private Security Industry and MAYBO P.I.
October 19th 20th & 26th,27th |Bethesda, Bangor, LL57 3AF
November tbc |Bethesda, Bangor, LL57 3AF
(course is four days you must attend all four days between 09:00 and 17:00)
Corvus Training Centre, 21c High Street, Bethesda, Bangor, LL57 3AF
Bangor University Management Centre
|SPECIAL OFFER REDUCED FROM £280|
|Pay in advance "Reccomended" Special Price (Including Maybo and Highfield course books)||£240 (inc vat)|
|Course Cost – (Including Maybo and Highfield course books)||£280 (inc vat)|
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Training to become a door supervisor takes place over a pre read and excercises at home and 4 days at our training location. At the end of the course, once you have had the results (which can take up to two weeks) you will be able to apply for an SIA Licence in Door Supervision.
The cost of a course with Corvus Security Ltd is outlined above and payable to Corvus Security Ltd.
Corvus Security Ltd, holds regular courses for individuals in the North Wales area at a choice of regional training venues.
We are also available to train Door Supervision anywhere in the UK, for courses of 10-12. Please contact us now with your requirements.
- The SIA presently charges £220 for a Licence which lasts three years. This is paid to the SIA when you apply for the license. More information on the SIA Licence process available on their website http://www.the-sia.org.uk/
Detailed Information on the Course
The Level 2 National Certificate in Door Supervision
During your course you will cover four main sections:
Subjects covered include:
Unit 1 (Home Study, you receive a book in advance of the course – Exam taken on the couse)
- The Private Security Industry
- Comunication Skills and Customer Care
- The Law
- Health and Safety
- Fire Safety
- Emergency Procedures
Unit 2 (Taught on the course)
- Behavioural Standards
- Civil and Criminal Laws
- Drugs Awareness
- Recording Incidents and Crime Scene Preservation
- Licensing Law
- Emergency Procedures
Unit 3 (Taught on the course)
- Avoiding conflict and Reducing Personal Risk
- Defusing conflict
- Resolving and Learning from Conflict
- Applying Communication Skills and Conflict Management
Unit 4 (Taught on the course)
Topics covered include:
- Positive alternatives to physical intervention
- Definitions and legal and professional implications
- Reducing the risk of harm
- Good practice following physical interventions
- Protecting self and others from assault
- Maybo’s SAFERpi principles and toolbox
- Reducing the risk of assault
You will take a multiple choice test on each section.
When you have passed the course and received your certificates, you can apply to the SIA (£220) if successful in your application, you will be issued with a door supervisor license, which must be renewed every three years.