This course is for learners who currently hold a licence from the Security Industry Authority (SIA) to work as a door supervisor and need to be brought up to date with the new licence-linked qualifications requirements.
The Door Supervisor Top Up is a 3-day course that covers new content on:
Principles of terror threat awareness
Principles of using equipment as a door supervisor
The application of physical intervention skills
What can this course lead to?
This course will lead to employment within the sector as a Door Supervisor.
Course session dates
Monday 04 Mar 2024 to Wednesday 06 Mar 2024
Monday 03 Jun 2024 to Wednesday 05 Jun 2024
Monday 15 Jul 2024 to Wednesday 17 Jul 2024
As part of the course, you will be required to take part in practical assessment for the Physical Intervention which will require you to undertake several physical stretching and exercises before each physical intervention session. Therefore, you must be physically able to move/twist/stretch without causing yourself harm.
It is a requirement that we ask you to sign a declaration to confirm that you can take part in the physical/practical elements of the course.
When does this start and end?
We have 3 different start dates for this course:
4 March 2024 - 6 March 2024
3 June 2024 - 5 June 2024
15 July 2024 - 17 July 2024
What are the entry requirements?
This course is for anyone who is currently working as a Door Supervisor and needs to renew their licence.
Before attending the Door Supervisor Top Up training course, you must have a valid Emergency First Aid qualification. If you do not have a valid First Aid qualification, please let us know so we can book you onto suitable date to complete the qualification.
If you are not eligible, the cost of the course is £50.00. If you choose to stay residentially, and you are not eligible via the residential funding assessment, there will be an additional fee to pay. The vast majority of students are eligible to study and stay residentially for free and we will confirm when you apply.
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