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This course can no longer be booked.
  • Ended
  • 300 British pounds
  • KSS Head Office


We are pleased to be able to offer the SIA Door Supervision Course in Bolton. The course is delivered as per the national teaching standards over the course of a week, starting with the L3 Award in Emergency First Aid at Work, within the new SIA Licence Qualification framework the EFAW course or equivalent must be completed, before moving on to the remaining elements of the course. We teach the BIIAB Level 2 Award for Working as a Door Supervisor within the Private Security Industry, a nationally recognised qualification endorsed by the SIA and regulated by Ofqual. Successful completion of this course enables a Door Supervisor to meet one of the requirements to apply for their license. Our SIA Course is aimed at anyone wanting to work as a Security Guard or Door Supervisor in the UK. Under the Private Security Industry Act 2001, all door supervisors must hold a license to practice issued by the Security Industry Authority (SIA). The course covers all aspects of the security industry including, Customer Service, The SIA and Licensing, Health and Safety, First Aid, Searching Procedures, The Law, Drugs, Reporting Procedures, Strategies to deal with conflict, Counter Terrorism Awareness, Strategies to escape an attacker, Strategies to escort a customer from the premises. This exciting course will equip you with the skills needed to pursue a successful career in the Private Security Industry. Breakdown of daily learnings: Day one of the SIA Course in Lancaster includes a FREE EFAW qualification, typically valued at £99. This course covers the basics of first aid provision and will enable you to deliver first aid safely, both in and outside of work. Students will learn the roles and responsibilities of a first aider; how to deal with an unresponsive casualty, manage external bleeding, assess first aid incidents, and much more. This is a separate qualification to the BIIAB Level 2 Award in Door Supervision and you will receive a separate RQF Certificate. Day 2 – Working in the Private Security Industry On day two of your course forms an overview of what it means to work in the private security industry in the UK. Candidates learn about fire safety and emergency procedures and how best to enact them and health and safety as a security operative. You will also be taught communications best practices, and using radios. This is in addition to content covering the safeguarding of vulnerable people and counter-terrorism awareness, explicit

Contact Details

  • Silverwell St, Bolton BL1 1PP, UK

    020 4542 7560

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