Up skilling award for Door supervisor

All Time Security offer Level 2 Award for Upskilling Door Supervisors (QCF)
Why choose All Time Security for your training?
We offer this two days training course for only £120 one of the cheapest in the UK.

Special offer Up skilling Award for Door Supervisor online Booking in advance only £120 per delegate!

Apart from the positive reviews and feedback our trainers receive from colleagues and past students, their teaching methodology is quite simple.

Our trainers have been in your position they know and understand exactly how you feel and understandingly bring this into there teaching covering all the different learning styles. Their approach and understanding towards all students and training is not just to teach you to pass a course but to inform and pass on the knowledge they have gained so you can stay professional and ultimately stay safe. Our trainers still work operationally in their fields of expertise and training. 

Be it you’re a stand alone door supervisor or a security company we can accommodate you at our new offices and training centre which is based in High Wycombe very close to the Train station. Or we can train at your establishment in the UK or abroad.

Why do I need this qualification?

The SIA now states that 

Only door supervisors with older pre-June 2010 qualifications will need to take the new award, as the content is included in the newer post-June 2010 qualification. Since June 2010, a stand-alone physical intervention unit has been available for door supervisors with the older qualifications if they wished to undertake this element. Any door supervisor with the older qualification that have already undertaken the additional physical intervention training will not need to repeat this, but will need to complete the self-study workbook and have it signed by a tutor. our 2 days course includes the recent changes brought in by the SIA as of 1st january 2015 with more in depth learner outcomes.

Any individual who currently holds a door supervisor licence but does not carry out licensable activities in this sector can, after 4 February 2013, on renewal of their licence obtain instead a security guarding licence and will not have to take the additional training. This can be done by an individual stating on the renewal form that they are applying for a Security Guarding licence.

The course content includes the following:

Safety awareness for Door Supervisors within the Private Security Industry

3 hours Guided learning of which 0.5 must be contact time)

-Understanding counter terrorism issues relevant to door supervisors

-Knowing the role of the door supervisor when first aid situations occur in licensed premises

-Knowing legalisation and requirements regarding children and young people relevant to door supervisors

-Understanding how a door supervisor can help to keep vulnerable people safe

-Understanding queue management and venue capacity responsibilities relevant to a door supervisor

Physical intervention skills within the Private Security Industry

(15 hours Guided learning of which 12 must be contact time)

-Understanding physical interventions and the implications of their use

-Understanding how to reduce the risk of harm when physical intervention skills are used

-Being able to use non-aggressive physical skills to protect yourself and others

-Being able to use non-pain related standing, holding and escorting techniques, including non-restrictive and restrictive skills

-Understanding good practice to follow after physical interventions


High Wycombe | £120 (including all fees!)
  • New dates will be coming soon, for more information please contact on 01494511222.
  • Course will start at 08:50 and finish at 17:00.

    It will be held at: 11 Duke Street High Wycombe HP13 6EE.

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