To work as a Door Supervisor (Pubs, clubs and licensed venues) you would need to complete the Door Supervisor course - this course is currently suspended by the SIA on safety grounds due to C-19 pandemic and Module 4 (Physical Intevention) and is not being delivered by any training provider in the UK.
**Good news - You can complete the level 2 Security Officer Course instead and then upskill to Door Supervisor in the future, when the SIA allow**
With an SIA Security Officer licence you can work as a Security Officer / Security Guard for Shop/Retail Security, Rail Security, Construction site security, Access control, Event and Festival Security (Sports Stadiums, Arenas etc), plus many more.
Our SIA Security Officer course is the best and is still only £140, plus VAT* (£168 total). With this one course you can apply for your Frontline SIA licence to work as a Security Officer / Security Guard for Shop/Retail Security, Rail Security, Construction site security, Access control, Event and Festival Security (Sports Stadiums, Arenas etc), plus many more.
Course numbers are going to be reduced and restricted due to social distancing measures and we think courses will fill quickly – Book your place NOW by clicking here or give us a call on 07904 609653.
Level 2 SIA Security Officer / Security Guard courses - only £140 ex VAT*
Bridgend - Starts on the 27th of July - This course is being held over 3 days, 9am - 5pm at Bridgend Masonic Hall, Coychurch Road, Bridgend, CF31 2AP. 15 minute walk from the train station, plenty of free parking on site.
Cardiff - Starts on the 3rd of August - This course is being held over 3 days, 9am - 5pm at The Cardiff Masonic Hall, 8 Guildford Street, Cardiff, CF10 2HL. The venue is Central Cardiff and is only 10 minute walk from Cardiff Central train/bus station, and next door to Cardiff Queen street train station.
Swansea - Starts on the 10th of August - This course is being held over 3 days, 9am - 5pm at The Swansea Masonic Hall, 152 St Helens Road, Swansea, SA1 4DF. 10 minute walk from the train and bus stations in central Swansea.
Bristol - New dates coming shortly - call for more info - 07904 609653
Narberth **Weekend Course** - New dates coming shortly - call for more info - 07904 609653
Merthyr Tydfil - New dates coming shortly - call for more info - 07904 609653
**Highfield SIA course books are available, for only £15 (including p&p). The course is based on this book and is an optional extra for anyone wanting to do some prior learning, or for reference in the future. If you would like to buy one, please follow the link to book your place and use the relevant options to also purchase a book**
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If you have been made redundant you may qualify for React Funding. To find out more please call careers Wales 01792 765888. Or please call our SFM Training main office 01792 201457 email for more advice on grants, and other funding streams. We accept all government grant funding including ReAct, Job Match, Working Links, Genesis. We are registered with ProcServe
Door Supervisor Security Officer Course Phoenix Centre Swansea July 2012
SIA Door Supervisor - Security Officer course dates below
Door Supervisor Training Syllabus
In order to obtain an SIA licence you will need to show that you are trained to the right level. This applies to front-line staff only.
To get one of the qualifications linked to door supervisor licensing, you will need to attend and take four training modules and pass three exams. In line with the SIA requirements, the DS course is delivered over 32 direct contact hours plus 8 hours guided learning (set homework)
Common Module ( Guided Learning)
Session 1: Awareness of the Law in the Private Security Industry
Session 2: Health and Safety for the Private Security Operative
Session 3: Fire Safety Awareness
Session 4: Emergency Procedures
Session 5: The Private Security Industry
Session 6: Communication Skills and Customer Care
Door Supervisor Module
Session 1: Behavioural Standards
Session 2: Civil and Criminal Law
Session 3: Searching
Session 4: Arrest
Session 5: Drugs Awareness
Session 6: Recording Incidents and Crime Preservation
Session 7: Licensing Law
Session 8: Emergency Procedures
Managing Conflict Module
Session 1: Avoiding Conflict and Reducing Personal Risk
Session 2: Defusing Conflict
Session 3: Resolving and Learning from Conflict
Session 4b: Application of Communication Skills and Conflict Management for Door Supervisors
Physical Intervention Module
Session 1: Introduction to Physical Skills
Session 2: Disengagement Techniques
Session 3: Escorting Techniques
Contact SIA SFM Training - Security Training Wales
What to bring Proofs of ID passport sized photo and a notebook/pencil - as follows
1 passport sized photo
A passport OR Driving License OR Original Birth Certificate.
Plus any 2 of the following
utility bills or bank statements, or tv licence or letter from job centre, or addressed payslip, or paper driving licence, bank statement, P45, phone bill, gas or electric bill letter, mobile phone bill, water bill, council tax bill, letter from Job Centre etc
Plus a notebook and pencil
West Wales/Narbeth- if you are intending to do the Narbeth/West Wales SIA Licence course please book in advance via txt or email or call, to check that we have places available and course is running, and if you know of somene thinking of doing their SIA Licence- book them in as well. There is plenty of work out there - The narbeth course takes place in the Span Arts (aka The old school house) which is situated right next to the public car park in narbeth town centre. parking is all day for £1 ...Awsome! Extra note for Feb course The venue has changed to the scout and guide hut Same car park but instead of going to span arts go the scout hut - its the long single story building right at the back of the public car park. So almost in same place but not quite - happy days
- PS any q's just email or call or text