BTEC Level 2 Award for Working as a Door Supervisor within the Private Security Industry

Course Information:

The course is designed to meet all requirements laid down by the SIA (Security Industry Authority) and enables all candidates that successfully complete and pass the course, to apply for an official SIA Door Supervisor Licence. The Resilience programme is delivered by accredited and experienced training personnel in order to ensure quality and maximise success rates.
The course consists of 4 Units: Unit 1 Working within the Private Security Industry Unit 2 Working as a Door Supervisor within the Private Security Industry Unit 3 Conflict Management within the Private Security Industry Unit 4 Physical Intervention within the Private Security Industry Success is judged by the completion of three multiple-choice written examinations for unit 1-3 of the course and an internal assessment for unit 4 – physical intervention within the private security industry. In order to obtain the Award all units 1-4 MUST be passed.

Important Information:

At the start of the course you must be able to confirm your identity and each day there is a test or assessment. It is ESSENTIAL that you bring the required proofs of ID (see candidate proof of ID sheet). Failure to do so will result in you being unable to attend the course or sit the examination and forfeiture of any deposit.
Physical Intervention The physical intervention unit will be taught last and must be passed in order to successfully complete the qualification. This aspect of the course carries risk however; our trainers who teach physical intervention skills are fully qualified and versed in teaching physical intervention techniques and there will be a qualified first aider present to deal with any first aid issues if they occur.
Due to the nature of the physical intervention unit it is paramount that all learners behave in an appropriate manner and failure to do so may result in injury. If a learner does not behave in an appropriate manner this may jeopardise their opportunity to complete the qualification and their payment will not be refunded.
Learners should wear clothing that is free, loose and comfortable. If you have any concerns about your health or fitness to participate in physical intervention training, please phone the office number provided below to discuss this issue or you may want to contact your doctor and discuss the issue and get reassurance that you may partake in physical intervention training.
All candidates must sign in advance of any training to declare their fitness to participate.
 

Special Circumstances:

If you have any specific medical/ physical conditions or learning difficulties (e.g.: dyslexia) please inform us upon booking so we can ensure your requirements are catered for.
Please note, due to the examination only being offered in English, knowledge of English as a second language does not entitle you to any special consideration. Furthermore, the SIA have stipulated that all learners who undertake this qualification have to have at least a Entry level 3 in English, some of the minimum qualifications accepted can be seen below:
A BI level qualification on the Home Office’s list of recognised English tests and qualifications an ESOL qualification at Entry 3 or higher (e.g. Level 1 or 2) on the Ofqual register taken in England, Wales or Northern Ireland an ESOL qualification at Scottish Qualifications Framework levels 4, 5 or 6 awarded by the Scottish Qualifications Authority (SQA) and taken in Scotland   Functional Skills Entry Level 3 in English SQA Core Skills at Scottish Qualifications Framework Level s 4, 5 or 6. If you have proof of any of the above qualifications or other English Language qualifications such as a GCSE certificate, please bring it to the first day of the course. However, if you cannot prove your level of English then you will be required to undertake a basic BKSB English test at the start of the course.
Your Certificate: If you pass the course we will notify you of your Certificate once it has been received from the awarding body. Please note that this can take up to 14 working days to arrive, from the date of your LAST examination.   Obtaining an SIA Licence: You can apply for this via an online process at www.sia.homeoffice.gov.uk, (if you would like assistance with this, please speak to your course trainer).