This nationally recognised qualification is the industry standard and enable a person to apply for a licence to practice to meet the SIA standard from 01/01/2015.
The BIIAB Award in door supervision is recognised qualification by the SIA and consists of four units:
Unit 1 Working within the Private Security Industry
- Know the main characteristics of the Private Security Industry
- Understand legislation as it applies to the individual in carrying out a licensable activity
- Understand the importance of safe working practices to comply with legal requirements
- Understand emergencies and the importance of emergency procedures
- Understand the importance of communication skills and customer care
Unit 2 Working as Door Supervisor within the Private Security Industry
- Understand the role and objectives of a door supervisor
- Understand civil and criminal law relevant to a door supervisor
- Understand searching relevant to a door supervisor
- Understand powers of arrest relevant to a door supervisor
- Understand drug-misuse issues and procedures relevant to the role of a door supervisor
- Understand incident recording and crime scene preservation relevant to the role of a door supervisor
- Understand licensing law and social responsibility relevant to the role of a door supervisor
- Understand emergency procedures which should be followed by a door supervisor
- Understand how a door supervisor can help to keep vulnerable people safe
Unit 3 Conflict Management within the Private Security Industry
- Understand the principles of conflict management appropriate to their role
- Understand how to recognise, assess and reduce risk in conflict situations
- Understand how to communicate in emotive situations to de-escalate conflict
- Understand how to develop and use problem solving strategies for resolving conflict
- Understand good practice to follow after conflict situations
Unit 4 Physical Intervention Skills within the Private Security Industry
- Understand physical interventions and the implications of their use
- Understand how to reduce the risk of harm when physical intervention skills are used
- Be able to use non-aggressive physical skills to protect yourself and others
- Be able to use non-pain related standing, holding and escorting techniques ,including non-restrictive and restrictive skills.
- Understand good practice to follow after physical interventions.
How long is the training course?
The course will take 4 days, including the three examinations, 30 hours minimum contact time (38 guided learning hours). Includes all exams, and certificates for the four days training.
What is the test like?
Unit 1 - 25-question multiple-choice examination paper
Unit 2 - 40-question multiple-choice examination paper
Unit 3 - 25-question multiple-choice examination paper.
Unit 4 - On going practical assessment throughout the course by the tutor and a 10 true or false questions marked by the course tutor.
When do I get my results?
Normal practise with us is that we tell you within 4 days if you have passed and give you your code. This enables you to send for your SIA license straight away.
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NEXT COURSE 19th,20th,21st,and 22nd of May in Selby
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