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Door Supervision Course
The SIA has developed a competency (skills) requirement. The aim of this is to create a more competent and professional workforce, which will in turn improve the public image of the private security industry and help make the sector more attractive to potential employees.
SSG deliver a number of security courses on a variety of different topics. These are:
- Level 2 Award in CCTV Operations
- Level 2 Award in Door Supervision
- Level 2 Award in Security Guarding
- Level 3 Certificate in Close Protection
Level 2 Award in Door Supervision
This award provides the necessary skills and knowledge for learners who wish to apply for an SIA licence and work as a Door Supervisor within the private security industry and consists of 4 units.
LOOK NO FURTHERSSG is the security training partner of some of the biggest names in the UK's private security and surveillance industry. We deliver SIA training to and on behalf of a range of other instantly recognisable security organisations. We are the only SIA security-training provider to have divisions dedicated to providing permanent, temporary and contract security licensed jobs.
Under the Private Security Act of 2001 all individuals wishing to work in the private security industry must hold a recognised qualification before applying for a licence. Individuals working in the private security industry must undergo a structured training programme, resulting in one of the recognised security qualifications. Applicants who do not hold a qualification endorsed by the Security Industry Authority (SIA) may have their licence application refused.