Upskilling Door Supervisors (Physical Intervention Top Up)
It is a requirement that existing door supervisors who had achieved the pre-QCF Door Supervision qualification
(for example the National Certificate for Door Supervision) to undertake additional training in order to renew
their SIA licence.
|You may already have a Door Supervisor qualification and have been asked to complete the Physical Intervention training that was previously not part of the Door Supervisor course you took part in.This course will help you gain the relevant qualification and apply for your SIA Licence successfully.|
What does our Upskilling Door Supervisors training involve
what can you expect when attending the course?
|This course is a Level 2 award for Upskilling Door Supervisors and is a fully accredited SIA qualification.The course duration is 2 days and within this time frame you will complete your training provided by highly qualified tutors who have years of valuable experience within the Security Industry. This course is taught in a friendly but professional classroom environment.
The Upskilling Door Supervisors course consists of TWO main units which are:
Unit 1: Physical Intervention Skills for the Private Security Industry
Assessment: Unit 1: This unit is assessed in two parts. Part one is a written and practical test and part two is a written test. Unit 2 is assessed by a 15-question multiple-choice examination.
Contact Hours: 12.5
Once you complete the exams they are then assessed by the Examining Body. Linx Security Training will notify you of your results within 3-8 working days from the completion of the course. Once you have completed the course successfully you will then receive your Certificate awarded by the examining body. You will then be able to renew your SIA Licence to legally work as a Door Supervisor or Security Officer.
Physical Intervention – Top up your Door Supervisor Qualification
|The Security Industry Authority (SIA) have made it compulsory for all Door Supervisor students to complete Physical Intervention training.
Physical Intervention is part of the Door Supervisor training course as standard. It is mandatory to complete the Physical Intervention unit to successfully qualify as a Door Supervisor. The Unit in Physical Intervention covers techniques needed to deal with difficult situations within the working environment without causing any physical harm to themselves or the public. You will be taught non-violent physical techniques involving common scenarios that a Door Supervisor may expect whilst working within the Security Industry.
As much as Physical Intervention will sound daunting to many people at first, this part of the course has been found to be the most enjoyable by most of our students. You will learn techniques to deal with situations in the safest of manner.
Our Physical Intervention training takes place in a safe and enjoyable environment to allow you to get the best learning experience and gain invaluable experience.
Understanding the course process from start to finish
Why choose Linx Security Training as your number 1
choice for helping you complete your training?
Linx Security Training provide a professional and helpful service from the moment you book your course
until the moment you receive your SIA Licence to begin work in the security industry.
All of our courses comply with all regulations set by the awarding body and the Security Industry Authority.
It is important that the training you receive covers the contact hours and material regulated by the awarding body and the Security Industry Authority. Failure to cover the hours and the correct material can result in losing your qualification and your SIA Licence being suspended. Linx Security Training strictly follow all set criteria and maintain the highest standard of training for all students.
Corporate businesses and funded organisations
If you are a business or a funded organisation looking to get your staff or customers trained, we can provide
We can provide training to your schedule and for groups of all sizes.
Linx Security Training have provided training for various organisations. We can accommodate for large groups of people and provide additional benefits.
For Colleges, Councils and Funded Organisations within the UK…
If you are a funded organisation wishing to send your customers on a Training Course, look no further than us. We can provide a suitable training package within your budget of funding provided. Call us for information and to book.
Our Qualified Trainers.
Our Trainers are fully qualified in all relevant security and teaching qualifications, with years of security industry
work experience, you will not find a better trainer to prepare you for a great career in security than ours.
|Adrian is a former British Soldier trained by the School of Infantry. He is well trained in weapons handling, advanced driving, escape and evasion and more.Additionally he has nearly 15 years of Security Industry experience working as a CCTV Operative, Security Officer, Door Supervisor and Chauffeur Driver for high profile clients.He also currently works as a Close Protection Officer on high profile jobs in the UK and abroad.
Adrian has organised security details for American Senators, Royalty, Senior Politicians to Celebrities. His list of qualifications are endless.
He will definitely fully prepare you and his training techniques are of the highest standard.
|Stephen has 9 years of Military Police experience with training from Royal Air Force Police. He is Pistoland Rifle, Air Transport Security, Patrol Dogs trained and more.He has experience working as a Head Doorman for many high profile bars and nightclubs. He also has experience working as a Close Protection Officer in the Middle East and Africa.
Stephen’s hobbies include mix martial arts which includes Brazilian Jiu Jitsu, Kick Boxing, Krav Maga and enters many fighting competitions. Don’t be surprised to see Stephen in action on Sky Sports at times.
You will enjoy his training classes and his students have one of the highest success rates at Linx Security Training.
Frequently Asked Questions.
|Who is the Upskilling Door Supervisors course aimed at and is this course right for me?
The Upskilling Door Supervisors course is aimed at any individual who wishes to work as a Door Supervisor and has not completed the Physical Intervention Unit when doing the Door Supervisor course previously. This will only apply to people who obtained the qualification prior to 2010.
What qualification will I gain by completing the Upskilling Door Supervisors course?
Are your courses accredited by relevant awarding bodies and the SIA?
How can I book the course?
How do I pay for the course I want to book?
Can I pay on the day?
What do I need to bring when attending the course?
Passport or Full UK Driver’s Licence (original copies)
For full list of identification requirements please click on our SIA Licence Process page situated below the top menu bar where you will find a detailed list of required documents.
Do you charge for exam re-sits?
When can I expect to receive my exam results and certificate?
Do I need my certificate to apply for my SIA Licence?
Is there an additional cost for getting my SIA Licence?
Why are your courses more expensive than some other Training Providers?