Door Supervisors Training In Plymouth
The BTEC Level 2 Award for Door Supervisors in the Private Security Industry is for learners who are intending to work as Door Supervisors.
This nationally recognised qualification will allow you to work in the following sectors:
- Late night entertainment industry
- Events and festivals
- Site security
Currently we run this course from our private training rooms based in Plymouth, Devon, with the course currently run at 7 days (which includes a first aid qualification).
The BTEC Level 2 Award for Door Supervisors in the Private Security Industry is suitable for learners to:
- Develop knowledge related to the private security industry (PSI), including the purpose of the industry, the functions of the regulator, governing legislation and the acceptable work practices, procedures and standard.
- Learn a comprehensive dynamic risk assessment system.
- Develop skills in conflict management and abilities in managing and resolving conflict in the context of the role of a Door Supervisor.
- Learn how to control and drip-feed adrenaline.
- Develop situational awareness skills.
- Learn about the role, duties and responsibilities of a Door Supervisor. This covers areas such as searching procedures, physical protection systems, physical intervention skills, reporting and record-keeping, as well as legislation relevant to a Door Supervisor.
- Achieve a licence to practise.
- Develop own personal growth and engagement in learning.
|Guided learning hours
|Emergency first aid at work with additional FALP modules
|Principles of working in the private security industry
|Principles of working as a Door Supervisor in the private security industry
|Application of conflict management in the private security industry
|Application of physical intervention skills in the private security industry
Emergency First Aid at Work with a free upgrade to FALP level 3
Crown’s first aid course has been designed for frontline operational security officers and police officers whose primary role is dealing with the public.
The First Aid Learning Programme (FALP) was originally designed for frontline police officers, custody sergeants, detention officers and support personnel responsible for the care of detainees
Our trainers focus on the principles of basic first aid procedures and basic life support. Our programme addresses a range of medical incidents that security and police officers may be expected to deal with in an operational capacity and has been approved by the National Police Chiefs Council (NPCC) lead for first aid.
Crown’s FALP 3 course exceeds the standards of the HSE’s Emergency First Aid at work, covering the below topics:
- Managing an unresponsive casualty
- CPR – Using an AED on both adults and children
- Combining AED use with CPR
- Haemorrhage control
- Incident management
- Level 2 in CCTV
- Level 3 in Close Protection
- Level 3 in Security Management
This course is split dates:
Course (July 2022)
11 – 15 and 18 – 19 Jul
Course (August 2022)
15 – 19 and 22 – 23 Aug
Course (October 2022)
17 – 21 and 24 – 25 Oct
Course (November 2022)
7 – 11 and 14 – 15 Nov
Guaranteed interview upon successfully completing the course.
TRAINING ENQUIRY FORM
If you would like more information about this course, please complete this form and we will get back with you to discuss it with you.
HOW MUCH DOES IT COST TO GET QUALIFIED?
The cost of this course is still £350.00