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Door Supervisors course
5 Day SIA Door Supervisors Course £195 (Booked online with Hotcourses)
by Joanna - August 2014

I went on this course already owning a security license and working in the industry for a number of years. On this course I learned a lot more than on the course I did eight years ago (different training company). The tutor shared his experience and knowledge understandable for everyone. He was happy to answer all questions and making sure that everyone understood the topic. Even myself already working in the industry there were a lot of things new to me,like ways of dealing with difficult people, so obvious but usually overlooked. I had to go to work straight after the last day of the course so the same night I could try what I learned when dealing with two fighting women and soem other people, I was very happy with the result and so were they. I will definitely recommend this training company to everyone interested in a course.

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Awarding organisations

  • Security Industry Authority
  • The Security Industry Authority (SIA) is an organisation that sets high standards and offers robust services for the security industry. The Security Industry Authority manages licensing-related security activities taken up by people, and the Approved Contractor Scheme that takes care of assessing suppliers with required criteria. Its licensing is done for the activities of ‘key holding’, ‘vehicle immobilising’, and ‘manned guarding,’ to produce fit and qualified security personals.  SIA strives to promote the career prospects of the industry personnel.

Related careers: Door Supervisor

Door supervisors and door stewards, sometimes called bouncers, judge the suitability of people entering licensed premises and uphold security. They also maintain order and safeguard the well-being of customers on the premises. When working inside a venue they may be referred to as floor supervisors. In large venues they may use queue management techniques to avoid crushing and queue jumping. Body searches may also be carried out and may involve the use of metal detectors to deter the carrying of weapons. Door supervisors patrol inside a venue and ensure that they can be located in the...more