SIA Door Supervisor Training

SIA Door Supervisor Training **

Our SIA DOOR SUPERVISOR course is the best and is only £245 plus VAT* (£295 total). 6 day course.  With this one course you can apply for your Frontline SIA Door Supervisor licence to work in Pubs, Club and licenced venue security, Security Guarding, Static Guarding, Shop/Retail Security, Rail Security, Construction site security, Access control, Event and Festival Security (Sports Stadiums, Arenas etc), plus many more. This is the best course to do as it covers you for most roles.


BOOKING: You can book and reserve your place, using the ‘click here to book’ button. You can also turn up and pay on the day, but this provided that places are still available.

NEWS - We are now offering the SIA Top Up / Refresher Training. 1 day Emergency First Aid at Work and 2 Day SIA Refresher. Please call for details.

**CARDIFF SIA Door Supervisor **

Next Course starts: 22nd – 24th & 28th – 30th June 

(limited spaces) 

 

Next dates:  10th – 12th & 15th – 17th August 

                         28th – 30th Sept & 3rd – 5th October 

Times: 0900 – 1800

Address: The Cardiff Masonic Hall, 8 Guilford Street, Cardiff, CF10 2HL

 

Notes: This is a 6 day course. The venue is Central Cardiff and is only 10 minute walk from Cardiff Central train/bus station, and next door to Cardiff Queen street train station.

 *Remember your EFAW – book with us !!*

 

**BRIDGEND SIA Door Supervisor ** 

 Next Course starts: 18th, 20th, 23rd, 24th, 26th, 27th May 

Next dates:  To be confirmed 

Times: 0900 – 1800

Address: Bridgend Masonic Hall, Coychurch Road, CF31 2AP.   Free parking 

 

 Notes: This is a 6 day course, excluding weekends. 15 minute walk from the train station and plenty of free parking on site

*Remember your EFAW – book with us 18th March !!*

**SWANSEA SIA Door Supervisor ** 

Next Course starts:   11th – 13th & 16th – 18th May 

(limited spaces) 

 

Next dates:   6th – 8th & 11th – 13th July 

                          24th – 26th & 30th Aug – 1st September 

 

Times: 0900 – 1800

Address: The Phoenix Centre, Powys Avenue, Swansea, SA1 6PH

 

 Notes: This is a 6 day course. The venue is a 10 minute walk from the train and bus stations in central Swansea, with free parking on site.

*Remember your EFAW – book with us  *

 

**NARBERTH SIA Door Supervisor  – Weekend Course** 

Next Course starts: 28th, 29th May, 4th, 5th, 11th, 12th June  

Times: 0900 – 1800

 

Address: Narberth Scout Hall, Moorfield Road, Narberth, SA67 7AG

 Notes: This is a 6 day course, held over 3 consecutive weekends. There is paid parking available in the town centre.

*Remember Your EFAW – book with us 27th May !!*

**SWANSEA SIA Security Officer Top Up Training **

5th July  First Aid £79* inc Vat 

6th July  £120 * inc Vat 

Address: The Phoenix Centre, Swansea SA1 6PH 



**You must have a valid First Aid Certificate before you attend a Door Supervisor course. We run a First Aid course before each Door Supervisor Course at a discounted rate of £79 – click on the First Aid section for more info**

Please remember to bring a facemask and your own pen, pencil and note book.

**Highfield SIA course books are available, for only £15 (including p&p). The course is based on this book and is an optional extra for anyone wanting to do some prior learning, or for reference in the future. If you would like to buy one, please follow the link to book your place and use the relevant options to also purchase a book**

Extra Help: We also provide additional support and reasonable adjustments for those who are anxious or have been out of the classroom for some time, or may have learning difficulties. We also provide reasonable adjustments for disabled students or students with a learning disability

Proofs of ID

Don’t forget to bring 1 passport sized photo
and 3 proofs of ID – which can be either a passport or driving license or original birth certificate PLUS 2 x utility bill, or a bank statement, or a phone bill or letter from job centre or home office or similar.
You also need a small notebook and pencil/rubber.

SIA Courses in Wales £245 plus VAT (£295 Inc VAT)* –

SIA Courses, contact Tiff 

Call:- 07526 739152

Email:-  Tiff@sfmtraining.co.uk 

Landline:- 01792 201457
* Web site bookings and Special offers are subject to availability and usually limited to first 12 places allocated on first come first served BOOK NOW Call or text

ReAct Grant Funding and invoice paperwork to: SFM Training, 45 St Tathans Place, Caerwent, NP26 5AL

If you have been made redundant you may qualify for React Funding. To find out more please call careers Wales 01792 765888. Or please call our SFM Training main office 01792 201457 email for more advice on grants, and other funding streams. We accept all government grant funding including ReAct, Job Match, Working Links, Genesis. We are registered with ProcServe.

Door Supervisor Training Syllabus

In order to obtain an SIA licence you will need to show that you are trained to the right level. This applies to front-line staff only.
To get one of the qualifications linked to door supervisor licensing, you will need to attend and take four training modules and pass 4multiple choice exams. In line with the SIA requirements, the DS course is delivered over 6 days direct contact days plus 9 hours guided learning (set homework).

Module 1 ( Guided Learning)

Principles of Working in the Private Security Industry 

-The main characteristics of the private Security Industry 

– Awareness of the Law   – Arrest Procedures 

-Importance of Safe working practices – Fire Procedures 

-Emergencies and emergency procedures 

-How to communicate effectively  – Record Keeping 

– Terror Threats – Keeping People Safe 

– Post incident management 

Module 2

Principles of Working as a Door Supervisor in the Private Security Industry

– Crimes relevant to door supervision  – conducting effective searches 

– drug misuse legislation  – preservation of evidence 

-Licensing laws  – Queue management and venue capacity 

– Using equipment relevant to a Door Supervisor 

Module 3

Application of Conflict Management 

-Principles of Conflict Management – Recognising, assessing and reducing risk   – Problem solving techniques – communication to de-escalate conflict 

Module 4

Physical Intervention 

– Introduction to Physical Skills

–  Disengagement Techniques

–  Escorting Techniques