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BTEC Level 2 Award in Working as a Door Supervision within the PSI (QCF)
Course Fee: £190.00 inclusive
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Location
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14/15 & 21/22 July 2018
Cinderford
GL14

27 August 2018
Cinderford
GL14

17 September 2018

Cinderford
GL14

15 October 2018
Gloucester
GL14

What will I learn on the Door Supervisors course?
 
The course is separated into four Modules:

Module 1: Working in the Private Security Industry

The Private Security Industry

Relevant Legislation

Health and safety in the workplace

The principles of fire safety

Non-fire-related workplace emergencies

The principles of effective communication and customer care in the private security industry

Module 2: Conflict Management for the Private Security Industry 

The principles of conflict management

All you need to know about risk

Communication and the de-escalation of conflict

Problem solving strategies

After the conflict is over

Module 3: Working as a Door Supervisor

Door supervisors and the law

Access control and searching

Arrest

Drugs

Incident recording and crime scene preservation

Licensing law and social responsibility

Safety and security

Module 4: Physical Intervention

Health and safety

The legal implications on use of force

Medical implications in use of force

Post incident reporting

Recording incidents

Disengagement

Escorting

Holding

How is the Door Supervisor course assessed?
The Level 2 Award in Door Supervision is assessed by three straightforward multiple choice exams.

Level 2 Award in CCTV (QCF)
Course fee: £200.00 fully inclusive
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TBC
Gloucester

TBC
Gloucester

TBC
Gloucester

TBC
Gloucester

This qualification is achieved by attending a three day course and passing two multiple choice exams together with a practical assessment.

Course contents The course is separated into three Units: 

Unit 1 – Working in the Private Security Industry 

1.       The purpose and main features of the private security industry
2.       The legislation that is relevant to people working in the private security industry
3.       Relevant aspects of health and safety in the workplace
4.       Application of fire safety principles
5.       Dealing with non-fire-related workplace emergencies
6.       The principles of effective communication and customer care in the private security industry 

Unit 2 – Working as a CCTV Operator 

1.       CCTV Codes of Practice, Operational Procedures and Guidelines
2.       Relevant Legislation and how it impacts on CCTV operations
3.       Roles and responsibilities of the CCTV Operator and other CCTV staff
4.       The characteristics of a CCTV system
5.       How to make effective use of CCTV equipment
6.       Emergency procedures in the CCTV control room 

Unit 3 - Practical Operation of CCTV equipment

Level 2 Award in Security Guarding (QCF)
Course Fee: £150.00 Inclusive
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Date
Location
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TBC
Gloucester

TBC
Gloucester

TBC
Gloucester

Course contents 
The course is separated into three Modules:

Module 1: Working in the Private Security Industry
 

The Private Security Industry
Relevant Legislation
Health and safety in the workplace
The principles of fire safety
Non-fire-related workplace emergencies
The principles of effective communication and customer care in the private security industry
 

Module 2: Working as a Security Guard
 

The role of a Security Officer within the Private Industry
Patrolling
Access and Egress Control
Searching people and their property
Monitoring Systems
The Law
The importance of reporting and record keeping
 

Module 3: Conflict Management for the Private Security Industry 
 

The principles of conflict management
All you need to know about risk
Communication and the de-escalation of conflict
Problem solving strategies
After the conflict is over