Door Supervisor Level 2 Starts - 6th March 2017 in Swindon
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Open / Public Door Supervisor Level 2 training course
Please find below further information about the open Door Supervisor Level 2 course which is scheduled to take place in Swindon, starting on the 6th March 2017. Scroll down for directions and to view a map of the Swindon venue, which is situated in the greater Swindon area.
By completing our enquiry form you will receive an email with all the information required to join this Door Supervisor Level 2 course; this includes all the course information, course description, joining instructions, a proforma invoice for your convenience and directions to the Swindon venue. Certain courses may also be booked and paid for online. Do note that in making an enquiry you are under no obligation to join this course. We are proud to offer all clients a Lowest Price Guarantee.
6th March 2017 - 5 days
1 delegate places remaining. You may book or enquire about any number of persons up to this amount.
The door supervisor course is split into four sections. The first of these sections looks into the security industry as a whole which includes a wide variety of subjects but is not limited to; Introduction to SIA and security, Communication, Emergency Procedures, Fire Procedures, Health and Safety and the law. This section has a 25 question multiple choice exam at the start of the second day.
The Second component of the course is specifically related to the Door Supervisor covering; Behavioural Standards, Admission policies & Search Procedures, Drug Awareness, The law in more depth, Arrest procedures, incident reporting and safety & Security. This section has a 40 question multiple choice exam on the third day.
The third component of this award is Conflict Management. The course content includes the law relating to violence at work, risk assessment, risk reduction, dynamic risk assessment, responses to threat, the basics of communication, non-verbal communication, defusing high risk conflict and support and learning from conflict. This section also has a 25 question multiple choice exam, which must be successfully completed.
The fourth component of this is a Physical Intervention Course. This course compliments the Conflict Management course by going more in depth as well as teaching candidates how to use different types of disengagement techniques as well as escorting/eviction methods.
Delegate will need to provide: 2 forms of identification, 2 passport photos, completed registration forms.