Level 2 Award in Door Supervision

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Dates

Monday 23/08/21 – Sunday 29/08/21

Monday 06/09/21 – Sunday 12/09/21

Monday 20/09/21 – Sunday 26/09/21

Monday 04/10/21 – Sunday 10/10/21

Monday 18/10/21 – Sunday 24/10/21

Monday 01/11/21 – Sunday 7/11/21

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Level 2 Award in Door Supervision

Length of the course 7 days

Cost: £250

Guided Learning Hours: 52 Hours

Learners should, as a minimum, have language skills in reading, writing, speaking, and listening equivalent to the following.
• A B2 Level qualification on the Home Office’s list of recognised English tests and qualifications.
• A B2 Common European Framework of Reference for Languages (CEFR).
• An ESOL qualification at (Level 1) on the Ofqual register taken in England, Wales or Northern Ireland.
• An ESOL qualification at Scottish Credit and Qualifications Framework Level 5 awarded by the Scottish Qualifications Authority (SQA) and taken in Scotland.
• Functional Skills Level 1 in English.
• SQA Core Skills in Communication at Scottish Credit and Qualifications Framework Level 5.
• Essential Skills Wales Communication Level 1.
• Level 1 in Essential Skills – Communication Northern Ireland Training centres must ensure that all learners have sufficient reading, writing, speaking and listening language skills before putting the learners forward for training and assessment. All English/Welsh language assessments used by training centres must be agreed with their awarding organisation (AO) as part of their security approval

Under the Private Security Industry Authority Act 2001, all individuals wishing to work

in the private security industry must undertake a recognised qualification before

applying for a licence.

The Level 2 Award in Door Supervision has been developed to meet the

requirements of the Security Industry Authority (SIA). It is based on the relevant SIA

Specifications for Learning and Qualifications and provides the necessary skills and

knowledge for learners who wish to apply for an SIA licence and work as a Door Supervisor within the private security industry.

The qualification is comprised of 4 mandatory units:

Module 1 – Working in the Private Security Industry

Module 2 – Working as a Door Supervisor

Module 3 – Conflict Management for the Private Security Industry

Module 4 – Physical Intervention Skills for the Private Security Industry

This qualification can enable the learner to progress into employment within the sector also further learning in other areas of the private security industry, such as CCTV Operations or Security Guarding and close protection operative.

Entry Requirement:

Must have right to work in the UK

Language pre-requisite
It is the centre’s responsibility to ensure that each learner is sufficiently competent in the use of the English and/or the Welsh language. All assessments must be conducted in the medium of English and/or Welsh, as appropriate. Centres must ensure that learners have sufficient reading, writing, speaking, and listening language skills before putting the learners forward for assessment.

Evidence must be retained by centres for all learners and made available for external quality review purposes.

As a guide, learners should, as a minimum, have language skills equivalent to the following:

• a B1 level qualification on the Home Office’s list of recognised English tests and qualifications

• an ESOL qualification at (Level 1) on the Ofqual register taken in England, Wales, or Northern Ireland

• an ESOL qualification at Scottish Credit and Qualifications Framework level 5 awarded by the Scottish Qualifications Authority (SQA) and taken in Scotland

• Functional Skills Level 1 in English

• SQA Core Skills in Communication at Scottish Credit and Qualifications Framework level 5

• Essential Skills Wales Communication Level 1 First-aid requirements When applying for a close protection licence, learners will be required to produce evidence that they have attained a recognised first-aid award (this is not a qualification requirement). Learners should present their valid first-aid certificate to their training provider before starting training.