The SIA Security Guard Training Course runs over 5 days and is divided into 3 units:
- Unit 1: Working in the Private Security Industry
- Unit 2: Working as a Security Officer
- Unit 3: Conflict Management for the Private Security Industry
It also includes Level 3 Emergency First Aid Certificate which is now a mandatory requirement in order to apply for an SIA Licence.
On the final day of the course there will be three multiple choice exams and a practical assessment. Our pass rates are some of the highest in the business thanks to the highly experienced tutors and the quality of the training provided.
The difference between Security Guarding and Door Supervision
It is important to understand the difference between a the Security Officer and the Door Supervisor training course. Security Guards cannot work as Door Supervisors. However, Door Supervisors can work as Security Guards.
The first 3 units of both these qualifications are the same but on the Door Supervisors course you will learn an additional unit (Physical Intervention). This additional unit allows them to work in more roles whilst also enabling them for Security Guarding roles.
We strongly recommend to all who are considering the Security Officer training course that they consider the Level 2 Award for Working as a Door Supervisor within the Private Security Industry course instead. Qualified Door Supervisors can legally work in all the same roles as Security Guards. In addition, they can also work in licensed premises such as bars, clubs, events and festivals, which Security Officers may not be able to work in if alcohol is being served. A Door Supervisor qualification will enable candidates to perform a far wider variety of roles and will greatly increase their chances of finding employment.
Course Location: Middlesbrough Training Centre