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As an Event Steward, your duties require that you are responsible for the safety and welfare of those that you are working with! Being able to safely manage and understand crowds, and people in your care is one of the most important elements or your role and duties. The NVQ Level 2 Certificate in Spectator Safety will provide you the vital information and knowledge you will need to carry out your duties safely and effectively.
Our NVQ Level 2 Award in Spectator Safety Course Training Course lasts for just 3 days. Once you have completed the classroom section you will also be assessed twice in workplace assessments.
This accredited qualification is ideal for anyone who wishes to learn how to become a safety steward at events such as sports, music festivals, concerts, parades or carnivals. This qualification provides the knowledge of how to prepare for events, control entry and exit of customers, identify and deal with crowd problems and respond to emergencies. Subjects covered include preparation for spectator events, control of spectators at events, assessment of crowds and responses to potential crowd problems at spectator events and response to injuries, illnesses and other emergencies.
This course is appropriate to new entrants to the industry; people transferring from other security functions, as well as those, whose job includes some elements of Closed Circuit Television (Public Space Surveillance), and existing security staff requiring a qualification in order to apply for an SIA licence.
The need for quality training of Closed Circuit Television (Public Space Surveillance) Operatives has long been recognised. This three-day course is designed to assist companies in the provision of basic job training that meets the SIA requirements for licensing. Delegates will gain an in-depth understanding of the current legislation pertinent to their work and invaluable knowledge relating to the purpose and principles of CCTV surveillance systems.
The SIA recognised Level 3 Public Space Surveillance qualification will enable you to apply to the SIA for a CCTV (Public Space Surveillance) Licence, and by obtaining this SIA licence you will increase your employment opportunities.
If you already have some form of UK qualification in CCTV operation it may mean that you are exempt from all or part of the SIA approved training.
To work as a SIA Close Protection Operative or Bodyguard in the UK you will need to have an SIA licence issued by the Security Industry Authority (SIA). One of the requirements of the SIA licence is that you hold a recognised qualification, and the Level 3 Close Protection Operative meets the requirement for the SIA Licence. A Close Protection licence is required when guarding one or more individuals against assault or against injuries that might be suffered in consequence of the unlawful conduct of others. This applies if your services are supplied for the purposes of or in connection with any contract to a consumer.
The SIA Close Protection course is run over fourteen days and has 140 hours of tuition. Assessment is by multiple choice exam and Practical Demonstrations/Assignments. The exams consist of one 60 question multiple-choice paper taking 2 hours. The qualification covers areas from legislation, responsibilities and roles relevant to people working in the close protection industry; including: threat assessment, risk management, surveillance techniques, venue security operations, designing and demonstrating operational planning, vehicle movement tactics and operations, search techniques and procedures, and conflict management techniques.
The SIA recognised Level 3 Close Protection qualification will enable you to apply to the SIA for a Close Protection licence, and by obtaining this SIA licence you will increase your employment opportunities. You can work as a Close Protection Operative, Door Supervisor or Security Officer.
Learners should be able to work at level 2 or above and be proficient in the use of the English Language. When applying for your licence you will be required to produce evidence that you have attained a recognised first aid award. You should present your valid first aid certificate to your training provider before you start your training. If you do not have a recognised first aid award you will need to get one in order to get your licence. This is in addition to the minimum 138 hours knowledge and practical skills training. First aid awards recognised by the SIA are: First Aid at Work - 4 day course (HSE approved) & First Person on Scene (FPOS) Intermediate Award - 30 hours (Edexcel / IHCD).
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This course provides the comprehensive set of practical skills needed to become a confident first aider at work, giving you both the ability and knowledge to deal with first aid emergencies. This course is designed for people who want to receive our most thorough first aid training and is especially suited for nominated workplace first aiders looking to gain comprehensive, certified FAA Level 3.
After completing a final assessment successful candidates receive an FAA approved certificate valid for three years. This course is legally compliant with the current Health and Safety (first aid) Regulations 1981. Upon successful completion of this three day course, first aiders receive certification to allow them to practise for three years after which a re-qualification course becomes necessary. It is strongly recommended that you update your skills by taking an annual refresher.
The First Aid at Work Certificate will enable you to apply to the SIA for several security licences, and by obtaining these SIA licence you will increase your employment opportunities.
Candidates need a basic command of English (defined as Level 2). The course will cover how to deal with areas including (but not limited to): accidents and illness, using a first aid kit, treatment of an unconscious casualty, heart attacks, resuscitation, shock, choking, bleeding, eye injuries, low blood sugar and fainting.
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This Security Management course covers the principles of security management and the operations involved to protect a business and its assets. It provides knowledge of the principles of loss and decision making within the security environment, as well as an overview of the factors that form a modern security management team. Our Security Management course will also show the student how to reduce the employer's exposure to liability.
This course provides the essential introduction to the key ideas, techniques and issues that are at the heart of professional security management today. The course provides unique insights and comprehensive coverage of the role, resources, and skills that are central to providing effective security management in the commercial environment. From identifying issues and understanding ideas about the risks, causes and prevention of crime, through to designing and implementing loss prevention and security initiatives that really work, this is the ultimate security managers course. This course is delivered by security experts who have extensive experience in security and hold the highest academic, vocational, and professional qualifications in the subject.
The course will benefit anyone seeking professional recognition and qualification within the security sector at middle and senior management levels. The course is open to all those who operate within the private and public security sectors, with a minimum of 5 years security management experience.
Certificate Number: 13150
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Door Supervisors are required to play an active role in the fight against drug abuse and would be refusing entry to those who may be in breach of criminal law, licensing law or ejecting those who are in breach of these laws or who may be placing the management’s licence at risk. In very limited cases the job of a Door Supervisor may involve the “use of force” but it should be noted that there is no requirement for a Door Supervisor to use force to achieve their objectives.
One of the requirements of the SIA licence is that you hold a recognised qualification, and the Level 2 National Certificate for Door Supervisors meets the requirement for the SIA Licence. The SIA Door Supervisor course is run over four days and has 32 hours of tuition. The exams consist of three multiple choice papers with pass marks of 70%.
The SIA recognised Level 2 National Certificate for Door Supervisors will enable you to apply to the SIA for a Door Supervisor licence, and by obtaining this SIA licence you will increase your employment opportunities. Although the course syllabus will provide you with the basic knowledge needed to pass the exams, our instructors will also demonstrate to you the real life practicalities of being a SIA Door Supervisor or SIA Security Guard, so that when you eventually start work you will feel much more confident in your new role.
GLICO UK Limited, is a company registered in England & Wales, Company No.: 06836258. GLICO UK Limited is VAT Registered; Reg No: 195587743. GLICO UK Limited is a member of the Professional Bodyguard Association.
Advanced First Aid is designed for the person who needs or desires more first aid training than Basic First Aid, but not to the level of Emergency Medical Response. Perfect for corporate emergency response teams, this 17-21 hour course presents many of the most common illnesses and injuries responders are likely to encounter. This course is designed for non-EMS responders including government, corporate, industry, lifeguards, security personnel, law enforcement, corrections personnel, and other individuals who are not EMS or healthcare providers, but desire or require certification in Advanced First Aid.
This qualification will provide additional knowledge and develop relevant understanding. It builds upon previous knowledge, enhancing casualty monitoring skills and extending incident management skills. This course deals with relevant issues such as adults and children in urban and remote environments as individuals or in a team contexts with help being minutes or hours away. The Advanced First Aid course offers a pro-active approach to incident management.
The First Aid at Work Certificate will enable you to apply to the SIA for several security licences, and by obtaining these SIA licences you will increase your employment opportunities.
Continuous assessment of practical skills including CPR and multi choice questions will take place during the course. Assignments are to be completed within a fixed time period.
It is essential that individuals working in the private security industry undergo a structured training programme that results in a recognised qualification. If you are looking to work as a static guard in retail or corporate this training is right for you.
To get one of the qualifications linked to security guard licensing you will need to attend and take three training modules and take and pass three exams. On the final day of the course there will be 3 multiple-choice exams (one for each unit) designed to test your knowledge of the content you learned during the course. Your experienced Security Guard Training Course Instructor will teach you everything you need to know for the examination, so you’ll feel totally confident and fully prepared when it’s time to take your exam.
The SIA recognised Level 2 National Certificate for Security Guards will enable you to apply to the SIA for a Security Guard licence, and by obtaining this SIA licence you will increase your employment opportunities.
We strongly recommend to all our customers considering the Security Guard Training Course that they consider the Door Supervisor Training Course instead. As a qualified Door Supervisor, you can legally work in all of the same roles as a Security Guard. In addition, you can also work in licensed premises such as bars, clubs, events and festivals, which Security Guards may not be able to work in if alcohol is being served. A Door Supervisor qualification will enable you to perform a far wider variety of roles and will greatly increase your chances of finding employment.