HABC Level 2 Award for Upskilling Door Supervisors (QCF)

Summary

This course is required for  door supervisors  who completed their SIA qualification before the NEW QCF course and are looking to renew their license. After you have completed the sessions and passed the exam, you can apply for your renewed SIA licence.

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Qualification

HABC Level 2 Award for Upskilling Door Supervisors (QCF)

Who should take this course?

You will need to take this extra training if:

your qualification was awarded before June 2010

or

your qualification was awarded between June and September 2010 and your training course did not include the physical intervention skills module.

You do not need to take this extra training if:

your qualification was awarded after September 2010

or

your qualification certificate says “[Awarding body name] Level 2 Award in Door Supervision (QCF)”.

Entry requirements

These are the same as for the  HABC Level 2 Award for Door Supervisors (QCF).

Duration

2 days training on the Physical Intervention unit, plus home study before attending this training.

Assessment

The Safety Awareness unit is assessed through completion of a workbook – effectively a distance learning unit. The candidate will also take the exam for the Safety Awareness unit on day one of the Physical Intervention training.

Content

Unit 1: Physical Intervention Skills for the Private Security Industry

1. Physical interventions and their legal and professional implications
2. Reducing the risk of harm when physical intervention skills are used
3. Non-aggressive physical skills to protect yourself and others
4. Non-pain related standing holding and escorting techniques, including non-restrictive and restrictive skills
5. Best practice  following physical interventions

Unit 2: Safety Awareness for Door Supervisors

1. Counter terrorism issues relevant to Door Supervisors
2. The role of the Door Supervisor in first aid situations
3. Legislation and requirements regarding children and young people relevant to Door Supervisors

N.B. for Existing SIA Licence Holders.

SIA Guidance: If You Change Your Name or Address

SIA licences are issued subject to certain conditions, which you must abide by. One of those conditions is that you must tell us if you change your name or address.

  • If you have changed your name you should send us the legal document that made the change (Decree Absolute, Deed Poll document or Marriage Certificate) and our ‘Change of Personal Details’ form or a covering letter containing your old and new signature.
  • If you have changed your address you must write to us with details of the change, either in a letter or by completing our ‘Change of Personal Details’ form. You should enclose a Group B document showing your new address (our document checklist provides more information on this).

Download the ‘Change of Personal Details’ form (download size: 51kb)

The address to write to is:

Security Industry Authority
PO Box 1293
Liverpool
L69 1AX.

Watch this video for more information on the process to follow.

Pre-course homework for learners doing Up-skilling course;

Prices

For the current price of this course, call us today on 01793 855090.

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