SIA Door Supervisor
It is essential when working in the security industry that you undergo specified training programmes that result in the recognised qualifications you will need for all aspects of security. Individuals applying for a SIA licence must prove that they are properly qualified to do their job with the particular set of skills needed for the vastly expanding security industry. This results in a professional and capable workforce, equipped with the correct abilities for every aspect of security.
- Sets competency standards and specifies qualifications for licensing. Part of our responsibility for front line applicants is to define the skills and knowledge appropriate for an individual to start work. The SIA owns these core competency specifications and retains responsibility for their future development.
- Endorses awarding organisations who wish to offer its qualifications, in conjunction with the qualification regulation authorities.
- Issues licences based on competency, probity and identification.
- Is responsible for the overall quality assurance of the licensing process.
- Consults regularly with stakeholders to ensure that standards and qualifications meet the needs of the industry and continue to raise standards of competence and professionalism.
DOOR SUPERVISOR LICENCE & TRAINING
To be eligible to apply for a Door Supervisor licence you must show that you have got a qualification in door supervision. The qualification contains 4 mandatory units and the training must be delivered over a minimum of FOUR days:
Unit 1 – Working in the Private Security Industry
Unit 2 – Working as a Door Supervisor
Unit 3 – Conflict Management for the Private Security Industry
Unit 4 – Physical Intervention Skills for the Private Security Industry
Once you complete these 4 security modules & pass 3 exams on the last day of the course, you will then be eligible to apply for your SIA Door Supervisor badge directly with the SIA.
To get a door supervisor licence you must:
– Be at least 18 years old
– Pass an identity check
– Pass a criminal record check
– Have a recognised door supervisor qualification