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Compulsory Physical Intervention training for Door Supervisor

The Security Industry Authority has made mandatory recommendations that Physical Intervention training will become compulsory for all Door Supervisor staff in the UK. Anyone working in the industry as door staff that will be renewing their license from March this year will need to take this additional module in order to obtain their new SIA Licence.

The Physical Intervention module is an SIA approved course which instructs candidates in non-harm escorting techniques applied to manage difficult situations without causing injury to themselves or members of the general public.

Get Licensed are pleased to announce that ‘stand-alone’ training modules will be available throughout the UK making us one of the few training providers who will be offering this service. The SIA will be providing a six month notice period before this move is implemented in order that security staff have ample time to complete the module before their license renewal date.

Anyone who has trained recently will already have covered Physical Intervention as part of their course and will not need to complete a further module
 
 


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