Door Supervisor Training in London-Central

Door Supervisor SIA Licence Training in Central London.

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Course Name

Door Supervisor

6 days
£239.99 Incl. VAT
Earning Potential
£12 - 23 per hour
Mandatory Requirement For
SIA Door Supervisor Licence
Age Requirement
18+ years

Course Units
  • Principles of Working in The Private Security Industry
  • Principles of Working as a Door Supervisor
  • Application of Conflict Management for The Private Security Industry
  • Application of Physical Intervention in the Private Security Industry
4 multiple choice exams and various physical assessments
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I am wondering what you will learn in the course? Watch expert trainer and SIA course instructor Anthony Milner talk you through the Health & Safety part of the SIA course.


The SIA Door Supervisor course runs over six days. It is divided into four units: Working in the Private Security Industry, as a Door Supervisor, Conflict Management and Physical Intervention. On the final day of the course, there will be four multiple-choice exams and a practical assessment of the physical intervention skills you will be taught.
What will I learn on the SIA Door Supervisor Training course in Central London?

Unit 1 - Working in the Private Security Industry

  • Chapter 1: The Characteristics and Purposes of the Private Security Industry
  • Chapter 2: Legislation Awareness
  • Chapter 3: Arrest Procedures 
  • Chapter 4: Health and Safety
  • Chapter 5: Fire Awareness
  • Chapter 6: Emergencies
  • Chapter 7: Communication
  • Chapter 8: Record Keeping
  • Chapter 9: Terror threats and the role of the Security Operative
  • Chapter 10: Keeping vulnerable people safe 
  • Chapter 11: Post-incident management


Unit 2 - Working as a Door Supervisor within the Private Security Industry 


  • Chapter 1: Understanding Crimes Relevant to Door Supervision
  • Chapter 2: Searching
  • Chapter 3: Drug Awareness
  • Chapter 4: Preservation of Evidence
  • Chapter 5: Licensing Law Relevant to the Door Supervisor
  • Chapter 6: Queue management and venue capacity responsibilities relevant to a Door Supervisor.
  • Chapter 7: Equipment Relevant to a Door Supervisor


Unit 3 - Conflict Management within the Private Security Industry 

  • Chapter 1: The principles of conflict management
  • Chapter 2: Recognising Risks In Conflict Situations
  • Chapter 3: Problem Solving Techniques
  • Chapter 4: Using Communication to help Resolve Conflict


Unit 4 - Physical Intervention Skills within the Private Security Industry 


We understand that examinations can be daunting but don't worry. Everything you need to know for the examination is covered during the Door Supervisor course, and your expert instructor will fully prepare you for test success.


Latest Reviews for the Door Supervisor Course at London Central

Excellent course given by an exceptional trainer. Dave Aiton is an excellent professional, very patient and friendly. The way he teaches makes everything very easy to understand. I feel confident that the knowledge I have now will help me go far in my career.


How to get to your training venue at London-Central

Should you choose to use the train to help you get to your training venue at HQ - London, HQ Bloomsbury, there are several reliable stations to get you close to the area. These include:

London Bridge (LBG) Train Station
Station Approach Rd, London SE1 9SP

Piccadilly Circus Station
West End, London W1J 9HP

London King's Cross Train Station
Euston Rd, Kings Cross, London N1 9AL

Of the three options mentioned, we recommend you make your trip using the London King's Cross Train Station. Once you arrive at the station, you can grab a taxi which will take about seven minutes to reach the training venue. 

Alternatively, once you arrive at the train station, you'll need to walk 0.1 miles to King's Cross St. Pancras subway station. Take a four-minute train ride to Holborn subway station. Exit the station and go west on High Holborn. You'll turn right once you reach Southampton Pl before taking a left at Bloomsbury Way. The venue will be on the left side of the road.


If you have a vehicle, you'll need to know the best parking spots close to the venue. Some of the more popular options available to you include:

NCP London Bloomsbury Square Car Park
30 Bloomsbury Square, Holborn, London WC1A 2RJ

Q-Park Trafalgar Parking Lot
Spring Gardens, St. James's, London SW1A 2BN

Q-Park Chinatown Parking Lot
Newport Pl, West End, London WC2H 7PU

Whichever parking lot you choose, be prepared to pay parking fees ranging from around £4 a day, which is the standard amount for most parking lots in the area.


Central London has a Walk Score of 100/100. That means you don't need a vehicle to gain access to stores, parks, restaurants, and more in the area.


For those who don't live close by, the Central London area has plenty of accommodation options, depending on your preferences. You can take your pick from renowned hotels like the Crowne Plaza London - Kings Cross at 1 King's Cross Rd, Islington, London WC1X 9HX, the Holiday Inn London - Regent's Park at Carburton St, Fitzrovia, London W1W 5EE, or the Travelodge London Covent Garden at 10 Drury Ln, High Holborn, Holborn, London WC2B 5RE. For more options on where you can stay during your SIA training, check here.


Whether you need something for lunch or in the evening before you call it a day, Central London has several restaurants and cafes with varying cuisine options to suit anyone. Try a restaurant like the Victoria House Coffee & Food at 5 Coptic St, Holborn, London WC1A 1NH. 

If you're a health-conscious individual, you can also venture to LEON at 77 Kingsway, Holborn, London WC2B 6SR. You'll find healthy salads and small and big hot boxes featuring delicacies like spicy Moroccan meatballs and Brazilian black beans. Whenever you need a quick snack so you can go back to your training venue without any delays, try out John Charlick Foods at 142 Grays Inn Rd, Holborn, London WC1X 8AX. They offer takeaway service to their clients, so you can pick up your meal whenever you're in a rush.


SIA Job Opportunities In Central London
Having an SIA license opens up several job opportunities across Central London and beyond. For instance, you can become a door supervisor at one of the many museums, galleries and shopping centres. Or there are plenty of door supervisor roles at the hundreds of London's pubs and clubs. 

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