Door Supervisor Training
in Manchester M1

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Course Name

Door Supervisor

Duration
6 days
From
£209
Earning Potential
£10-14 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
ASSESSMENT
4 multiple choice exams and various physical assessments
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About Door Supervisor Training Course in Manchester

Sample Lesson

Wondering what you will learn on the course? Watch expert trainer and SIA course intructor Anthony Milner talk you through the Health & Safety part of the SIA course.

 

 
The SIA Door Supervisor course runs over 6 days and is divided into 4 units: Working in the Private Security Industry, Working as a Door Supervisor, Conflict Management and Physical Intervention. On the final day of the course there will be 4 multiple choice exams and a practical assessment of the physical intervention skills you will be taught on the course.
 
What will I learn on the SIA Door Supervisor Training course in Manchester?
 
 
 

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 success in the tests.

 

Getting to your training venue in Manchester

Train
Manchester has some of the best transport links of any city in the UK. It is well connected by train stations, and several tram stops that can get you from one side of the city to the next and with links from nearby areas including Salford, Didsbury, West Didsbury, Old Trafford, Sale, Stockport and Ashton-under-Lyne. 

Depending on where you are travelling from, you can arrive close to either of the following train stations and then grab a tram or walk onto the venue.

Manchester Victoria Train Station
Victoria Station Approach, Manchester M3 1WY, United Kingdom

Manchester Piccadilly Train Station
Piccadilly Station Approach, Manchester M60 7RA, United Kingdom

Manchester Victoria will get you within just half a mile of the venue, which is a short 10-minute walk. From the station, turn right and head onto the ring road New Bridge Street. After 100 metres, turn right onto Cheetham Hill Road for 0.3 miles. Then turn right onto Riga Street, then left onto Mayes Street after 80 metres. 

From Manchester Piccadilly, walk 200 metres onto Manchester Piccadilly tram station. Then take a tram on the yellow line headed for Bury for 7 minutes. Get off at the Shudehill stop, and the venue is just 100 metres away.

 

Parking
With such excellent transport links, it might be best to leave your car at home. The venue does offer parking, but it comes at a hefty price of around £20 per day. Similarly, you'll find available car parks in Manchester city centre, but they are expensive. Car parks close to the venue include:

Manchester Arndale Car park 
High St, Manchester M4 1AZ. 

NCP Car Park Manchester Goulden Street 
Goulden St, Manchester M4 5FR.

Northern Quarter Car Park 
Church St, Manchester M4 1LX. 

 

Walkability
The venue is in the heart of this Northern capital and has an almost perfect walk score of 99. You can get virtually everything you could want or need quickly on foot. You can also get some fresh air and greenery by heading to Piccadilly Gardens, Sackville Gardens and Mamucium.

 

Accommodation 
You can stay at the venue, the Crowne Plaza Manchester City Centre. However, this 4-star hotel equipped with a restaurant and gym is not the cheapest option. If you're staying over for the course, then there are tons of more affordable nearby options. The Travelodge in Manchester Ancoats is a great close-by option. 

Other great value places to stay include the Holiday Inn, the easyHotel, the Britannia Hotel and the hotel ibis Styles at Manchester Portland. Check out deals here.

 

Food
There are loads of places to eat within easy reach of the venue. The nearest stop 1 minute away is Cafe North serving classic English breakfast, snacks, tea and coffee. Being in the city centre's heart, you can grab all the traditional fast-food restaurants such as Burger King, McDonald's, and KFC. 

There are also several nearby cafes, so you'll be spoilt for choice, and all at down-to-earth prices with an urban vibe. They include 19 cafe Bar, Chai Latte, Federal Cafe Bar, Rowntree's Cafe Bar and The Koffee Pot.  

 

SIA Job Opportunities in Manchester
Manchester's urban area is second only to London in the UK and is even larger than Birmingham, with almost 3 million people living there. The area is packed with opportunities for qualified security personnel. 

Manchester suffered the largest bombing since WWII in 1996, which the IRA were responsible for. Following this, Manchester was rebuilt and rebuilt better with tons more shops and shopping centres, all requiring retail security staff. Manchester is also a party capital being home to many clubs, including the famous Hacienda. The city has a thriving nightlife, with door personnel being in huge demand. 

In addition to this, Manchester and the area are home to several major football clubs, including Manchester United and Manchester City. On match days, personnel are needed at the stadiums, including Old Trafford and local areas. Manchester also hosts many major entertainment events at Manchester Arena and the AO arena. 

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