Door Supervisor Training
in Norwich

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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 Norwich

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 Norwich?
 
 
 

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.

 

Latest Reviews for the Door Supervisor Course in Norwich

I really enjoyed my door supervisor course with Get Licensed in Norwich. The course is quite intensive but I felt that it was worth it for all the information and tips I got on working in the security industry. My group Tutor was Manny, he did an excellent job and I was very pleased we had him on our course to teach us. He has obviously got years of experience and is able to pass on lots of practical knowledge. He got me a pass on my course and I'm now able to get a new job. I'd definitely recommend Get Licensed.

 

Getting to your training venue in Norwich

Trains
Travelling to the venue at Best Western Brook Hotel in Norwich is super easy by train. Norwich has a large train station with trains arriving from all over the UK and the local area every minute of the day.

Norwich Train Station
Station Approach, Thorpe Rd, Norwich NR1 1EF, United Kingdom

Travelling by train to the Best Western Brook Hotel takes not less than 17 minutes from any of the nearby stations. From Norwich Train Station, walk for about 3 minutes to the Prince of Wales Road (Stop DL). Catch the 24 network Norwich (Queens Hill) bus that passes every 20 minutes. 

Get off the bus after 15 stops which takes about 27 minutes at Breckland Road. From there head west on Dereham Rd/A1074 and when you get to the roundabout, take the 3rd exit onto Barnard Rd. Turn right and after about 10 metres you’ll find your destination on the left.

 

Parking
If you wish to take a tour of the city or grab your lunch, there are plenty of safe and secure parking spaces you can find within Norwich:

Rouen Road Pay & Display Car Park
Rouen Rd, Norwich NR1 1QU

Westwick Street Car Park
Norwich NR2 4UB

Colegate Car Park
Golden Dog Ln, England's NR3 1HS

 

Walkability
The venue has a walk score of 67/100. It means some of your errands such as grabbing a quick snack might be possible. But, if you’re planning on shopping, you will have to jump into a car.

 

Accommodation
If you opt to stay over for the course, the Best Western Brook prices don’t come cheap. The hotel’s location in the Bowthorpe Employment Area means it’s not the best value option. The Best Western Brook Hotel is a 3-star hotel with a restaurant, bar and free parking.

Alternative cheaper options are available east and south of the venue. The Travelodge and Holiday Express Inn Norwich are excellent value options. For more details concerning accommodation check out hotel deals here.  

 

Food
While you can grab lunch at the venue, you can find some inexpensive places to eat nearby. However, you’ll need a car for the various eateries. 

South of the venue there is Roy’s Café where you can get Toasted Teacake and Breakfast Bap for breakfast. Or if you wish to finish your dinner in style, go for the Homemade Sweet Pies and Ice Cream for dessert. Further southeast of the venue, you’ll come across Eaton Park Café where you can sample Spiced Baked Beans, Mushroom, Spinach and Egg Quiche, and Beetroot Hummus and Feta. 

A 6-minute drive east of Best Western Brook Hotel leads to the Bramleys Cafe and Cakery, a one-stop place for those with a sweet tooth. Try their Carrot Cake, Cream Tea, Lemon and Raspberry Layer Cake and Snickers Brownie. A number of notable cafes you’ll find along the way include Mitre Coffee House, That House and Cafe On The Corner.

 

SIA Job Opportunities in Norwich
The city of Norwich is teeming with vibrant bars and clubs on the lookout for door personnel. Norwich is brimming with shops and arcades in need of retail security. And Delia Smith’s beloved Norwich Town Canaries play in the centre at the Carrow Road stadium. There are always security staff needed on Saturday during home games at the stadium and the local area.

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