Door Supervisor Training
in Preston

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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 Preston

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 six days, divided into four units.

On the final day of the course, there will be four multiple-choice exams and a practical assessment of the physical intervention skills.

 

What will I learn on the SIA Door Supervisor Training course in Preston?

 

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 Preston

Venue - Cotton Court Business Centre, Church St, Preston PR1 3BY, UK.

 

By Train
Preston is an easy station to get to from anywhere in the country. Its main operator is Avanti West Coast, but you can also catch a TransPennine or a Northern train. The station is centrally situated.

Preston Train Station - Fishergate, Preston PR1 8AP

There is no need to take a taxi to the venue as you have two easy options for getting to Cotton Court. But if wanted you can there are plenty of taxi cabs at the stations. It is approx a 4-minute drive and costs around £7.00.

 

Walking
It takes about 15 mins to get to Cotton Court. From the station, head north to Fishergate. Turn right into Fishergate going through Fishergate. Continue straight onto Church St. Following church street for about 0.3 miles, then turn right again onto Cotton Court. The venue is on the left.

 

By Bus
It takes about 10 mins. Take the 111 City centre, get off at the second stop. Cotton Court is a small side street, just after the BlueBell pub. 

 

By Car
Served by the M6, M61, M65, and the M55, Preston is easy to drive to with plenty of parking areas. Cotton Court has a small free onsite parking space on a first-come-first-served basis. But no worries if it's full, there is ample Pay and Display car parking. 

 

Walkability
Preston has a high walk score, with the area around Cotton Court being very walkable with a score of 94/100. It is an easy city to walk around with pedestrian ways—local shops, restaurants and pubs all within a 5min walk radius. If you fancy stretching your legs and getting some fresh air, then head to one of three nearby parks - Avenham Park, Ribbleton Park and Miller Park.

 

Accommodation
If you are travelling a distance and are planning to stay over, Preston has a wide range of hotels, from budget to luxury. The nearest to Cotton Court, less than a mile away, would be the:

Travelodge Preston Central

Preston Farmers Office, 

New Hall Ln, Preston, PR1 5NX

Telephone: 0871 984 6150.  

Preston has plenty of budget options; you can check them out here.

 

Food & Drink
Preston is a multicultural city with a large variety of eating options available. Within minutes of Cotton Court, you will find a range of restaurants, takeaways and cafes like:

Rise - a fantastic brunch restaurant. 

Mamma Mia - for those that have a taste for Italian.

Foodlab - to satisfy your cravings for a decent burger, wrap or pizza.

Just turn left onto Church Street and discover the delights of Preston cuisine, all under 10 mins walk.

Preston is not short on pubs, wine bars or clubs. If you have the energy after a hard day studying or just want to chill, then head to Friargate. There you will find real ale pubs like Greyfriars, Lamb and Packet, Roper Hall. Want something a bit more young and trendy? Check out the string of trendy bars that line the street heading towards the city centre, such as The Academy, Cafe Manyana, Reflex (80's pub/club) and Assembly.

 

SIA Job Opportunities In Preston
Want to find work in the Preston area? Not a problem. The opportunities are there for trained, licensed personnel. The city has security work available at pubs, clubs and entertainment venues. The numerous shopping centres offer work for retail security guards. Jobs are also available at the local hospitals, the University of Central Lancashire, with its many buildings, museums, and government buildings, like the County and magistrates' courts.

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