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Security Guards in demand as lockdown eases

Security Guards in demand as lockdown eases

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There is a surplus of demand for Security Guards in the UK as lockdown eases. As mentioned in The Financial Times the number of job postings for security guards has risen.

The UK was the first country to start vaccinating, and to date, the rollout of the vaccine across the majority of the population has been incredibly successful.

Shortage of Door Supervisors in the UK

However, the BBC released an article stating that venues such as bars and nightclubs may struggle to open as planned due to the lack of door supervisors available. 

As it’s been over a year since nightclubs have been closed, some security professionals have moved into other work, or non-UK nationals have returned to their home countries following the pandemic and Brexit. 

The UK Door Security Association (UKDSA) have stated that more than half of the positions have not been filled, meaning there is currently a huge demand for door supervisors. 

As things go back to normal venues are desperate to open, the need for SIA Licence holders has increased.

The perfect time to get your SIA Door Supervisor Licence?

With this information, we strongly believe that now could be the best time to get your licence! If you are looking for part-time work, sociable hours, then take a look at the Door Supervisor.

How to become a Night Club Doorman?

To become a nightclub doorman, you must have a value SIA Door Supervisor licence before you can start working in the security industry. This can be obtained by completing the Door Supervisor course and then applying for your licence on the SIA website. 

Security training courses are available from £199.99 depending on your location

If you are looking to update your SIA skills with the required new First Aid qualification, so you don’t miss out on this huge demand for staffing the required new First Aid qualification — then the good news is that you can take an EFAW course. The course can be taken in a day and costs from as little as £79. 

How much can I earn as a nightclub doorman?

An experienced nightclub doorman can earn up to £25 per hour and work typically between 20-48 hours. A starter in this industry will be on around £10 per hour. 

Therefore, if you are just starting out, you can expect to pay off your training course and licence fee within your first week of working! 

Read more about a career as a Nightclub Doorman.

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