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Keep working at security jobs in the South West with your SIA Licence Top-Up Training for Door Supervisors Upskilling Course in Bristol
SIA Licence Top-Up Upskilling Courses in Bristol
Thanks to its nightlife, strong business community and frequent events, security work in Bristol is never in short supply. Yet SIA Licence holders need to make sure they're still eligible to work in Bristol security jobs as new SIA changes take effect.
After April 2021, these changes added new knowledge to every security professional's job. If you're renewing your SIA Licence, that means you'll need to get SIA Top-Up Training.
New strategies to help you with the pandemic, crowd control, prevent terrorism and use first aid are included in Top-Up Upskill Training. Bristol Door Supervisors need proof they have these skills to keep working legally with a renewed SIA Licence.
If you don't do your Top-Up Training in time, you might become unable to work in security in Bristol. With so much demand for Bristol security staff out there, making sure you have the skills employers want is massively important to your career.
Luckily, this is an easy fix. Just 2 days of Top-Up Training in Bristol, backed up by some easy e-learning, gets you back up to speed and back on the job.
Remember, this is a massive time for the security industry in Bristol. Jobs for Bristol security staff are in huge demand, and that means keeping your skills sharp to be the one employers go for, time and time again.
Never miss a beat for Bristol security work ✅
Pick a business, any business. Chances are, they need security professionals like you. Nightlife venues, superstores, malls and events in Bristol need security.
Don't risk any deadlines ⏰
A valid SIA Licence is the key to your career. That means never missing out on new skills when they're available. Top-Up Training means renewing your licence gets easier, and you get working with no interruptions.
Bristol businesses need security skills like these ⚡️
Employers hire security in Bristol because they're anxious. They want to protect people and property, with the best skills for the job. Getting paid means getting ahead, and that means getting licensed with your Top-Up Training finished.
Why do you need a Top-Up Course for Bristol security jobs?
Life seems to move faster than ever these days. Recent years have made so many changes to how our society works, so the SIA introduced new skills to its licensing system to make sure security professionals in Bristol and beyond are well-equipped.
Your Bristol Top-Up Upskilling Training takes place in the classroom across 2 days. With the skills it gives you, you'll feel confident that your SIA Licence renewal will be that bit easier.
Skills in your Bristol Top-Up Training Course include:
Remember, it's also now required that Bristol Door Supervisors know EFAW, or Emergency First Aid at Work. If you already hold this or an equivalent qualification, you're a step ahead when it comes to your Bristol SIA Top-Up Training.
If you still need to get qualified in EFAW, don't worry. Just add it to your package when you book your Bristol SIA Top-Up Training with us. Your training instructor will go through it with you in full on the day.
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About the SIA Top-Up Door Supervisor Upskilling Training Course in Bristol
This course takes 2 days to complete, with some additional e-learning for you to do in advance. Top-Up Training in Bristol has been designed to boost your skills and make your SIA Licence renewal easier.
Door Supervisors who got licensed after the April 2021 SIA changes have had these extra skills for a while now. Top-Up Training means everyone else working in security in Bristol, or across the UK, has the same knowledge.
That means you have everything you need for the best Bristol security jobs. Nobody else has an advantage over you.
Know your course
The Top-Up Training course happens across 2 days, with both practical exercises and a few short multiple choice exams. You'll also have access to important Action Counters Terrorism (ACT) e-learning, to be completed before the date you booked your Top-Up Training in Bristol.
If you need an Emergency First Aid at Work (EFAW) qualification, you can get that on this course. Remember, it's now mandatory for Door Supervisors to know first aid. You can use our free First Aid Refresher courses for some tips to help on the day.
How to find your Top-Up Training Course Venue in Bristol
Whether you walk, drive or use public transport, you should find it easy to get to the SIA Top-Up Training venue in Bristol. It's at Mercure Bristol Grand Hotel, Broad Street, Bristol BS1 2EL.
Take your ID, as well as evidence you completed your e-learning. And don't be late!
Get to Mercure Bristol Grand Hotel by train
The SIA Top-Up Upskilling Course happens at this hotel, which is northwest from Bristol Temple Meads train station.
From Bristol Temple Meads station, head right as you leave Station Approach to head north up Temple Gate. Head left onto Victoria Street, crossing Bristol Bridge over the river. Continue northbound up the High Street and turn left onto Broad Street. The venue's just there on the right!
Parking around Mercure Bristol Grand Hotel
Driving to your Bristol Top-Up Training course is easy, because the hotel has onsite parking. However, there are other car parks close by if you prefer.
NCP Bristol Nelson Street MSCP
Nelson Street, Fairfax Street, Bristol, Avon BS1 3DB
Trenchard Street Long-stay Car Park
Trenchard Street, West End, BS1 5AN
Millennium Square Car Park
10 Cannons Way, Bristol BS1 5LL
Food recommendations around Mercure Bristol Grand Hotel
Top-Up Upskilling Training takes up plenty of energy, so keeping yourself well-fed is important! Food is available at the hotel venue itself, but Bristol is also packed with other places to get something good to eat.
Most people head to the Bristol Shopping Quarter on Union Street for a good mix of big names and more independent places. For a quick coffee, you can also try Baristas Collective Coffee on Victoria Street.