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Keep your security work coming with an SIA Top-Up Training for Door Supervisors Upskilling Course in Newcastle Upon Tyne.
SIA Licence Top-Up Upskilling Courses in Newcastle Upon Tyne
Newcastle is one of the definitive UK cities, and that means it needs security professionals who are at the top of their game to protect it. Businesses and events keep the demand for security jobs in Newcastle strong. Make sure your CV is always on your next manager’s desk by taking Top-Up Training in Newcastle Upon Tyne.
Created to help you prepare for the new risks of modern security work, SIA Top-Up Training in Newcastle Upon Tyne is important to keep earning. It prepares you to renew your SIA Licence without any gaps in your knowledge, and locks in the qualifications that employers are looking for.
If you want the best security jobs in Newcastle, you need the best skills in the industry. The changes to what’s expected of door supervisors by the SIA were made during 2021, and affect how security professionals renew their licence. You can avoid any interruptions to your licence renewal with the knowledge that Newcastle Upon Tyne Top-Up Training will give you.
This course is how you move to adapt to the SIA changes to security jobs in the UK. New skills means you’ll find it easier to stay licensed, stay working and keep earning in Newcastle security work. That includes best practices for post-pandemic working, crowd control at events, specialist equipment for security professionals, and first aid expertise.
Remember, all door supervisors are now legally required to be first aid qualified. Top-Up Training in Newcastle Upon Tyne gives you that. In 2 days of Top-Up Training, you get everything you need to keep taking advantage of the huge demand for security work in the UK.
Security is all about learning more so you’re earning more. 2 days of Top-Up Training in Newcastle Upon Tyne will level up your abilities to match what employers want. This is a course you take in person, but you’ll also receive e-learning.
Always have the skills for the job ✅
SIA Top-Up Upskilling Training means that new skills entering the security sector won’t pass you by. Stay on target, stay in work and stay compliant when you need to renew your SIA Licence.
Get up to speed in no time ⏰
Top-Up Training in Newcastle Upon Tyne takes you only 2 days. That’s less time to have to put aside than a lot of other security courses, plus it’ll save you time later because you’ll already be qualified for your SIA Licence renewal.
Always know how to handle the situation ⚡️
Newcastle Upon Tyne Top-Up Training is all about taking on new knowledge. That means you’ll feel confident that you always know how to handle whatever the job brings. That includes having first aid knowledge that you might well use to save lives.
Why do you need a Top-Up Course for Newcastle security jobs?
Top-Up Training is based on skills and knowledge that the security industry has perfected in response to modern challenges in Newcastle security work, and across the UK. That includes crowd control, specialist equipment use, techniques to manage security post-pandemic, and first aid. Because these skills are so crucial, they’re now mandatory to renew your SIA Licence when you next need to do so.
Skills in your Newcastle Upon Tyne Top-Up Training Course include:
The law states that Door Supervisors need to have an EFAW (Emergency First Aid at Work) qualification. If you don’t have that qualification yet, add it to your Top-Up Training course package. If you’re already EFAW qualified, or hold an equivalent first aid qualification, you already have an advantage!
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About the SIA Top-Up Door Supervisor Upskilling Training Course in Newcastle Upon Tyne
Newcastle Upon Tyne SIA Top-Up Training is taught over 2 days in the classroom, but covers lots of knowledge. Practical assessments and multiple choice exams will let you demonstrate what you’ve learned. You also get Action Counters Terrorism (ACT) e-learning to do at home.
The SIA changes that first came in during April 2021 are why Top-Up Training is necessary for door supervisors who are renewing their SIA Licence. It also means you have the skills that employers want, so you’ll always be able to find work fast.
Know your course
Newcastle Upon Tyne SIA Top-Up Training is completed in 2 days. You can expect to do practical assessments and multiple choice exams during the class. Be sure you finish your Action Counters Terrorism (ACT) e-learning before the course date as well.
Top-Up Training also gives you an Emergency First Aid at Work (EFAW) qualification. That qualification is needed by law to work in UK security jobs nowadays. Use our free First Aid Refresher course to get the basics online, but remember that you still need to do in-person EFAW training at your Newcastle Top-Up Training.
How to find your Newcastle Upon Tyne Top-Up Training Course Venue
SIA Top-Up Training in Newcastle Upon Tyne happens at Royal Station Hotel, Neville Street, Newcastle Upon Tyne NE1 5DH.
Remember to bring your ID to your course, and proof you’ve completed your e-learning. And make sure you’re on time!
Get to Royal Station Hotel, Neville Street by train
It’s easy to find your Newcastle Upon Tyne Top-Up Training venue. In fact, it’s just around the corner from Newcastle Central Station.
Parking around Royal Station Hotel, Neville Street
If you’re driving to your Newcastle SIA Top-Up Training, and parking at the venue isn’t something you want to do, try the nearby Quayside Multistorey Car Park, on the A186, Newcastle Upon Tyne NE1 2HJ.
Food recommendations around Royal Station Hotel, Neville Street
There’s lots of choices of what to eat at your Top-Up Training venue, especially because you have the city centre all around you. If you’re looking for recommendations, try Pink Lane Coffee around the corner for sandwiches and a caffeine kick, or head to COOP Chicken House on Collingwood Street.