Choosing the right SIA training course for you will depend on the roles you are wanting to work in but we know that making the decision isn’t always easy. If you aren’t sure which SIA course is right for you this video will give you an overview of licenses and roles within the security industry to help you find the right SIA course in London-Central.
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As well as an SIA licence, to work within the security industry, you will need the relevant training. What training you need depends on what role within the security industry you wish to work in.
Door Supervisor and Security Guard Training Course
The Door Supervisor Training Course is required to obtain a SIA Door Supervisor Licence. This allows you to work in the private security industry as a Door Supervisor or Security Guard. Door Supervisors usually work at licenced premises but can work in a wide variety of roles including static guarding, manned guarding and key holding positions.
CCTV Training Course
The CCTV course is a legal requirement to obtain the CCTV Licence which enables you to work as a CCTV operator. CCTV Operators usually work in a control room which is connected to a wide array of camera footage and are responsible for monitoring and observing behaviour and suspect activity.
Close Protection Training Course
Obtaining a Close Protection qualification is the first step towards obtaining an SIA Licence to work as a Close Protection Officer. The Close Protection training course covers a broad range of skills, from threat assessment, operational planning and reconnaissance, to vehicle techniques, search procedures and close protection teamwork, and is the first step into becoming a Close Protection Officer.
Dog Handler Training Course
The NASDU (Level 2) dog handler course covers the basic skills and knowledge required to work as a general purpose Security Dog Handler.
The Door Supervisor Licence is the most versatile licence in the industry as it allows you to work as a Door Supervisor but also as a Security Guard in a retail environment.
On the Door Supervisor training course, you will learn a variety of skills, including conflict management and how to defuse a potential high-risk situation. You will also go over how to search members of the public, to what to look for when profiling a member of the public.
Passing the Door Supervisor course allows you to apply for a SIA licence to get you working in the security Industry.
You will learn how to work as a Door Supervisor and a Security Guard and uphold security procedures and regulations on the Door Supervisor Training Course.
One of the great things about working in the security sector, is the possibility to build upon your existing skills and acquire much sought-after opportunities. Most people that start out within the security industry might find themselves working as a Door Supervisor or a Retail security guard, however, CCTV operating is highly flexible and can open even more doors.
AS A CCTV Operator you will be performing a variety of tasks, most notably watching and studying live images sent from closed-circuit television cameras to spot and prevent crimes, accidents and incidents.
You will learn how to operate a CCTV camera and how to spot potential criminal and suspicious behaviour on the CCTV Training Course.
Acting as a Close Protection operative means you will provide physical protection to a client shielding them from potential harm and getting them to safety as quickly as possible. A principal could be anyone from a VIP, celebrity or even someone with a high net worth like a business person.
There are various forms of common threat which a Close Protection Operative include: violence, hostile confrontation and acts of terrorism.
You will learn how to be a Close Protection Operative and how to protect a client in a potential hazardous section on the Close Protection Training Course.
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Nowadays security demands in London are high because it is the biggest and most famous cities in England. Among many Security training options, choosing a SIA Training courses in London-Central may be tough, especially PTLLS Training, Door Supervisor and City and Guilds - PTLLS-6302 classes. As the No.1 security training provider in U.K., Get-Licensed offers high-quality courses that help students learn the essential skills and standards of security jobs.
Get Licensed’s SIA Training in London provides classes like: Door Supervisor, Security Guard Training, CCTV Training, Top-up Training for Door Supervisors, Advanced PI & Handcuff, Emergency First Aid at Work and APLH - Personal Licence, PTLLS -"Preparing to Teach in the Lifelong Learning Sector.” These classes help candidates to achieve the right standards of Security Industry in the United Kingdom.
Once you follow Get Licensed’s SIA Training in London-Central, you will benefit from a great support network of experienced tutors, mentors, alumni, workshops and online help. Our students practice side by side with the experts and practitioners in the field to become door supervisors, CCTV officers and even security trainers.
In 2014, Get Licensed offers the following SIA Training courses in London-Central:
· Door Supervisor and Security Guard Training
· Top-up Training for Door Supervisors
· Emergency First Aid at Work
· APLH - Personal Licence Course
· Advanced PI and Handcuff Training
· City and Guilds - PTLLS-6302
· CCTV Training
These SIA courses in London central equip people who attend them to provide a broad range of security services, giving a global overview of the principles and finer points of security provision. The courses cover such a broad syllabus that the qualification given at the end has been well and truly earned and reflects that the individual who has gained it has an understanding of all the questions surrounding their chosen field of employment.
At the end of the SIA courses in London central, candidates step into an industry where work is rarely difficult to come by. When you consider the sheer volume of pubs, clubs, arenas, shopping centres and other places with public appeal that attract vast crowds, and that each of these will require coverage from at least a few members of security staff, the scope for employment for a security worker is easy to assume from this. There will always be opportunities for security workers when the proliferation of public spaces is so high, the volume of these spaces is so massive, and the desire from some people to create problems is in evidence – a situation that persists today, and will simply continue in that vein. There are jobs with higher salaries, but few of them have the scope for working so many hours and once you have worked in the industry for a period, there is scope for further career steps should you carve out a reputation as a trustworthy, reliable security worker.
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London College of Scholars, 114-115 Tottenham Court Road, Midford Pl, London, W1T 5AH
Tel: 0207 078 7259
· Retail Security Guard (Security Guard or Door Supervisor qualification)
· Door Supervisor (Door Supervisor and First Aid )
· Security Supervisor (Security Guarding First Aid and CCTV )
· Head Door Supervisor ( Door Supervisor Head Door, Supervisor CCTV, First Aid Physical Intervention Handcuff Training )
· Security Instructors, Teachers (Teachers Training Conflict, Management Physical Intervention, First Aid Instructor Level 3 Physical Intervention
Scottie - February 21, 2013
VERY GOOD TRAINING PROVIDER AT LONDON HAYES AND SOUTHALL , TRAINER WAS EXCELLENT AND MADE THE TRAINING FUN CANNOT PRAISE THIS TRAINING PROVIDER ENOUGH.I WOULD LIKE TO THANK ALL THE GUYS DOWN AT THE TRAINING CENTRE IN SOUTHALL ON THE TRAINING YOU HAVE GIVEN ME
JJConnor - October 17,2012
Attended London course and really enjoyed the training although the days were long and they are pretty serious about being on time - One guy got kicked off the course for showing up an hour late. The trainer was awesome, heaps of experience and kept it entertaining. I passed my exam first time and so did the 2 guys I did the course with. Got my results within 5 days. Will definitely be back to do my advanced physical intervention once I have the cash.
London is the UK’s capital city and one of the world’s most famous and popular tourist destinations. A hive for sight seers, day trippers and night-clubbers such as London will have an overwhelming number and huge variety of music venues, shopping centres, licensed premises and an array of other destinations for crowds of people who pour into the city from all over the world. The incredible spread of places in the city where someone can go to have a good time is an obvious boost to the economy and to the industries concerned, however there is an inevitable downside to this situation. This is the fact that wherever there are large crowds of people, there will be some individuals who will be only too happy to take advantage of the huge and endlessly refreshing supply of fresh wallets, strangers and personal possessions that pass through.
Central London is the innermost part of London, England. Central London comprises Camden, Islington, Kensington and Chelsea, Lambeth, Southwark, Wandsworth and Westminster. It has a 2001 population of 1,525,000, and is described as "a unique cluster of vitally important activities including central government offices, headquarters and embassies, the largest concentration of London's financial and business services sector and the offices of trade, professional bodies, institutions, associations, communications, publishing, advertising and the media".
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