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 Reading.
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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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To become a Door Supervisor or Security Guard in any work place candidates must learn three primary skills: Door Supervisor, Conflict Management and Physical Intervention. The purpose of these training is to avoid growing risk of harm and prosecution, to face dangerous situations, to rescue, to learn escorting and holding skills. Get-Licensed ensures that all knowledge above will be taught once candidates follow the Supervisor and Security Guard course. Our training centers spread over all famous cities of England, so if you are looking for SIA training in Reading you can believe in the quality of Get Licensed courses.
Reading is a beautiful city and a major shopping centre in the Thames Valley and Southern England. The town hosts the headquarters of several British companies and UK offices of foreign multinationals, as well as major retailers. Working as a Door Supervisor or Security Guard officer in Reading is an exciting jobs. To support students getting jobs after training, classes at Get Licensed focus on the realities of Door Supervisor and Security Guard and the duties students can undertake. Teachers from Get Licensed’s SIA Training in Reading will teach real-life scenarios and work closely with each student until he or she gets the certificate and be ready for a standard security job in any workplace.
Training centre Address:
The Face Bar, Ambrose Place, Reading, Berkshire RG1 7JE
Tel: 0207 078 7259
Retail Security Guard (Qualification of Door Supervisor or Security Guard)
Door Supervisor (Qualification of Door Supervisor and First Aid)
Reading is a large town and unitary authority area in the ceremonial county of Berkshire, England. It is located in the Thames Valley at the confluence of the River Thames and River Kennet, and on both the Great Western Main Line railway and the M4 motorway. Reading is located 58 km east from Swindon, 39 km south from Oxford, 36 miles (58 km) west of central London, and 23 km north from Basingstoke.
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