Level 2 Qualification for Door Supervisors (Including Physical Intervention)
The SIA Door Supervision training course allows candidates to work in licensed premises - such as clubs, bars, restaurants, casinos, hotels, supermarkets and on all sort of events held indoor and outdoor, i.e music concerts, football matches, etc. Door Supervisors can also work as Security Guards in places such as: airports, depots, shopping malls, warehouses, factories, building sites etc. The scope of work is wide and the work market offers a vast range of opportunities.
Course length: 5 days. (plus pre-course study). On confirmation of course booking a pre-course study pack will be issued to all attendees.
Examination: Multiple choice tests and Trainer assessed practicals
Instructor’s ratio: Minimum 1 instructor per every 12 students.
Delivery style: Fully practical and complying with operational standards.
What are the entry requirements?
Learners must be able to communicate in English (oral and written, this will be tested).
Learners must be 18 or over to undertake this qualification and apply for the necessary SIA licence to work.
1. Four passport-sized good quality colour photographs as normally specified for passports. Photographs should not be older than 30 days. There should be no headgear (except that worn for religious reasons) or sunglasses.
2. Loose clothing for the last day of the course.
3. Items of Identification:
1 Items from Group A and 2 from Group B below:
- Original valid passport (any Nationality)
- Original UK photo card driving licence
- Original UK paper driving licence
- Original Birth certificate issued within 12 months of date of birth
- Original Valid UK firearms licence
- P45 or P60
- Bank or Building Society statement issued to current address
- Utility Bill from current address e g Gas/ Electricity/ Telephone
- An addressed payslip (less than 3 months old)
- Non-original Birth Certificate issued later than 12 months after your date of birth
- Marriage Certificate
- Mortgage statement (issued within the last 12 months) or insurance policy at current address (less than 3 months)
- Financial statement e.g. Pension
- Multiple bills accepted from different service providers
- Certificate of British Nationality
- British work permit or Visa (issued within the last 12 months)
- Credit card statement from current address (less than 3 months)
- Any other document to prove current address e.g. NHS card, Vehicle registration document, exam certificate
- Child benefit book
- Court summons
- Letter from Inland Revenue/DWP/Employment service or local authority
- Original Valid EU photo identity card
VERY IMPORTANT NOTE: Failure to bring valid original, correct identification and photographs as specified will result in No examination!
This Qualification has now been replaced as of Jan 2015 with the specification which is 5 days in length