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SIA LICENCE SECURITY GUARD TRAINING


Security is everywhere you go, there is somebody guarding the front desk at the bank, the parking lot at a church might have a security guard patrolling it. Security guards perform many of the same tasks as Door Supervisors, with the main difference being that a security guard does not take the same front line role that a Door Supervisor does. However, the tasks of a security guard are equally significant for ensuring that there is a nonviolent, peaceful and secure atmosphere wherever they are employed.

To become a security guard you need specialized skills and the will to take responsibility. Many people who go into law enforcement can use the experience of being a security guard as a bridge to help them further their career

Security Guard Training Course at Training Track

At Training Track, we offer the Edexcel BTEC Award in Security Guarding and this qualification is designed for people who require a licence to practise in order to work as a contracted security guard. Successful completion of the qualification will enable learners to apply for a licence to practise, which will permit them to work in any part of the United Kingdom.

The Edexcel BTEC Award in Security Guarding is a 26 guided learning hour (GLH) qualification that consists of three mandatory units

  1. Working In The Private Security Industry
  2. Working As A Security Officer
  3. Conflict Management For Private Security Industry


Working In The Private Security Industry
Unit aim and Purpose
This unit is intended for people who want to work in the private security industry and who require an SIA licence to practise.

It covers those areas of content that are common across different sub-sectors: door supervision, security guarding, CCTV operations, vehicle immobilisation, and cash and valuables in transit. Furthermore, this unit covers the areas of understanding and knowledge that are common across the security industry. Firstly, learners will be taught about the context in which the private security industry operates and opportunities within it. They will also learn about the key legislation that applies across the industry and about how to keep themselves and others safe in the workplace, both in routine and emergency situations. Finally, they will learn about those aspects of communication skills and customer care that will be key to their future roles.

Working as a Security Officer
Unit aim and purpose
This unit is intended for people who want to work in the private security industry and who require an SIA licence to practise. It covers the knowledge and understanding for areas that are relevant to the role of a security officer.

This unit covers the specialist knowledge and understanding required to become a licensed security officer. Generic knowledge that applies across different parts of the security industry is covered in Unit 1: Working in the Private Security Industry and in Unit 3: Conflict Management for the Private Security Industry. In Unit 2, learners will be taught about the role of a security officer, which will include the importance of, and reasons for, patrolling as well as about access and egress control. They will also learn about how and when to conduct searches and about the range of technology and equipment that will help them perform their duties. Security officers need to know about the law and learners will therefore be taught about the powers available to them when the law is broken as well as other related issues, such as types of evidence and crime scene preservation. Finally, they will learn about record keeping, including incident reports and notebook usage.

Conflict Management For Private Security Industry
Unit aim and purpose
This unit is intended for door supervisors, security officers and vehicle immobilisers who require an SIA licence to practise and covers knowledge and understanding of conflict management.

This unit covers how to avoid and manage conflict situations across the security industry. It is better if potential conflict can be avoided altogether, so learners will be taught about ways of doing this. They will also learn about how to manage conflict that does arise, particularly ways of assessing risk to themselves and about how to behave in a way that will defuse the situation. Once a situation has been defused, the next stage is about solving problems and learners will be taught about the strategies that they can use to do this. They will also learn about post-incident considerations, such as sources of support and why it is important to share good practice.

Qualification Overview:

 Qualification Level Price Range (Exclusively Online) Guided Learning Hours
 Level 2 Award From 149 To 199 GBP 26 Hours Recomended
 Age Requirement Results Availability Awarding Body
 Minimum 18 Years 10 Working Days From Exam
 Edexcel/BIIAB/SQA




We offer SIA Licensed Security Guard / Security officer training course in London Birmingham Leeds Glasgow Sheffield Bradford Liverpool Manchester Edinburgh Nottingham and Aberdeen, please check our book now section for available dates in your area.


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TOPICS COVERED

Core Learning for Common Security Industry Knowledge
  • Awareness of the Law in the Private Security Industry
  • Health and Safety for the Private Security Operative 
  • Fire Safety Awareness
  • Emergency Procedures
  • The Private Security Industry
  • Communication Skills and Customer Care
Security Guarding Specialist Module
  • Introduction to the Roles and Responsibilities of Security Officers 
  • Patrolling
  • Access and Egress Control
  • Searching
  • Technology and Systems in the Security Enviroment
  • The Security Officer and The Law
  • Communicating, Reporting and Record Keeping
Conflict Management Module
  • Avoiding Conflict and Reducing Personal Risk
  • Defusing Conflict
  • Resolving and Learning from Conflict
  • Application of Communication Skills and Conflict Management for Security Guarding and Close Protection

WHY CHOOSE US

  • SIA approved security training by UK's Top Trainers.
  • Quick Results and Comprehensive Weekdays & Weekends Training Programs.
  • Frequent Training Programs throughout the month
  • SIA Approved Security Guard Licence Training  in London Birmingham Leeds Glasgow Sheffield Bradford Liverpool Manchester Edinburgh Nottingham and Aberdeen.
  • Dedicated, Professional & Multilingual Support Team.
  • Guidance and Help throughout the licensing process.
  • Through our vast network of recruiters we also help you in finding a relevant job.
Our Courses:
Door Supervisor Training : CCTV Training : Security Guard Training : SCPLH Training : Physical Intervention : First Aid Training : Emergency First Aid At Work :
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