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BIIAB Award in Door Supervision (Scotland) Units 3 & 4

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STUDY OPTIONS

Part-time

DESCRIPTION

This programme is designed to meet the needs of the learners who require a qualification which will enable them to apply for a Security Industry Authority (SIA) Licence for Door Supervisors. The qualification is based on the SIA Specifications for Learning and Qualifications (2009), which covers the necessary understanding and skills required by individuals who work to provide a more secure leisure environment.

This course is delivered by a Trainer at a College site. This provides you with all the resources and facilities you will need to complete all of the training requirements as well as any assessment to allow for certification.

You are also required to provide proof of identity prior to undertaking any examinations, please contact the Information and Booking Centre for further details.  If you have an enquiry about your SIA License please call the SIA direct on 08702 430 100 or visit http://www.the-sia.org.uk/information/contact_us/

The Course is assessed by 3 Multiple Choice exams and an observation for the Physical Intervention element.

You are also required to complete unit 1 & 2 in order to apply for an SIA Licence.  

COURSE CONTENT

Unit 3 - Conflict Management for the Private Security Industry
Unit 4 - Physical Intervention Skills for the Private Security Industry

 

NOTE: You are required to undertake and pass all 4 of the BIIAB Award in Door Supervision units in order to apply for an SIA Licence

 

BIIAB Award in Door Supervision(Scotland) Unit 1 & 2

ENTRY REQUIREMENTS OR GUIDANCE REQUIRED

There are no formal entry requirements for this course.  Although candidates should complete Units 1 and 2 first.

CERTIFICATION

On successful completion of all 4 units candidates will be awarded a BIIAB Award in Door Supervision (Scotland).

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION I.E. MATERIALS, EQUIPMENT ETC

You are required to complete Physical intervention training, as with any such training there is always an element of risk involved, therefore when completing this training you are required to wear loose clothing e.g. track suit bottoms and t-shirt, also appropriate footwear such as trainers/soft shoes. It is also crucial that during this training you must adhere to the tutors safety instructions and requests in order to minimise the risk of accidents.

If you have any concerns about your health and fitness to participate in this Training, please contact Joy Aiken on 01224 612343.

TO BOOK THIS COURSE

Or complete this application form and send it to the following address:

The Admissions Manager

North East Scotland College
FREEPOST AB580
Aberdeen City Campus
Gallowgate
Aberdeen AB25 1BN

 

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