The Award in Door Supervision is aimed at learners who wish to work as door supervisors and who require a qualification in order to apply for a Security Industry Authority (SIA) licence.
This qualification will develop your knowledge and understanding of the role of the door supervisor within the private security industry.
Courses are planned to run in:
Courses will be delivered at Broomfield Hall campus.
You must be over 18, have good communication and literacy skills and be able to complete an online assessment independently without support. You must also be physically capable of completing physical intervention training.
IMPORTANT: It is essential that you can provide the appropriate identification in order to enrol on this course. You must present sufficient forms of identification at enrolment. This may include photo identification, current utility bills or your birth certificate. You will also need to supply two passport photos at enrolment. You should enrol using your full name and apply for SIA licences with your full name to avoid identification errors. For further clarification, please contact us.
The course covers:
You will be assessed through a practical assessment of physical intervention techniques and online multiple choice exams.
There are no additional costs although you may wish to apply for your SIA licence in order to work in the security industry. You will be charged to resit if you fail to attend on your assessment date. Each re-sit will be charged at £50.
As part of the course, you should have suitable clothing to carry out practical activities, including indoor trainers and sports kits.
Having completed the Award in Door Supervision, you can apply for your SIA licence for employment in the security sector. Further training is also available at Derby College such as the:
Viewers of Channel Four’s British Army Girls may well remember former recruit Krystal Treadwell.
The ex-Derby College Public Services student was among a group of raw recruits filmed doing their basic training at the army’s Pirbright training centre in Surrey.
And as Krystal herself readily admits she had her fair share of share of ups and downs during what was a very demanding 14 weeks. The fly-on-the-wall documentary, aired in April, gave a fascinating insight into what is expected of the recruits as they prepare to pass out – and what it takes to become a British Army soldier.
Now an army chef, Krystal, who is from Chaddesden, took further army training after Pirbright and is now preparing to go on a six week tour of duty to Africa – her first overseas tour.
And, although she found initial training hard going at times, she is pleased she took the Public Services course at Broomfield before joining up. She especially enjoyed the map reading part of her course, which involved training at Drum Hill near Derby. Krystal found that already having had some navigational experience helped her on army exercises.
I’m glad I went to Derby College as it set me up nicely for going in the army. The Public Services course is good for your fitness when you’re getting ready to go into the armed forces and all the volunteering you do at college looks great on your CV.