Security – Door Supervision

InstructorPauline Bygrave
TypeOnsite Course
DateOct 19, 2015 - Oct 22, 2015
PlaceFFOP Training Center Moss Side
Seat12/12
Price£175£150
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Paying for courseEligible for funding

Course Description

The role of a Door Supervisor is extremely demanding so it is vital that you receive the best quality SIA Door Supervisor Training available before you begin your new career. Once you successfully complete a Door Supervisor course you will be able to apply for a SIA Door Supervisor Licence. It is a legal requirement that you have SIA licence training and a valid SIA Licence before you start working in the private security industry in the UK

The course is a week long intense course, using a variety of teaching methods to give you an insight into the private security industry through role-play and scenario based activities. You will be required to do some home study to prepare for the exams.
Assessment will be covered through Examination and Observation.

NO Funding is currently available for this course, only paying students

This is an Edexcel BTEC Level 2 Award in Door Supervision (QCF). It is designed for people who want to work as door supervisors and require a licence to practise. The qualification is endorsed by the Security Industry Authority (SIA) and learners who have completed it successfully can then apply to the SIA for a licence.

The Units Covered by the course

Common Security Industry Knowledge

  • Session 1: Awareness of the Law in the Private Security Industry
  • Session 2: Health and Safety for the Private Security Operative
  • Session 3: Fire Safety Awareness
  • Session 4: Emergency Procedures
  • Session 5: The Private Security Industry
  • Session 6: Communication Skills and Customer Care

Conflict Management Module

  • Session 1: Avoiding Conflict and Reducing Personal Risk
  • -Session 2: Defusing Conflict
  • -Session 3: Resolving and Learning from Conflict
  • -Session 4b: Application of Communication Skills and Conflict Management for Door Supervisors

Door Supervisor Specialist Module

  • -Session 1: Behavioural Standards
  • -Session 2: Civil and Criminal Law
  • -Session 3: Searching
  • -Session 4: Arrest
  • -Session 5: Drugs Awareness
  • -Session 6: Recording Incidents and Crime Preservation
  • -Session 7: Licensing Law
  • -Session 8: Emergency Procedures
  • -Session 9: Dealing with Vulnerable Individuals
  • -Session 10:Dealing with Queues and Crowds

Physical Intervention Skills Module

  • Session 1: Introduction to Physical Skills
  • Session 2: Disengagement Techniques
  • Session 3: Escorting Technique

Frequently Asked Questions about this course

Learners should have minimum language skills equivalent to the following;

  • a B1 level qualification on the Home Office’s list of recognised
  • English tests and qualifications
  • an ESOL qualification at (Level 1) on the Ofqual register taken in
  • England, Wales or Northern Ireland
  • an ESOL qualification at Scottish Credit and Qualifications
  • Framework level 5 awarded by the Scottish Qualifications
  • Authority (SQA) and taken in Scotland
  • Functional Skills Level 1 in English
  • SQA Core Skills in Communication at Scottish Credit and
  • Qualifications Framework level 5
  • Essential Skills Wales Communication Level 1

The course is a week long intense course, using a variety of teaching methods to give you an insight into the private security industry through role-play and scenario based activities. You will be required to do some home study to prepare for the exams.
Assessment will be covered through Examination and Observation.


At the end of successful training you will be awarded an Edexel BTEC Level 2 Certificate


The overall grading is a pass, based upon the successful completion of the minimum credit.
Learners must pass four mandatory units to achieve the Edexcel BTEC Level 2 Award in Door Supervission (QCF).
Unit 1: Security Industry Knowledge, Unit 2: Door Supervisor Specialist Module and Unit 3: Conflict Management for the Private Security Industry are assessed by means of tests that are set and marked by Edexcel and administered by our centre. The tests provide the only necessary assessment for these units.
Unit 4: Physical Intervention Skills for the Private Security Industry is internally assessed, involving a mix of demonstration of practical skills and knowledge assessment.


Leaners must attend all 4 days of schedulled training


On successful completion of this qualification, you can progress to or within employment and/or continue your study in the same, or related, vocational area. You can work as a Door Supervisor


  1. managing crowds to avoid crushing and queue jumping
  2. making sure people are keeping to the dress code
  3. asking for proof of age or identification
  4. searching people or bags for prohibited items like weapons
  5. collecting tickets form people coming in
  6. patrolling inside and outside the venue
  7. watching people’s behaviour and dealing with conflict
  8. restraining and escorting people out of the venue, if necessary
  9. dealing with emergencies
  10. supervising people as they leave the building
  11. co-operating with police, first aiders and management.

After completing the course you can apply for the SIA Lisence from the Security Industry Association, all the information is available on the website.


To Book you can call us on

0161 226 1247

Learners should have minimum language skills equivalent to the following;

  • a B1 level qualification on the Home Office’s list of recognised English tests and qualifications
  • an ESOL qualification at (Level 1) on the Ofqual register taken in England, Wales or Northern Ireland
  • an ESOL qualification at Scottish Credit and Qualifications Framework level 5 awarded by the Scottish Qualifications Authority (SQA) and taken in Scotland
  • Functional Skills Level 1 in English
  • SQA Core Skills in Communication at Scottish Credit and Qualifications Framework level 5
  • Essential Skills Wales Communication Level 1

The Units Covered by the course

Common Security Industry Knowledge

  • Session 1: Awareness of the Law in the Private Security Industry
  • Session 2: Health and Safety for the Private Security Operative
  • Session 3: Fire Safety Awareness
  • Session 4: Emergency Procedures
  • Session 5: The Private Security Industry
  • Session 6: Communication Skills and Customer Care

Conflict Management Module

  • Session 1: Avoiding Conflict and Reducing Personal Risk
  • -Session 2: Defusing Conflict
  • -Session 3: Resolving and Learning from Conflict
  • -Session 4b: Application of Communication Skills and Conflict Management for Door Supervisors

Door Supervisor Specialist Module

  • -Session 1: Behavioural Standards
  • -Session 2: Civil and Criminal Law
  • -Session 3: Searching
  • -Session 4: Arrest
  • -Session 5: Drugs Awareness
  • -Session 6: Recording Incidents and Crime Preservation
  • -Session 7: Licensing Law
  • -Session 8: Emergency Procedures
  • -Session 9: Dealing with Vulnerable Individuals
  • -Session 10:Dealing with Queues and Crowds

Physical Intervention Skills Module

  • Session 1: Introduction to Physical Skills
  • Session 2: Disengagement Techniques
  • Session 3: Escorting Technique

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Frequently Asked Questions


  1. managing crowds to avoid crushing and queue jumping
  2. making sure people are keeping to the dress code
  3. asking for proof of age or identification
  4. searching people or bags for prohibited items like weapons
  5. collecting tickets form people coming in
  6. patrolling inside and outside the venue
  7. watching people’s behaviour and dealing with conflict
  8. restraining and escorting people out of the venue, if necessary
  9. dealing with emergencies
  10. supervising people as they leave the building
  11. co-operating with police, first aiders and management.

This course £150.00, discounts may be available for group bookings. NO Funding is Available for this Course

Door Supervission

The Job
As a door supervisor, one of your main duties would be to check the suitability of people entering your venue. This could include checking that the person is not underage or carrying any harmful substances or objects, such as drugs or weapons. You would decide who gains entry and be responsible for refusing entry to anyone you considered unacceptable.
Your duties could also include:

  • managing crowds to avoid crushing and queue jumping
  • making sure people are keeping to the dress code
  • asking for proof of age or identification
  • searching people or bags for prohibited items like weapons
  • collecting tickets form people coming in
  • patrolling inside and outside the venue
  • watching people’s behaviour and dealing with conflict
  • restraining and escorting people out of the venue, if necessary
  • dealing with emergencies
  • supervising people as they leave the building
  • co-operating with police, first aiders and management.

To book for the course please check the course dates booking button above or ring us on 0161 232 1716

0161 226 1247