LEVEL 2 AWARD IN DOOR SUPERVISION WITHIN THE PRIVATE SECURITY INDUSTRY (QCF)
PURPOSE AND AIM OF QUALIFICATION
The LASER Level 2 Award in Door Supervision (QCF) meets the training and licensing requirements of the Security Industry Authority (SIA) which regulates the sector under the terms of the Private Security Industry Act 2001.
The qualification is one of a series of licence linked security qualifications that has come after a period of review by the SIA and the industry competencies and therefore meets their requirements for a licence linked qualification.
The qualification is particularly suitable for new entrants to the industry, who require a licence and have no previous award/qualification which confers full or partial exemption.
AWARDING BODY: Laser Learning Awards is the lead body accountable to the regulators for Trident Awards.
FEES: £ 149.99
DURATION: At Saxon Academy of Learning the duration of the course is 4 days (Thursday-Sunday).
CERTIFICATE DELIVERY TIME: Certificates are available within 10-15 working days.
There are no specific restrictions on learner entry; however learners will need to demonstrate competence in the use of the English language (both oral and written); read and interpret given tasks leading to answers that are clear, logical and understandable. They will need to be able to make decisions based on underpinning knowledge.
Learners must be a minimum of 18 years of age to undertake the qualification, in line with the minimum age for an SIA licence.
RULES OF COMBINATION
The learner must successfully complete the four mandatory units to be awarded the full qualification.
- Working in the Private Security Industry
- Working as a Door Supervisor
- Conflict Management within the Private Security Industry
- Physical Intervention Skills within the Private Security Industry
The qualification requires 38 hours of guided learning that is teacher-supervised or directed study time. SIA stipulate that 30 of the 38 hours are designated as contact time in the presence of a tutor or trainer or during an assessment.
Assessments are externally set by Trident, against the requirements detailed in the learning outcomes and assessment criteria for each unit.
Completed externally set multi choice examinations are submitted by the Centre for external marking, with results issued by Trident to the Centre.
The assessment of the Physical Intervention Skills for the Private Security Industry unit is through knowledge testing and practical skills assessment, consisting of an externally set and internally marked short answer written test and an externally set and internally marked practical observation examination.