SecurityWith the devastating attack on Westminster Bridge, the private security industry has a very important role as part of the extended police family, to help create and maintain safer communities. Security is everyoneÃ¢s business. If we are to combat terrorism it means there needs to be a community response and this involves understanding the terrorist threat and the role civic bodies play in making our communities resilient.
Safer Workforce training is playing its part by developing a terrorism awareness course modelled on the National Counter Terrorism Security Advisor Project Griffin course. This one day level 2 courses will help business owners, community leaders, security officers, door supervisors, managers and anyone interested in protecting their community to understand the threat and develop risk mitigation strategies to protect staff, customers and general public from Paris or Germany type attacks.
Safer Workforce Training also provides specific licensed liked qualifications for those working as Door supervisors, security officers, CCTV operatives and those intending to and/or currently working in the private security industry but needing to obtain a license in a different sector.
CCTV for security managers and supervisorsDuration: 2 Days
This course is specifically designed for security managers and supervisors, and anyone taking responsibility for CCTV control rooms, legislation and operators. This course equips participants with knowledge of current legislation, ensuring that the CCTV systems are being used in compliance with the law. .
Counter Terrorism AwarenessDuration: 1 day
An ideal course for security managers, supervisors, door supervisors, security officers and anyone in business that is responsible for monitoring the threat of terrorism and risk management. .
LAW for those working in the private security industryDuration: 1 day
This course is designed for those people who have to deal with HR issues, shoplifters, young people, discipline procedures and any other areas where an in depth understanding of law, legislation, human rights and PACE (Police And Criminal Evidence) is required..
SIA Level 2 working as a CCTV Operative (Public Spaces Surveillance)Duration: 3 days
A course that provides all the necessary skills and knowledge required for the application of an SIA licence as a CCTV Operator. All individuals wishing to work in the private security industry must undertake a recognised qualification covering codes of practice, legislation and CCTV (PSS) techniques before applying for a licence .
SIA Level 2 working as a Door SupervisorDuration: 4 days
Any new or returning entrant to the door security industry will need to undertake the required SIA training including; communication skills and customer care, health and safety, escorting techniques and conflict management. Since 2004 this course has become mandatory before making an application for an SIA licence. .
SIA Level 2 Working as a Security OfficerDuration: 3 days
As with other security positions it is now mandatory that any person planning to apply for an SIA licence must complete the required national qualification prior to application. This course informs you with industry knowledge such as effective patrolling, communication, report writing and conflict resolution..