About the course

Overview

Door supervisors are responsible for protecting the public. Door Supervisors interact with the public, work flexible hours and are responsible for the safety of others. These jobs require training and a licence to practice.
Who is this course for?
This course is for designed for people who wish to get a security job in the retail and leisure sector and require a licence to practice.
What will you get out of it?
After completing this course, you will have the skills and certificates necessary to get a job as a door supervisor.
What will you learn?
Private security industry tools, including:
  • Door supervision licence.
  • Working in the private security industry.
  • Conflict measurement.
  • Physical Interaction Training.
  • Team leading skills giving you the knowledge and personal attributes you need to become a team leader.

Subjects

  • Working as a door supervisor
  • Working in the private security industry and conflict management
  • Team leading skills giving you the knowledge and personal attributes you need to become a team leader

TRAINING AND QUALIFICATIONS 

Training and qualifications will cover a range of subjects. These will differ depending on your training centre and may include:

• Level 1 Certificate in Personal Development for Employability
• Level 2 Certificate in Customer Service
• Level 2 Certificate in Hospitality and Catering Principles
• Level 2 Award in Door Supervision
Plus additional certificates that may include: Level 1 & 2 Health & Safety; Level 2 Fire Safety; Level 2 Manual Handling; Level 2 Conflict Management; Retail.
Learners will be informed of the exact qualifications upon starting the course.

Assessments days

Book an assessment online or for further information please get in touch directly.

Assessments take place at Free2Learn Hackney at 10:00am and 2:00pm every Tuesday and Thursday.

Attending our courses is absolutely free. To get a place, you first need to register for an Assessment Day below at one of our training centres. Just pick the most convenient place and time for you, and then turn up with your documents.

  • Proof of ID: passport or birth certificate
  • Proof of benefits: JSA award letter from JCP or bank statement showing your JSA payment not older than 2 months
  • Proof of address

Once you have successfully passed the initial assessment, you will be invited to enrol onto the course. We will notify you and confirm your course details and start date. This course is currently full so you will be put on a waiting list.

Elegibility requirements

In order to qualify for these free courses, you need to be:
 – Over 19 years old.
 – Unemployed. Currently receiving JSA, ESA (Wrag) or Universal Credit.
 – Resident in the UK or EU for the past 3 years with the right to work in the UK.
– Criminal record checks will apply
– Other eligibility criteria may apply