Upskilling Door Supervisors

HABC Level 2 Award for  Upskilling a Door Supervisor within the Private Security Industry 
From 4 February 2013, all Door Supervisors with one of the older qualifications will need to pass the new 'Up-Skilling Door Supervisors' award before they are able to renew their SIA licence.

The Qualification is aimed at Door Supervisors who wish to further their knowledge and skills when dealing with incidents; it will enable you to defend yourself within the law. 

Door Supervisor Licence Renewals and Training
If you gained your Door Supervisor licence before June 2010 you will need to complete this additional training before you can renew your licence. If you do not complete the additional training but carry out the licensable activities you may be working illegally.

This course is currently being offered at £100 per delegate.

BBP Security are now offering the Maybo (Safer) Physical Intervention course for SIA licence holders.

BBP Security are approved to deliver as a Maybo centre for Safer PI

Upskilling course content course
Safety Awareness for Door Supervisors (knowledge  of counter -terrorism issues, first aid awareness and dealing young people)

Physical intervention course content
Physical intervention skills may be needed in some workplaces to manage challenging behaviour safely. Maybo's physical intervention skills are based on natural movements that do not rely on strength or aggression. These non-violent skills have been legally and medically reviewed and have earned considerable credibility across different sectors.

This module based training varies from disengagement tactics to more advanced rescue techniques, escorting methods through to holding skills. Throughout the course we will examine:
  • The requirement to use non-physical skills as far as possible
  • The law in relation to 'reasonable force' and 'self defence'
  • The value of assessing a situation before intervening
  • Using physical intervention as a last resort
  • Possible medical implications
  • The potential legal implications of the techniques
  • Disengagement techniques
  • Escorting and guiding skills
  • Holding skills

Supporting delegates
  • Recognised development - Every end user will be issued a Maybo certificate. In most cases the certificate will be accredited by an awarding body such as City & Guilds, BIIAB, BILD or Skills for Security.
  • Workbooks - All staff will receive individual training records and high quality workbooks. Where more than one programme is undertaken special document wallets are provided to store the materials in.
  • Organisational support and blended learning - We will update and maintain records of all training carried out for your organisation through a bespoke on-line training management system. This will also enable us to provide feedback reports to your organisation.Through our special relationship with Maybo we can provide an extensive range of additional consultancy and learning support. In particular this can include access to on-line services which include pre-learning modules, staff surveys and workplace evaluations.
  • Rigour and protection - The training offers the underpinning rigour that is behind Maybo programmes. This includes comprehensive medical and legal reviews on the physical interventions. As a licensed organisation we commit to and undertake extensive quality assurance measures, including:
  • Organisational and tutor standards, including relevant qualifications, experience, insurance and operational policies
  • Training delivery development and annual refresher training with assessments
  • Evidencing continuing professional development and working to extensive licence conditions.
Prices from £100.00

contact or call 01902 428 485 to book on a Upskilling / PI course.
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