SECURITY COURSES

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HIGHFIELD LEVEL 2 AWARD FOR DOOR SUPERVISORS IN THE PRIVATE SECURITY INDUSTRY

Any business selling alcohol, including small pubs, retailers, large nightclubs, cafés, restaurants, hotels and sports facilities may need trained security staff qualified as door supervisors who hold an SIA licence. A level 2 award for door supervisors in the private security industry qualification is required by law for an individual to apply for a SIA licence to work as a door supervisor.

Topics include:

• The main characteristics of the private security industry

• The importance of safe working practices

• Drug-misuse legislation

• Issues and procedures relevant to the role of a door supervisor

• Licensing law

• Queue management

• How to recognise, assess and reduce risk in conflict situations

• Physical interventions and the implications of their use

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HIGHFIELD LEVEL 2 AWARD FOR DOOR SUPERVISORS IN THE PRIVATE SECURITY INDUSTRY (TOP UP)

Any business selling alcohol, including small pubs, retailers, large nightclubs, cafés, restaurants, hotels and sports facilities may need trained security staff qualified as door supervisors who hold an SIA licence. This is designed for learners who currently hold a licence from the Security Industry Authority (SIA) to work as a door supervisor and need to be brought up to date with the new licence-linked qualification requirements.

Topics include:

• Terror threats and the role of the security operative in the event of a threat

• Use of equipment relevant to a door supervisor

• Actions to take in relation to global (or critical) incidents

• Physical interventions and the implications of their use

• The risks associated with using physical intervention

• How to reduce the risks associated with physical intervention

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HIGHFIELD LEVEL 2 AWARD FOR SECURITY OFFICERS IN THE PRIVATE SECURITY INDUSTRY

Any business conducting guarding activity to secure a building or site may need trained security staff qualified as security officers who hold a SIA licence. A level 2 award for security officers in the private security industry qualification is required by law for an individual to apply for a SIA-licence to work as a security guard.


Topics include:

• The main characteristics of the private security industry

• The importance of safe working practices

• Roles and responsibilities of security officers

• Issues and procedures relevant to the role of a security officer

• How to conduct effective search procedures

• Queue management

• Problem-solving techniques when resolving conflict

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HIGHFIELD LEVEL 2 AWARD FOR SECURITY OFFICERS IN THE PRIVATE SECURITY INDUSTRY (TOP UP)

Any business conducting guarding activity to secure a building or site may need trained security staff qualified as security officers who hold an SIA licence. It is designed for learners who currently hold a licence from the Security Industry Authority (SIA) to work as a security officer and need to be brought up to date with the new licence linked qualification requirements.


Topics include:

• Terror threats and the role of the security operative in the event of a threat

• Minimising risk to personal safety

• Actions to take in relation to global (or critical) incidents

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HIGHFIELD LEVEL 3 AWARD IN THE SAFE USE OF MECHANICAL RESTRAINTS (HANDCUFFS) (RQF)

The Highfield Level 3 Award in the Safe use of Mechanical Restraints (Handcuffs) (RQF) has been developed to prepare learners for employment and/or support a role in the workplace.


This qualification is aimed at learners who are SIA licence to practice qualified security and safety staff, along with civil enforcement and communicate safety accredited persons. This programme covers the law and legislation surrounding the use of mechanical restraints (handcuffs) and teaches learners the safe and effective use of mechanical restraints (handcuffs).

Topics covered:

The programme covers the law and legislation surrounding the use of mechanical restraints and teaches learners the safe and effective use of mechanical restraints