Security Officers Training Birmingham

Level 2 Qualification for Security Officers

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Level 2 Qualification for Security Officers

(Including Physical Intervention)

Why Attend this Security Officers Course?

The purpose of this course is to provide awareness of security issues to meet an increasing demand for more well-trained operatives in the security sector. It is an approved course for an SIA licence.

What are the benefits?

The course tells prospective employers that you have undergone a thorough and comprehensive Security Officer course and fully absorbed the knowledge and understanding to meet any demands.

The qualification is essential where the multiple tasks of Security Officers are ever changing and developing with a commensurate increase in the variety of duties and responsibilities. Likely security situations include criminal activity, terrorist attacks, general emergencies and public safety situations.

This Training Service course is highly participative with discussions and role plays. The Course Trainers are highly experienced and well qualified in the security industry.

When is it?

Courses are available at our Training Centres in Birmingham and London every week. Alternatively we can come to your workplace (for a maximum of 12 delegates) at dates to suit you and your team.

Who is the course for?

The Award is suitable for those who work, or want to work, as:

  • Hospital Security Officer
  • Factory Security Officer
  • School/College Security Officer
  • Shopping Mall/Retail Security Officer
  • Public Building Security Officer
  • Contract Security Officer

What are the entry requirements?

There are no set pre-course requirements however basic levels of English literacy and numeracy are assumed.

How long is the course?

4 days

How is it assessed?

By three multiple choice examinations and one practical exam

Security Guarding

Unless your employer or company has been given an exemption under Section 4(4) of the Private Security Industry Act 2001, it is a criminal offence to undertake the licensable activities of a security guard without an SIA licence.