Employers are responsible for providing safe and healthy workplace conditions by implementing safe systems of work. In order for these systems to function correctly, employees need to have the right knowledge, attitude and understanding of their own responsibilities towards health and safety.
This one-day course is aimed at providing employees with a qualification to support your business maintain a safe environment for themselves, their colleagues and your customers. It is suitable for all employees.
This course is available to study in Classroom only.
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The course will allow you to study with us in Classroom based environment.
You will receive all of the course material and support from our qualified and experienced tutors. We will be giving you advice and helping you throughout your course to support your learning journey.
This course is suitable for new entrants or other security personnel who would like to widen their skills and be eligible to apply for a SIA Licence to work as a door supervisor within Private Security Industry. Once you have gained this qualification you would be able to work as a Door Supervisor in the UK and your employment chances will increase. Following are some reasons why people choose to do this course:
At Bright Learning centre, this course is delivered by our qualified and experienced tutors. We deliver this course to meet individual’s needs, therefore you can complete this course by the following method:
We deliver this course in classroom based environment only. It is 6 days course including first Aid qualification. Learners must attend all 6 days to gain this qualifcation.
You will be assessed on each course units seperately. Each unit will be assessed by a Multiple choice exam. For each question, you will have to choose the correct answer from 4 options provided to you.
All of the assessments will be conducted within the course duration. You will also writing evidential statement and completing the search scenario.
We understand that exams can be daunting or nervous for many candidates. Many candidates on the course have not sat an examination in a long time. The trainer on the course will equip you with all the knowledge needed to pass.
Getting health and safety right can improve the well being of your employees, reduces the number of lost hours to sick leave, lowers insurance premiums and minimises the risk of litigation
Successful candidates will receive a Level 2 Award in Door Supervision certificate from an awarding body within England and Wales who are currently recognised by Ofqual and Department for Education and Skills.
PEARSON is an Awarding Organisation recognised by the qualification regulators for England, Wales and Northern Ireland. The regulators are the Office of the Qualifications and Examinations Regulator (Ofqual) in England, the Welsh Government in Wales and the Council for Curriculum, Examinations and Assessment (CCEA) in Northern Ireland.
PEARSON aim to provide qualifications that meet the needs of industry. They are designed by leading professionals and delivered to centres and learners with integrity and compliance in mind.
Learners who will successfully complete Level 2 Award in working as Door Supervisor are eligible to work as Security guard or Door Supervisor. You will be able to work in Private Security Industry such as bars, pubs, clubs and other licenced premises at public events. The average salary for door supervisor is £17000 – £22000 per annum.
The duration for the course is 1 day.
This qualification is designed to provide learners with essential knowledge and understanding of the basic health and safety practices in the workplace.
The total time required to complete this qualification is 10 hours and out of this 6 hours is recommended as guided learning.
Upon successful completion of the course, you will receive a certificate confirming the achievement of a Level 2 Award in Health and Safety in the Workplace. This is a nationally recognised qualification accredited by Ofqual in the Qualifications and Credit Framework (QCF).
The course is assessed by a multiple-choice examination. This includes a 30-question multiple-choice examination (45 minutes). The exam will be given either on-screen (via PCs) or paper-based. The answers of the students are marked by the British Safety Council. The pass mark is 20 out of 30.
The exam results and certificates are issued within two working days.
This qualification does not lead directly to employment but can be a part of the training/induction programme for employees, works experience students, or apprentices.