SIA Changes to Security Licence to Practise Qualifications

More Info On The SIA Changes For Security Licence to Practise Qualifications From April 2021

As you are aware there are changes coming into effect from the 1st April with regard to the SIA License Linked Qualifications and I have just had the following email from Pearsons; our Awarding organisation, so I thought that I’d share it with you in case you hadn’t heard anything. You Can Download The New Specifications From Here If you’d … Read more

The Qualifications & Competence You Need To Run The EFAW Course

The Qualifications & Competence You Need To Run The EFAW Course

Many trainers who currently deliver SIA license linked qualifications through their respective Awarding Organisations (AO), may now be considering also running the 1 x day Emergency First Aid at Work (EFAW) course. This is because as of April 2020, all learners attending all SIA license to practice award course will have to provide evidence of having attended a 1 x … Read more

SIA Changes For Door Supervisors and Security Guards From 1st April 2021

SIA Changes For Door Supervisors and Security Guards From April 2021

The SIA (Security Industry Authority) has announced changes to Door Supervisors and Security Guard Professionals training and the new specifications can be downloaded from this Dropbox Link – https://www.dropbox.com/sh/9st7u9vygde5khv/AABb17zae_QVw9AuQmdCsOIya?dl=0. For new license applications this comes into effect from April 2021 and for license renewals the additional  ‘top-up training’ will come into effect from October this year (2021). Awarding organisations are … Read more

Injured Doorman Could Be Homeless By Christmas

Injured Doorman Could Be Homeless By Christmas

I’ve just received the following message on Facebook, with the permission to share it with you all.

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Is A Door Supervisor Covered if They Are Assaulted By A Member of The Public Whilst At Work [Video]

I recently put out a video entitled ‘Is a Door Supervisor Covered By Their Company Insurance if They Go To Assist Someone in The Street’ and we had some very interesting comments and feedback on that in the threads on Facebook and LinkedIn.

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