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Door Supervisor
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- The Door Supervisor course is run in accordance with the BS 7960 (click here for more information).

Door Supervisor Training Course

If you are looking to work in the Security industry as a Security Guard or a Door Supervisor, this is the right course for you. Obtaining the Level 2 Door Supervisor qualification is the first step towards getting an SIA Licence to work in the security industry.

We highly recommend you do the SIA Door Supervisor Training Course over the SIA Security Guarding Training Course because a Licensed Door Supervisor can be employed in the private security industry as a Door Supervisor or Security Officer, but a licensed Security Guard are not qualified to operate as a Door Supervisor.

Door Supervisors usually work at licenced premises but can work in a wide variety of roles including static guarding, manned guarding, key holding, bars, clubs, pubs, restaurants, warehouses, retail outlets, shops, shopping centres, office buildings and many other places.

Soon after booking the course and on receipt of full payment, the TSC Operations Advisor’s office will send the Course Joining Instruction. Students are highly recommended to read and follow those instructions in order to arrive better prepared for the course.



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CCTV
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- The CCTV courses conforms to BS 7958 (click here for more information).

CCTV Training Course

If you are looking to work as a CCTV operator, this is the right qualification for you. It is a legal requirement to obtain the SIA CCTV Licence to work as a CCTV operator. Obtaining the level 2 CCTV Training qualification is the first step towards obtaining an SIA Licence.

CCTV Operators usually work in a control room which is connected to a wide array of camera footage. Employers typically include security companies, medium-large corporations, local councils.

According to the British Security Industry Authority (BSIA), the UK has an estimated 6 million CCTV cameras. Behind these cameras are CCTV Operators viewing and observing footage and images to keep property and the public safe.

Soon after booking the course and on receipt of full payment, the TSC Operations Advisor’s office will send the Course Joining Instruction. Students are highly recommended to read and follow those instructions in order to arrive better prepared for the course.