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Door Supervisor Course QQI 4N1114

This Training Course qualification provides learners with the training requirements, determined to apply for the Private Security Authority Licence as a Door Supervisor. This course provides learners with 30 hours of directed learning and 70 hours of the self-directed learning program.

After completion of this course, learners will be able to:

  • State the standards of behaviour required of Door Supervisors
  • Define the role of the door supervisor
  • State the main objectives of the door supervisor Identify the qualities of a door supervisor
  • State the requirements for door supervisors under the Private Security Authority Act 2004
  • State the relevance for door supervisors of The Equality Act 2004, Race Relations Act, the Sex Discrimination Act and the Disability Discrimination Act.
  • Show an understanding of civil and criminal law Identify types of assault
  • State the requirements relating to the use of force State what is meant by reasonable and necessary force
  • Explain the different types of licenses and permissions available.
  • State the rights and duties of licensees and door supervisors.
  • Describe the procedure for refusing entry and ejecting customers.
  • State the law in regard to drunkenness, disorderly conduct and young persons.
  • Explain the powers of the Gardaí in relation to licensed premises.
  • State how to deal with customers found in possession of drugs.
  • List the health & safety issues in relation to illegal drugs.
  • Explain how to complete records, incident logs and pocket books

Static Guarding Skills Course QQI 4N1118

This Training Course qualification provides learners with the training requirements, determined to apply for the Private Security Authority Licence as a Static Security Guard. This course provides learners with 30 hours of directed learning and 70 hours of the self-directed learning program.

After completion of this course, learners will be able to:

  • Define the key purpose of the security industry
  • Identify the key players in the security industry
  • Define what is meant by “professional development”
  • State the main objectives of a security officer
  • List the qualities of a security officer
  • Explain the importance of assignment instructions
  • Explain the different types of patrol, their importance and checks that should be made
  • Identify actions to be taken before starting a patrol
  • Explain the importance of vigilance and knowledge
  • Define the purpose of access control
  • List different methods of providing access control Identify typical related duties to be performed in a reception area at a gate house
  • List the conditions that have to be in placing before a search can be carried out.
  • Explain a security officer’s right of search
  • State the actions to be taken in the event of a refusal to be searched
  • Describe typical search documentation
  • State the actions to be taken when property is found
  • Explain how security systems can help security officers in their job
  • Explain how to deal with an emergency using the 4Cs
  • Describe the correct use of radios
  • State the basic techniques to be used in report writing
  • Explain different types of communication
  • Explain the procedures to be taken following an arrest

Combined Security Training Course QQI 4N1114 & 4N1118

Basic Guarding Skills Course & Door Security Procedures Course combined into one programme. This training programme provides our learners with necessary requirement to apply to Private Security Authority  (PSA) for Static & Door licence.

After completion of this course, learners will be able to:

  • Define the key purpose of the security industry
  • Identify the key players in the security industry
  • Define what is meant by “professional development”
  • State the main objectives of a security officer
  • List the qualities of a security officer
  • Explain the importance of assignment instructions
  • Explain the different types of patrol, their importance and checks that should be made
  • Identify actions to be taken before starting a patrol
  • Explain the importance of vigilance and knowledge
  • Define the purpose of access control
  • List different methods of providing access control Identify typical related duties to be performed in a reception area at a gate house
  • List the conditions that have to be in placing before a search can be carried out.
  • Explain a security officer’s right of search
  • State the actions to be taken in the event of a refusal to be searched
  • Describe typical search documentation
  • State the actions to be taken when property is found
  • Explain how security systems can help security officers in their job
  • Explain how to deal with an emergency using the 4Cs
  • Describe the correct use of radios
  • State the basic techniques to be used in report writing
  • Explain different types of communication
  • Explain the procedures to be taken following an arrest
  • State the standards of behaviour required of Door Supervisors
  • Define the role of the door supervisor
  • State the main objectives of the door supervisor Identify the qualities of a door supervisor
  • State the requirements for door supervisors under the Private Security Authority Act 2004
  • State the relevance for door supervisors of The Equality Act 2004, Race Relations Act, the Sex Discrimination Act and the Disability Discrimination Act.
  • Show an understanding of civil and criminal law Identify types of assault
  • State the requirements relating to the use of force State what is meant by reasonable and necessary force
  • Explain the different types of licenses and permissions available.
  • State the rights and duties of licensees and door supervisors.
  • Describe the procedure for refusing entry and ejecting customers.
  • State the law in regard to drunkenness, disorderly conduct and young persons.
  • Explain the powers of the Gardaí in relation to licensed premises.
  • State how to deal with customers found in possession of drugs.
  • List the health & safety issues in relation to illegal drugs.
  • Explain how to complete records, incident logs and pocket books
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