The Highfield Level 2 Award in CCTV Operation has been developed to meet the requirements of the Security Industry Authority (SIA). Obtain the necessary skills and knowledge needed to acquire a Public Space and Surveillance SIA Licence for working as a CCTV operative.
To become a door supervisor you need will need proper training and a good understanding of security practices in order to apply for a license issued by the S.I.A. (Security Industry Authority). These courses involve both classroom learning and passing multiple-choice exams.
We offer two levels of certification for Fire Safety Awareness (QCF). Level 1 in fire safety awareness training is aimed at increasing awareness of fire safety in the workplace. Level 2 builds on the knowledge gained in Level 1 and is designed for the needs of people with specific responsibilities in fire safety at work.
Employer’s responsibilities include having sufficiently qualified first-aiders assigned to cope with any problems and emergencies. These courses provide “adequate and appropriate” training in first-aid, as required in the Health and Safety (First-Aid) Regulations 1981.
The 2003 Licensing Act requires that people sell alcohol responsibly. Gain the necessary training for alcohol licensing to obtain a Personal Licence (APLH) issued by the Local Authorities Licensing Department with our Personal License training course.
In order to obtain an SIA licence, you need to show that you are trained to the right level and understand the requirements of a security officer. We run security training courses to help attendees ensure a safe, secure and peaceful environment is provided for.
Stambridge Group provides the Upskill training course, which has been developed for door supervisors who completed their initial qualification before 31 August 2010. Take this course in order to renew an SIA door supervision licence.