2 Pershore Place
R J Walters Ltd is one of the most up and coming SIA training providers in the UK. We have a reputation of providing most up to date security training available. Thousands of people every year obtain their SIA Training through R J Walters Ltd by attending our SIA security training course.
As a leading Security Industry training and consultancy organisation based in Coventry R J Walters Ltd offers SIA Licence training programs which are designed to exceed the Security Industry Authority's licensing expectations. With our dedicated team of SIA security training instructors, assessors and consultants you can rest assured that your security training needs will be exceeded.SIA Security Training, SPA Passport Training, Door Supervisor Training, Health and Safety Training, Security Guard Training, Low Cost and High Pass Rate.
There are around 750,000 people employed in the security industry. The demand for security guards is growing. They may be employed by many different organisations, including hospitals, airports, large businesses and construction companies. Employers need to know their staff have undergone basic training and have the correct knowledge. It is important for entrants to look for a reputable security company to work for.
This course is for Everyone! - Employees, self-employed (freelancers) and employers. This particular training courses has been designed specifically for Event Technical Production Services: Production, Tour and Stage Managers, Stage Hands, Lighting and Sound Crew, Stage and Set Builders, Backline Technicians, Electricians, Caterers, Safety Stewards, Drivers, Riggers, Laser, Pyro and Firework Technicians, Video and Projection Crew.
Call us now on "07719 499 838" for more information or to book your place on this course.
The course is usually delivered over 4 consecutive days and requires some pre-course reading and evening study (Approx 8 hours). Delegates must complete and pass all four units as outlined below to achieve a Level 2 Award in Door Supervision and allow delegates to apply for their SIA licence. The course is designed to be fun and enjoyable whilst still giving you the knowledge required to undertake the role of a Door Supervisor. Unit 4 (See below) requires you to take part in Physical Intervention Training and you will be expected to declare your fitness to participate. If you are in any doubt please contact us for guidance.
For those currently working as a Security Guard or those wishing to begin working as a Security Guard. On successful completion of the course, and passing the required examinations, delegates will be able to apply for an SIA licence to work as a Security Guard. Security guards perform many of the same tasks as Door Supervisors, with the main difference being that a security guard does not take the same “front of house" role that a Door Supervisor does. Nonetheless, the tasks of a security guard are equally important for ensuring that there is a peaceful, secure atmosphere wherever they are employed. It may fall to a security guard to take the ultimate sanction and eject someone from the premises, however in most cases there is a range of options before that should ever become necessary. Security guard training is designed to give the prospective security guard a thorough grounding in what these are and how they should be deployed.
R J Walters LTD are proud to offer the Maybo SAFERwork Physical Intervention programme. The physical intervention course has been designed to meet the demands of various industries and is widely recognised. The course is certificated by several leading agencies and awarding bodies having undergone careful analysis.
Physical Intervention Training is needed for various roles in order to help staff safely and effectively manage aggressive and challenging behaviour.
The legal arena has never been tougher with the introduction of the Corporate Manslaughter and Corporate Homicide Act, which came into force on 6 April 2008. Businesses who contravene health and safety legislation have never been more at risk of prosecution, including unlimited fines and even imprisonment.
Employers are responsible for providing safe and healthy workplace conditions and the right systems and methods for safe activities. Employees also have a vital part to play in the equation. They need the right knowledge and the right attitude to ensure this knowledge is implemented. This demands proper training in the basics of health and safety, as well as specific training for individual tasks.
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