Door Supervisors and top-up
In the realm of security management, continuous learning and development upskilling are essential to keep up with evolving threats and challenges. Security Management South West Limited (SMSW) is a company that places a strong emphasis on professional development, offering a range of specialised courses through their Training Academy
Door Supervisor Courses: A Gateway to Security Excellence
The Door Supervisor Course offered by the SMSW Training Academy is specifically designed for individuals aspiring to become licensed Door Supervisors and Security Officers. This comprehensive course equips participants with the knowledge and skills necessary to excel in these challenging and critical role and goes far and above the minimum standards.
Key Components of the Door Supervisor Course:
Legal and Regulatory Knowledge:
Participants gain a deep understanding of the legal responsibilities and obligations associated with the role of a door supervisor. This includes crowd management regulations, licensing laws, and procedures for handling incidents.
Door supervisors often encounter challenging situations that require effective conflict management. The course provides techniques for de-escalation, communication, and handling confrontations professionally.
In situations where verbal communication is not enough, door supervisors must be able to use physical intervention techniques safely and responsibly. The course includes training in physical restraint methods following legal guidelines.
In high-pressure situations, having skilled first responders who can provide immediate medical assistance can be a matter of life and death. Security Management South West Limited (SMSW) recognises the critical importance of emergency first aid training and has integrated it into their Training Academy
Key Components of the Training:
Basic Life Support (BLS):
Participants learn how to perform Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR) effectively, a life-saving technique used to maintain blood circulation and provide oxygen to the brain during cardiac arrest.
Dealing with Choking:
The course covers procedures to handle choking incidents, ensuring that participants can respond promptly to clear an obstructed airway.
Treating Wounds and Bleeding:
You will learn how to provide appropriate first aid for different types of wounds and control bleeding effectively.
Participants are trained to recognize the signs of shock and provide immediate assistance to stabilize the casualty’s condition.
The training includes guidance on handling common medical conditions such as heart attacks, strokes, and seizures.