Physical Intervention (Door Supervision)
As from the 1st June 2010, legislation requires that all new Door Supervisors requiring their SIA licence will need to attend a one day accredited Physical Intervention course.
Rubicon will deliver the McCormack Training Ltd comprehensive programme that meets this requirement. Successful candidates upon completion of this one day course will be able to assess situations, decide whether Physical Intervention is necessary and, if so, the appropriate methods to be used.
This qualification is intended for anyone who may need to use physical intervention skills in
the workplace. It is aimed at people who have already taken some form of conflict management training (involving non-physical ways of managing and avoiding conflict), but whose job roles put them in a position where it is likely that they also need training in physical intervention skills. These skills are seen as forming part of an overall strategy designed to prevent and manage challenging, aggressive or violent behaviours.
This qualification is aimed at qualified Door Supervisors who wish to extend their knowledge and skills whilst dealing with incidents of conflict without infringing current laws. It will enable the candidate to understand the boundaries within which they can safely operate.
This qualification is also relevant to other sectors of the security industry such as Guards, Bailiffs, and Enforcement Officers.
- Contact & Withdraw
- Disengagement Techniques
- Escorting Techniques
- Lead and support
- Team Extraction