Door Security Procedures -FETAC Level 4
From January 2013, we are delighted to introduce our new Door Security Procedures (4N1114) course:
Door Security Procedures (4N1114) Was
€ 265 Now €225!
Door Security Procedures plus Basic Guarding (4N1118) Was
€425 Now €325!
Training Programme Aim:
The purpose of this award is to equip the learners with the knowledge, skill and competence to work as a Door Security Personnel performing practical security duties and procedures and responding to security situations in order to maintain a safe and secure environment for patrons, staff and members of the public.
Training Programme Objectives:
On completion of the training participant will have a knowledge of the following areas:
Explain the legislation, regulations and standards governing the provision of a private security service to include reference to the Private Security Services legislation, relevant national and international standards and the role of the Private Security Authority
Explain the role of private security services in relation to the role of other agencies which deal with crime prevention
Distinguish between legal codes and practices relating to the role of the Door Security Personnel to include: criminal and civil law, the rights of the individual, health and safety legislation, equality legislation and security industry licensing requirements and relevant national and international standards.
Explain the status of representatives of authorised bodies entering premises to include a member of An Garda Siochana, fire officer, customs officer, health and safety Inspector and representatives of the security industry regulatory body. State the principal points of relevant national labour regulation. List a range of personal and professional qualities required of a Door Security Person. Outline relevant health and safety requirements including dealing with fire and fire regulations, and other areas, that relate to the role of the Door Security Person.
Explain what is meant by loss prevention and detection. Explain what is meant by reasonable and necessary force
Contrast the role and responsibilities of a Door Security Person employed directly by a client (in-house) and the provision of a contract security service
Explain appropriate conflict resolution techniques for dealing with a range of incidents. Carry out the duties and procedures required of a Door Security Person. Respond appropriately to security incidents and emergencies. Use a variety of supporting security tools and equipment.Complete the various duties involved in the work of a Door Security Person to include the preservation of a scene of crime and the recording of incidents and liaison with appropriate agencies and organisations.
Use appropriate communications skills and a range of customer service techniques in a variety of situations in the workplace.
Work place familiarisation
- Emergency equipment
- Use of Security Equipment
- Emergency Procedures
- Personal Development
- Searching an individual
- Conducting Patron Refusal of Entry/ Removing a Person
- Dealing with Aggressive Persons
- Team Work
- Action on finding an injured person
- Making a Short Presentation
- Case Study Work on what is meant by loss and fraud prevention.
- What is meant by reasonable and necessary force
- Appropiate on-site cash handling procedures.
Practical Skills Demonstrations / Written Examination
Course Registration Requirements
All students attending the course must have with them:
- Two recent personal passport size photographs. (These photographs have been taken within the last twelve months and must be signed on the back.)
- PPS number
Executive Coaching Solutions is a QII Validated Training Provider, a FETAC recognised training company and all of our trainers are FÁS registered trainers.