Depending on your location and the sector the training is designed for, there may or may not be a need for national approval or accreditation. For example, in the UK training for people working in either the care or security sectors need training that is accredited/certified by either the Restrain Reduction Network Standards or the Security Industry Authority. What SecuriCare and other good training providers offer are programmes developed and designed to meet your unique needs and any specific requirement for approval or accreditation. Once we have established the skills/qualifications your staff need we will ensure any solution fully meets your needs. Courses are then delivered by our team of qualified trainers (Level 3+), all of whom also have front-line operational and sector experience.
SecuriCare offer a variety of accredited and bespoke ‘Train the Trainer’ options. We consult with you to ensure any course is sector and organisation specific. Train the Trainer options can be configured to cover a variety of key topics: Delivering Education & Training, Conflict Management, Preventing and Managing Challenging Behaviour, Disengagement (Breakaway) Skills, Physical Intervention Skills or any combination of these core topics. Level 3 Training Awards are available via our chosen Awarding Body-Pearson (BTEC).
In addition to the initial training SecuriCare offer options to regularly re-accredit your trainers and participate in a Continuous Professional Development (CPD) programme. SecuriCare also offer a certification support service for SecuriCare Licensed Trainers.
To work in the Private Security Industry as a Security Officer, Door Supervisor or in Event Management, CCTV Operation or Close Protection, you will need to obtain an appropriate Licence from the Security Industry Authority (SIA).
SecuriCare are Approved to deliver Level 2 and 3 SIA Awards that meet the criteria for both Trainers wishing to deliver training at Level 2, or Level 2 training for individuals looking to obtain a license and work in the Private Security Industry.
For more information about the SIA and Licensing requirements visit: www.sia.homeoffice.gov.uk