We are looking for a qualified Security Industry Authority (SIA) Security Trainer to deliver SIA Level 2 Award in Door Supervision and CCTV Operations (Public Space Surveillance) to our learners. Applicants that have all relevant qualifications such as: Teaching Qualifications: PTLLS, PGCE
The QCF Preparing to Teach in the Lifelong Learning Sector (PTLLS) The Postgraduate Certificate in Education (PGCE) SIA Level 2 Award in Door Supervision
SIA Level 2 Award in CCTV Operations (Public Space Surveillance) Qualified in First Aid Training Any additional qualifications related to this Sector
Must have experience in teaching SIA Level 2 SIA courses Must have a good understanding of delivering the qualification with confidence and have working experience and knowledge of the subject Job Type: Part-time
Salary: 130.00 /day
- London, Greater London
- DOOR SUPERVISOR: 2 years
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An innovative scheme designed to help pupils who are at risk of exclusion from secondary school in Nuneaton has been praised by Warwickshire Police and Crime Commissioner Ron Ball during an event in Birmingham.
Run by the Values Education for Life charity, the Helping Hands scheme has worked with 16 young people from Hartshill School over the past academic year, funded by the PCC Grant Scheme.
The intervention programme has focussed on developing a more mature attitude and better behaviour from the pupils to ensure they stay in school, with promising results. A majority of those taking part are now actively participating in school life, including becoming members of the School Council, joining the school band and taking part in the school s annual show.
At a partnership networking event held at the Arden Hotel in Birmingham on Monday (11th May), Mr Ball was pleased to confirm funding of 29,560 from his Commissioner s Grant Scheme to support the work of the project across this academic year and next. The money will be used to pay for training for the community volunteers who help deliver the programme, as well as the cost of materials such as folders, books and worksheets for the pupils.
Warwickshire Police and Crime Commissioner Ron Ball said:
Evidence has shown that exclusion from school is one of the most significant factors in young people turning to crime, so it is vital to intervene early and help to ensure those most at risk from exclusion to stay in school.
By helping to retain the pupils within school, there is strong evidence to show that they are subsequently more likely to succeed with their examinations and progress to Further Education, training or employment, all of which has a subsequent impact on crime reduction.
This project has shown remarkable results so far, with the pupils themselves placing a higher value on learning, with better attendance, improved academic performance and a general understanding of how school can help them to get a better start in life.
I m delighted to be able to support Helping Hands through the grant scheme to continue the good work with another year group at Hartshill from September.
David Rowse, chair of the Values Education for Life charity, added: A good education is the foundation for a happy and successful life.
The aim of the charity is to help more young people achieve this by enabling them to make good decisions for the right reasons and encourage them to value their education and what it can do to help them succeed throughout life.
Picture shows Warwickshire Police and Crime Commissioner Ron Ball (left) presenting David Rowse, chair of the Values Education for Life charity (right), with a cheque to fund the Helping Hands project.