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
Read the original: SIA Trainer/Assessor in London/Southampton
Required Skills/qualifications: SIA Licence 4. Job Description: Static Security Teams/SAP for 21 Training Venues across UK concurrently over 6 weeks 5. Salary: 125 day rate per 10 hour shift 6.
Close Date: 1st September 7.
Contact Details: Apply online to MRC.
If you are not registered email Enquiries@minimalrisk.co.uk .
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Static Security Teams
Last week I was kindly invited to Devon & Cornwall Police by Chief Superintendent Jim Nye to see the police driver training that they do now. Personally I was very impressed with their driver training. I did remark to Chief Supt Nye that I would like to see their officers trained in suicide awareness.
I explained that I am aware of the pressure a police officer is under when they are confronted by this issue and my campaign is aimed at raising awareness of the stigma that mental health causes.
I told Chief Supt Nye that personally I honestly feel that training in suicide awareness is as much to help the police officer as indeed the suicidal person/driver they may encounter.
I remarked that I am very aware that not all suicidal people can be saved but that I feel that training in suicide awareness and promoting the principal of least intrusion in dealing with a suicidal driver would I feel be of huge benefit to the police officer should they encounter such tragic and extremely stressful scenarios.
I Spoke at Devon & Cornwall Police about the Campaign:
Chief Superintendent Jim Nye Talks about the Training Programme:
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- ^ http://www.irishexaminer.com/ireland/suicidal-drivers-moves-welcomed-by-elber-twomey-325295.html (www.irishexaminer.com)
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