In-House Security Induction Course
How long is the course?
1 or 2 days on completion of a Training Needs Analysis to determine the level of training required in relation to the nature of the working environment, the business activities and the duties / job description of the candidates.
Where and when are the courses run?
We run group courses (min. 6 candidates) for clients throughout the UK, either at the client’s own workplace or at one of our established Training Centres.
Courses are run at the convenience of our clients, including weekends where required.
How do I book?
Please complete our ‘Booking Enquiry Form’ or call us on 0845 602 55 95 (low call rate) / 01784 434 392 to book over the telephone.
How much does it cost?
£115.00 + vat (one day) / £190 + vat (two day) per candidate; all inclusive of course materials, tuition, hand-outs & certification. There are No Hidden Extras; everything is covered by the course fee.
We provide tea, coffee and water during the course, candidates must provide their own lunch.
What is In-House Security Induction (IHSI)?
In-House Security Induction provides candidates with workplace specific training, to complement statutory training requirements. The Security Industry Authority (SIA) recommend that every person working in the security industry should receive workplace specific training in addition to statutory licensing requirements.
The course focuses on security procedures and systems specific to the workplace in which candidates are employed and goes beyond that required for the National Certificate for Door Supervisors (NCDS) course and syllabus.
The course is suitable for clients who employ security staff or door supervisors in-house rather than contracting-out and who want to benefit from the cost reductions and greater control this approach can offer.
Our In-House Security Induction course is also suitable for premises currently running under a club premises certificate who are taking advantage of the exemption which allows them to employ un-licensed security staff. This 'loophole' does not exempt them from providing effective fit-for-purpose training.
For more details please see our In-House Security Induction Course Overview page.
Who should attend this course?
The In-House Security Induction course is designed to provide premises specific training to employees working as stewards, security personnel or door supervisors.
The course is also ideal to familiarise employees in other areas of your business with security systems, including; bar staff, bar supervisors, managers, stewards, fire marshals, box office staff and cloakroom staff. Adopting this approach creates much greater awareness of the issues faced by security staff, allows your whole team to play an active role in securing you business and reduces security related cost in the longer term.
What does the course cover?
Courses are designed specifically for each individual client following a Training Needs Analysis; subjects may include:
Health & safety at work • Risk assessments • Fire safety • Fire evacuation • Fire fighting equipment • Door policy / Entry procedures • Pre-Opening & End of Night checks • Equipment auditing • Premises orientation • Crowd dynamics • First aid awareness • First aid equipment • Two-way Radio protocol • Codes of alertness • Licensing Act & Law • Proactive customer service • Professionalism • Public order problems • Co-ordinated responses • Working as a team • Introduction to Criminal and Civil law • Law regarding use of force • Legal defences • Performing an arrest • Search procedures • Search policy • Legal boundaries of searches • Restricted items • Report writing • Confidentiality • Controlled drugs awareness • Drink spiking • Cash handling • Escorting a VIP / Cash handler •
We have made a sample In-House Security Induction Learning Programme available to download.
What is the outcome of the course?
On completion candidates will gain an in-depth understanding of the specific security systems and operating procedures of your workplace, allowing them to work as an effective member of your team.
Candidates will adopt a more professional approach to their duties, which in turn will allow them to provide a better level of service to your customers.
The employer will have fulfilled their responsibility to provide workplace specific training and complied with the SIA recommendation; giving the employer a stronger defence of due diligence in the case of prosecution.
On successfully completing the In-House Security Induction course, candidates will receive an individually numbered certificate of attendance from Beyond The Blue.
How is the course assessed?
There is no examination and candidates are awarded the certificate for successfully completing the course, providing they take a full and active part throughout all sessions and satisfy the instructor of their comprehension of the subject.
Who accredits the course?
The course is accredited by Beyond The Blue.
Why choose Beyond The Blue as your training provider?
We employ only specialist instructors to run our courses; they all have extensive experience in the relevant fields. They train with the objective of transferring knowledge and skills to help candidates succeed and be more effective in their workplace.
The experience of our instructors brings the subject they are teaching to life. Our training is based on a variety of training methods and comprises classroom based learning, scenario based learning, group work and interactive discussion; this approach allows us to meet the preferred learning styles of all candidates.
Our success is measured in the success of those people we train, we are focussed on providing excellence in customer service both pre and post training.
Beyond The Blue is a ‘BIIAB Grade 1’ Training Centre (The BIIAB describe Grade 1 as ‘demonstrating outstanding quality procedures’).
To complement our professional training, we provide candidates attending our courses with a selection of comprehensive course hand-outs. These come together to form a training folder candidates can refer back to, in order to refresh their skills and knowledge.
In-House Security Induction courses can be delivered as part of a wider Consultancy Project (Security Industry) to develop effective security systems and operating procedures for your workplace. These projects can range from a review of existing procedures to a complete overhaul or establishing new systems and procedures for a new premises or event.