Should you be training your staff in Conflict Management?
After nearly a year and a half of restrictions things are starting to look up, pubs returning to normal service, retailers operating at full capacity, and restaurants, theatres and nightclubs all returning to do what they do best. Many people are excited about this prospect and can’t wait to get back to some sort of […]
Emergency First Aid at Work Compulsory from April 2021
The SIA have announced changes to the licence linked qualifications required to work within the private security industry. As of April 2021, anyone who wishes to undertake security training to gain an SIA licence will have to prove that they have a valid First Aid certificate, which has at least 12 months until expiry. The minimum […]
**Level 2 Award for Working as a Security Officer**
We are now reintroducing the level 2 Award for Security Officers to our range of courses that are offered to the public. This course has proven popular with corporate clients as it addresses the role specifically to Security Officers rather than focusing on licensed premises as in the Door Supervisor course. Why would you choose […]
Covid 19 Update
Here at Prosec we would like to assure everyone that we are here to support people and businesses throughout these unprecedented times that we are facing. We are in a position to assist with the safety of your buildings if you have to close or reduce staff due to the current situation. We can offer: […]
Advanced Physical Intervention is here!
We are pleased to announce that we will be delivering advanced Physical Intervention training at our facility in Westbury on the 6th March 2020. This course is designed to give people the additional skills required to work within the security industry, it builds on the training provided on the SIA Door Supervisor programmes and looks […]
SIA Update on Prosecutions
Update from the SIA Newsletter Door supervisor prosecuted for using fake SIA licence On Tuesday 7 March 2017 Christopher David Price pleaded guilty at Cardiff and Vale Magistrates Court, for the offence of working as a Door Supervisor without an SIA licence. He also plead to being in possession of a false document (purported to […]