SIA Door Supervisor Training

The most exclusive training on the market

Quality training
from Quality
from £69.00

The Phoenix SIA Approved Door Supervision Course provides:

  • 4 Day Course.
  • Results received in a week.
  • 3 industry recognised qualifications.
  • Level 2 SIA Approved (Certified)
  • Drug Awareness (Certified)
  • First Aid in The Workplace (Certified)
  • Industry leading instructors with extensive security experience.
  • Guaranteed employment opportunities with Phoenix.
  • Increased credibility to gain employment in the security industry.

We have created the most exclusive training experience available on the market which goes above and beyond the SIA standard.

Delegates are guaranteed the best knowledge, training and experience delivered first hand from instructors who currently still work within the industry.

Whether you are looking to work as a Security Guard in shopping centres and industrial sites, or as a Door Supervisor in licensed premises, our training will fully prepare you for your career in the security industry.


why train with phoenix?

training beyond the industry standard

Phoenix are more than a training provider.

We are the market leading, World Class operational company with an extensive international portfolio of premiere clientele.

Our instructors will train you beyond the required industry standard, significantly increasing your employment prospects within the Private Security Industry.


what will the course entail?

What does
the course

Our Door Supervision course includes the following modules:

  • Working in the Private Security Industry
  • Working as a Door Supervisor
  • Conflict Management
  • McCormack Physical Intervention (Industry leading techniques)

Our training also includes Free Drug Awareness Training & First Aid Course.


If you perform to the Phoenix standard, you will be offered employment by our Operational Management team. We are continuously recruiting to meet security requirements for upcoming projects.

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