-: Dec 10, 2016 / admin

Clevedon Door Supervisor Requirements

One of the most high-profile security industry jobs is that of Door Supervisor, as well as one of the most important. Every city in the UK has clubs, pubs, and bars, which means that every security company in Bristol and the UK has door supervisors. If you are physically fit, enjoy working with people, and are looking for a career in safety and security, that of door supervisor might be perfect for you.

Take a look at the information below regarding requirements for the position, as well as job expectations.

In order to work as a door supervisor in Clevedon (as well as the rest of the UK), you are required to hold a special license. In order to receive a door supervisor license, there are a few things you will need:

  • Be at least 18 years of age
  • Pass a criminal record check
  • Complete an approved door supervisor training course

It is worth noting that simply because you have a criminal record does not necessarily preclude you from being awarded your door supervisor license.

Approved Training Course

There are 4 training modules, as well as 3 examinations required to pass and receive your door supervisor license. The training modules are as follows:

  • Core Learning for Common Security Industry Knowledge
  • Door Supervisor Specialist Module
  • Conflict Management Module
  • Physical Intervention Skills Module

If you already possess a door supervisor qualification which is less than 3 years old, this may allow you to bypass much or all of the training in order to apply for a license. Once you have received your door supervisor license, you must renew your license every 3 years to ensure that your knowledge remains sharp.

Additionally, if you wish to take further training courses to become proficient in such areas as crowd management; you can do so in order to become qualified to work at larger venues, for example stadiums.

Duties and Responsibilities

As a door supervisor, your primary responsibility is to judge the suitability of those entering your establishment. This can entail a variety of tasks, such as making sure that patrons are not underage, carrying dangerous drugs or weapons, and are acceptable for entry. Other duties may also include the following:

  • Managing crowds
  • Enforcing dress codes
  • Diffusing and deescalating conflict
  • Restraining/ escorting patrons from the premises
  • Handling emergencies
  • Cooperating with police and other authorities
  • Patrolling inside and outside of the venue
Posted in: News