Door Supervisors in the Private Security Industry


Essential Qualification For Those Working Or Seeking Work As Door Security In The Private Security Industry. The Qualification Is A Pre Requisite Under The Terms Of The Private Security Industry Act (2001) For Individuals Working As Door Security In The Private Security Industry To Obtain A Licence From The Security Industry Authority.
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Welcome to the UCP Group Academy

Empowering You for Excellence in Door Supervision

At the UCP Group, we’re dedicated to propelling individuals to the forefront of the security industry. Our live, in-person training programs not only equip you with essential skills but also position you as a top candidate in the eyes of recruiters and employers. With a focus on professionalism, safety, and effective communication, our academy prepares you to hit the ground running from day one.

For Aspiring Door Supervisors:

Whether you’re venturing into the security industry for the first time or seeking to elevate your existing skills, our comprehensive training programs cater to individuals at all proficiency levels. Our courses cover an array of vital topics, including conflict management, physical intervention techniques, emergency procedures, venue security, and search protocols. With a blend of theoretical knowledge and practical exercises, our learners leave equipped to excel in any door supervision role.

For Experienced Security Professionals:

Seasoned security professionals looking to refine their expertise or advance their careers will find our advanced training modules led by industry experts invaluable. Dive deeper into specialized topics such as risk assessment, crisis management, VIP protection, and executive security. Our courses are designed to provide you with the latest tools, strategies, and best practices to stay ahead in an ever-evolving security landscape.

Meet Our Expert Instructors:

Our instructors aren’t just educators—they’re seasoned professionals with extensive experience in security and law enforcement. Hailing from diverse backgrounds, including military, police, and private security sectors, our team brings a wealth of knowledge to the table. Committed to your success, our instructors offer personalized guidance, real-world insights, and mentorship every step of the way.

Cutting-Edge Techniques and Training Methods:

We take pride in delivering cutting-edge training programs that reflect the latest industry standards and practices. From interactive simulations to scenario-based exercises, our hands-on approach ensures you’re not just learning theory but also developing practical skills applicable in real-life situations. With state-of-the-art facilities and modern training equipment, we create an immersive learning environment that prepares you for the challenges of door supervision with confidence and competence.

Gain Practical Experience:

Practical experience is crucial in shaping competent door supervisors, which is why our training programs include opportunities for real-world exposure. Through internships, on-the-job training, and simulated scenarios, you’ll have the chance to put your skills to the test under the guidance of experienced mentors. Our learners leave ready to work and are often the first to get promoted, thanks to the practical experience gained during their time at the academy.

Join Us Today:

As one of the premier international academies in door supervision training, the UCP Group is your gateway to a successful career in security. Our live, in-person training not only prepares you for the rigors of the field but also positions you as a top candidate in the eyes of employers worldwide. Take the first step towards your professional goals by exploring our range of training programs

Course Length

4 Days

Course Cost



UK, USA, Thailand, Lebanon, Sri Lanka, and Spain


Course Dates

Any time of the month

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Day 1: Introduction to Door Supervision and Conflict Management

Morning Session:

Module 1: Introduction to Door Supervision (4 hours)

  • Role and responsibilities of a door supervisor
  • Legal framework and regulatory requirements
  • Importance of customer service and professionalism

Module 2: Conflict Management Part 1 (4 hours)

  • Understanding conflict triggers
  • De-escalation techniques
  • Communication skills for diffusing tense situations

Afternoon Session:

Module 3: Conflict Management Part 2 (4 hours)

  • Continued practice of conflict resolution scenarios
  • Legal and ethical considerations in conflict management

Module 4: Practical Scenario Training (4 hours)

  • Role-play exercises to apply conflict management techniques learned
  • Feedback and discussion on handling real-life situations

Day 2: Physical Intervention Skills and Search Procedures

Morning Session:

Module 5: Physical Intervention Skills (4 hours)

  • Principles of physical intervention
  • Risk assessment and decision-making
  • Techniques for safely managing physical confrontations

Module 6: Practical Physical Intervention Training (4 hours)

  • Hands-on practice of physical intervention techniques
  • Safety protocols and minimizing risks during interventions

Afternoon Session:

Module 7: Search Procedures Part 1 (4 hours)

  • Understanding the importance of search procedures
  • Legal framework for conducting searches
  • Techniques for effective and respectful searches

Module 8: Search Procedures Part 2 (4 hours)

  • Hands-on practice of conducting searches
  • Identifying prohibited items and substances
  • Documentation and reporting requirements for search procedures

Day 3: Venue Security, Emergency Procedures, and Assessment

Morning Session:

Module 9: Venue Security (4 hours)

  • Assessing venue layouts and security risks
  • Implementing effective security measures
  • Coordinating with other security personnel and authorities

Module 10: Emergency Procedures (4 hours)

  • Handling emergencies such as fire, medical incidents, and security threats
  • Evacuation procedures
  • First aid basics and emergency response protocols

Afternoon Session:

Module 11: Review and Practical Assessments (4 hours)

  • Review of key concepts covered in the course
  • Practical assessments including conflict management, physical intervention, and search procedures
  • Individual feedback and review sessions

Module 12: Final Assessment (2 hours)

  • Summative assessment covering key concepts from all modules
  • Review of individual performance and areas for improvement