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Physical Intervention was not a mandatory part of the SIA Door Supervisor course originally, but in 2010 the SIA changed the content of the qualification to include a Physical Intervention unit after several deaths in the UK. This became available to training providers in June 2010, and on 1st September 2010 it became compulsory for all training providers, to deliver the new content as part of the qualification.

Prices starting from £60.00 plus exam fee.

So, if you trained AFTER 1st September 2010 you DO NOT need to Upskill, as P.I was included.

If you trained between June and September 2010 you need to check that your qualification includes P.I., and if not, you will be required to Upskill. If you trained BEFORE 1st June 2010 you DEFINITELY need to top up your training with us unless you hold a QCF endorsed PI qualification.

There are two parts to the new content - Physical Intervention and Safety Awareness. You must have both to renew your licence.

The course is held over two days:

Day 1 -Safety Awareness exam and Physical Intervention Presentation. 10.00hrs- 15.30hrs

Day 2 - Physical Intervention 08.45hrs-18.00hrs

There will be 6 hours of distance learning that will need to be completed prior to attending the course.

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