Background

Training Services

01.

Close Protection

Close Protection Officer Training

Eventure's SIA close protection training is delivered by seasoned professionals who can draw upon a wealth of knowledge and experience from their many years in the field. All our instructors are drawn from specialist units ensuring that you receive the best training possible. What’s more, our courses provide attendees with the relevant SIA (Specifications for Learning and Qualifications for Close Protection Operatives). This ensures that you’re compliant with the Private Security Industry Authority Act 2001. This is a 16 day intensive course which will focus on preparing you for a career as a Close Protection Officer (CPO). Our close protection training UK courses will provide you with the knowledge you need to plan, prepare and support any close protection operation. Conflict management within the private security industry is also covered. As well as our 16 day course, Eventure also offers other close protection courses which you can read about below.

  • Roles and Responsibilities
  • Threat and Risk Assessment
  • Operational Planning
  • Law and Legislation
  • Interpersonal skills
  • Conduct Reconnaissance
  • Foot Drills
  • Route Selection
  • Journey Management
  • Search Procedures
  • Incident Management
  • Venue Security
  • Conflict Management
Eventure's approved training centre provides a Close Protection Course recognised by the Security Industry Authority (SIA).
Fast Track Close Protection Training
This is designed as a refresher course for anyone who has previously completed the Close Protection course. Applicants must already hold an SIA Close Protection licence in order to attend making this a great option for those who have already trained with other organisations. If you’ve trained with Special Air Service Regiment, Royal Military Police Close, Metropolitan Police Royal Protection/ Special Branch or Police National Close Protection, you’ll find this course ticks all the right boxes. An SIA Close Protection licence must be renewed once every three years. As such, SIA close protection training such as this is essential if you wish to continue operating in the security sector.

02.

Surveillance

IQ Level 4 Award in Covert Surveillance Operations

  • Types of Surveillance – Foot, Mobile, Static, Anti Surveillance, Counter Surveillance Organise
  • Plan and Implement a Surveillance Operation Radio
  • Voice procedure Log
  • Report preparation
  • Legislation
  • Covert Imagery
  • GPS Tracker Deployment


03.

First Aid

Level 3 Award in Emergency First Aid at Work (1 Day EFAW)

This course is designed for anyone wanting to learn first aid or become an accredited emergency first aider or appointed person withinthe workplace.

This course provides learners with skills and the knowledge to deal with first aid situations in low risk work environments.

All our trainers are ex-military and know the importance of A.E.D (Automated External Defibrillator). As of 31 st December 2016 it became a mandatory element in all First Aid courses.

Length of course: 1 Day.

Learner entry requirements:

No previous training or first aid experience required to attend this course.

This course will enable you to:

  • understand the role and responsibilities of a first aider
  • be able to assess an incident.
  • be able to manage an unresponsive casualty who is breathing normally.
  • be able to manage an unresponsive casualty who is not breathing normally.
  • be able to recognise and assist a casualty with external bleeding
  • be able to manage a casualty who is suffering from shock.
  • be able to manage a casualty with a minor injury.

04.
  • First Aid

    Level 3 Award First Aid at Work (3 Day FAW course)

    This course is designed for anyone wanting to become an accredited workplace first aider or someone who would like to enter the world first aid event cover. It is particularly appropriate to companies/individuals where HSE Guidelines recommend a qualified person within the workplace. You will be taught by ex-military who will help you gain confidence in the skills you are taught. As of 31st December 2016 Defibrillator familiarisation/training became a mandatory element in all First Aid courses.

    Length of Course: 3 Days.

    Learner entry requirements:

    No previous first aid knowledge is required to attend this course.

    This course will enable you to:

    • understand the role and responsibilities of a first aider.
    • assess an incident.
    • manage an unresponsive casualty who is breathing normally.
    • manage an unresponsive casualty who is not breathing normally.
    • the use of a defibrillator (AED).
    • recognise and assist a casualty who is choking.
    • manage a casualty with external bleeding.
    • manage a casualty who is in shock.
    • manage a casualty with a minor injury.
    • conduct a secondary survey (Top to Toe).
    • Be able to administer first aid to a casualty who is suffering from the following:
      • injuries to bones, muscles and joints
      • suspected head and spinal injuries
      • suspected chest injuries
      • burns and scalds and eye injury.
    • Be able to administer first aid to a casualty suffering from a variety of medical emergencies such as anaphylaxis, difficulty breathing (Asthma C.O.P.D), Seizures etc.

  • 05.

    Health & Safety

    Level 4 Health & Safety

    The Level 4 Award in Health and Safety in the Workplace is a qualification aimed at senior managers, directors and business owners who have formal responsibility for health and safety management. The qualification is intended for learners who are already working in the capacity of manager or director, or who are preparing to start work at this level.

    Aims of the course

    Learners gaining this qualification will know that managers and directors have legal and moral obligations to ensure health and safety within a business and that this includes obligations to employees, contractors, visitors and suppliers. The subject areas within this course are regarded by the Health and Safety Executive as being important to developing safe working procedures in the workplace. In order to pass this qualification, learners must successfully construct a risk assessment and a safe system of work as well as pass the HABC examination which is taken on the last day.

    Course Content
    • The duties and responsibilities of employers and employees
    • Management of health & safety in the workplace
    • Procedures for developing and implementing risk assessments
    • Procedures for developing and implementing safe systems of work
    • Reviewing health & safety procedures within an organisation

    The course is held over 5 days, concluding with a 2½-hour exam.

    All successful candidates will receive the nationally recognised Level 4 Award in Health & Safety in the Workplace from the awarding body HABC.


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    06.

    Door

    Door Supervision Level 2

    Eventure's door supervisor course qualification meets the Security Industry Authority (SIA) specification for core competency training for door supervisors, which covers the necessary understanding and skills required by individuals who work in the licensed leisure.

    Door supervisors are required to play an active role in safety of customers at licenced venues and public events

    Objectives
    • Develop the learner’s understanding of the roles and responsibilities of door supervisors working in a secure leisure environment, and the relevance of regulations within which they must operate
    • Develop the learner’s knowledge of health and safety in the workplace including awareness of emergency procedures
    • Develop the learner’s abilities to recognise, defuse and resolve conflict situations
    • Provide the learner with knowledge of the law and legal issues
    • Enable the learner to implement effective methods of communication
    This will also allow the learner to apply physical intervention


    07.

    Pit Crew

    Level 2 Award in Front of Stage Pit Barrier Operations (RQF)

    The level 2 award in Front of Stage Pit Barrier Operations has been developed with different awarding bodies such as Highfield and is aimed at personnel and organisations working within the live event sector.   The qualification, which can be linked to both stewarding and security is classroom based and includes both theory and practical assessments.

    Content covered includes:
    • Understanding the purpose of the front of stage pit barrier
    • Being able to protect the health and safety of individuals within the barrier system
    • Understanding the roles and responsibilities of colleagues
    • Being able to recognise audience activity and respond appropriately while working in the front of stage pit barrier

    This qualification is achieved by taking a 1-day course and assessed via portfolio of evidence and practical demonstration/assignment. The course must be booked as a block booking of 10 learners each course, this can be conducted at your site or eventure can source a venue.


    08.

    Spectator Safety

    NVQ/QCF in Spectator Safety Level 2

    The course provides underpinning knowledge and assesses the practical experiences of the skills that stewards use when working at events attended by a large number of people e.g. sports events in stadiums, concerts etc. This course includes the following:

    • Prepare for spectator events
    • Controlling the entry, exit and movement of people at spectator events
    • Monitoring spectators and dealing with crowd problems
    • Helping to manage conflict
    • Contributing to the work of the team
    • Dealing with accidents and emergencies

    What I will gain?

    This course will benefit you by giving you a professional understanding of safety stewarding. You'll have a transferable qualification to work at any spectator event. It will also offer employers up to date security techniques, targeted to their needs rather than qualification, Improves efficiency and productivity. The qualification is aligned to the need of business; it allows employers and learners to take control of the learning experience. The Spectator Safety is a work place qualification which improves employee job satisfaction, motivation and retention, and create a quality assured highly skill

    How is the course assessed?

    The course is for 2 to 3 months and the assessment is within the workplace to ensure all the competencies are met. Regular review meetings will take place with an assessor and employer to support the achievement of the qualification. 4 days classroom 2 live observations at venue where the learners work .

    What about Progression?

    Progression routes to: Level 3 NVQ Certificate in Spectator Safety (QCF) Senior Steward Role Costs Price on application �funding may be available dependant on individual circumstances.


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    09.

    Training

    Warehouse

    National Vocational Qualifications are one of the most popular qualifications within industry as they are delivered during working hours and demonstrate competency within a job role.

    These qualifications are based on national occupational standards, which are statements of performance that describe what competent people in a particular occupation are expected to be able to do.

    They cover all the main aspect of a specified occupation, including current best practice and are ideal for addressing skills gaps as well as identifying competence.

    To achieve the full qualification, candidates must attain a minimum of 26 credits in total, comprising all the mandatory units and the remaining credits will be achieved by selecting the following optional units. A minimum of 2 units from group A, a minimum of 1 units from group B, a minimum of 2 units from group C and 1 unit from group D. The Learning and Skills Development Officer will provide support and guidance in selecting the appropriate units.

    Mandatory units
    • Health, Safety and Security at work
    • Develop effective working relationships with colleagues in logistics operations optional units
    Group A
    • Process orders for customers in logistic operations
    • Assemble orders for dispatch in logistic operations
    • Pick goods in logistic operations
    • Place goods in storage in logistic operations
    • Wrap and pack goods in logistics operations Optional Units
    Group B
    • Keep work areas clean in logistics operations
    • Maintain hygiene standards in handling and storing goods in logistics operations
    • Maintain the cleanliness of equipment in logistics operations Optional units
    Group C
    • Use equipment to move goods in logistics operations
    • Moving and/or handling goods in logistics operations
    • Use a forklift side-loader in logistics operations
    • Use a compact crane in logistic operations
    • Use an industrial forklift truck in logistic operations
    • Use a hoist in logistic operations Optional Units
    Group D
    • Check stock levels and stock records
    • Keep stock at required levels in logistic operation Optional Units
    Group E
    • Operate equipment to perform work requirements in logistics operation
    • Maintain the safety and security of hazardous goods and materials in logistics operations
    • Receive goods in logistics operations
    • Process returned goods in logistics operations
    • Sort goods and materials for recycling or disposal in logistics operations
    • Supervise the receipt, storage or dispatch of goods
    • Principles of food safety in logistics

    10.

    CCTV

    Level 2 Award in CCTV Operations (Public Space Surveillance) (QCF)

    A programme designed to meet the needs of learners who require a qualification which will enable them to apply for a Security Industry Authority (SIA) licence for operating CCTV for public space surveillance.

    This provides the learner with the knowledge and understanding to ensure the provision of a professional level of service as a CCTV operative; and to address the licensing requirements in the SIA regulated, operational environment.

    Objectives
    • Develop the learner’s understanding of the roles and responsibilities of a CCTV operator and other CCTV staff
    • Provide the learner with knowledge and skills to operate CCTV equipment and carry out surveillance techniques
    • Develop the learner’s knowledge of health and safety in the workplace including awareness of emergency procedures
    • Provide the learner with knowledge of legislation, codes of practice, operational procedures and guidelines applicable to the use of CCTV for public space surveillance
    • Enable the learner to implement effective methods of communication in a control room environment
    • Ensure that the learner understands how CCTV imagery may be presented as evidence
    Candidates can complete the qualification in 5 days