Security Guard Training is a Gateway to a Fulfilling New Career

Security Guard

Security guards are key to ensuring a secure environment, whether they are providing surveillance for business premises, maintaining safety at an event, or supplying key holding services for private property.

Due to the delicate nature involved when responsible for a client’s property, assets, and employees, it is unsurprising that becoming a fully qualified security guard requires extensive training. Clients want to know they are in trusted hands.

We will run through what this training consists of and how it can provide a fulfilling career, knowing that as a guard you can make a significant difference.  

Security Guard Training

Perhaps you are looking for a new career direction or have some experience in security services that you want to take to the next level. A security guard’s presence acts as a direct deterrent against intruders or burglars, however there are many specific security roles available, all requiring various types of training.

These roles include mobile patrol vehicle security teams, door supervisors, key holding and alarm response, and manned guarding.

If any of these roles appeal as a career, suiting your dedicated work ethic and flexible worklife schedule, sign up for a training course and start your development as a qualified security guard.

Security Training Courses at Empire

Empire Security Services offer expert security training courses comprising of various modules containing the relevant procedures, laws, and requirements for a particular type of guarding. Our courses give trainees an SIA licence, a legal necessity to work in the security industry. Empire employ fully qualified specialists to give reliable and thorough training.

Our primary training course is split into four core modules:

Unit 1: Working within the private security industry
This module focuses on the legislation applied to security guard licences, as well as safe working practices, emergency procedures and key customer communication skills.

Unit 2: Working as a door supervisor within the private security industry
The main objectives of a door supervisor and the correct searching protocols in this role. Also, powers of arrest capabilities and venue capacity responsibilities.

Unit 3: Conflict Management within the private security industry
Understanding the importance of risk reduction and the appropriate methods that should follow situations of conflict.

Unit 4: Physical intervention skills module
Non-pain compliant techniques when defusing difficult situations, such as disengagement and escorting techniques.  

You can read more information about Empire’s security guard training courses here, or to book a place on a course, please contact us today!