The AEGIS Physical Intervention & Restraint Programme for Door Supervisors is designed to ensure a customer focussed, professional response by staff in situations that develop into a need to physically intervene.

The training detailed below is meant as a business information service to arrange 'bulk booking' for your team. If you're looking for individuals open/public courses, take a look at your options on our SIA licence linked training page.

Part-1:

Part 1 of the AEGIS programme conforms to the SIA's specification for Physical Intervention Skills training for Security Operatives (i.e. Escorting & Disengagement Skills) and, in addition, also incorporates essential training in Horizontal Restraint (i.e. on the floor).

The focus of the training in Part 1 is on:

Teaching low-impact, low-risk techniques
Discouraging the use of high risk restraint techniques
Ensuring awareness of the legal and potential medical implications relating to use of force
Risk reduction measures

Additional Benefits:

Whereas other programmes stop immediately the boxes required by the SIA training specification have been ticked, the AEGIS Part 1 programme goes much further, providing much more comprehensive training
Maximises proficiency and ensures delegates are better prepared for their role (a higher standard of competence and self-confidence) than competitor training programmes
Includes a Module on Horizontal Physical Restraint (i.e. on the floor) - an absolutely essential aspect of Door Supervisor training currently omitted from the SIA Specification (see the foot of this page for more info on this.)
Meets HSE expectations for physical intervention skills training for a Door Supervisor role

Course duration:
This is a 1.5 Day training course that involves (as per the SIA Specification), a minimum of 12 hours of classroom training.
Trainer to student ratio:
As per the SIA Specification, the trainer to delegate ratio is restricted to no more than 1:12.
Assessment:
Delegates must complete a multiple choice question paper examination set by the Awarding Body (23 questions). The pass mark is 100%. After tuition, delegates will also need to demonstrate competency in the application of the physical intervention skills learned.
Certification:
This Training is quality assured and Certificated by Highfields Awarding Body (level 2 equivalent).

 

Candidates that successfully complete this course will, in addition, also qualify for an AEGIS Certificate that reflects that they have exceeded the training requirements set by the SIA and have achieved the higher standard of competency required by AEGIS (and the HSE).
Price:
For pricing structure, please Contact Us detailing the training required, how many delegates and the location.

Part-2:

Part 2 of the AEGIS Programme builds on the learning in the Part 1 course and teaches a range of incrementally more robust and restrictive interventions including the use of Emergency Restraint Belts (ERBs).

Note: To be eligible to attend this training, delegates must already have successfully completed Part 1 of the AEGIS Programme.

The focus of the training in Part 2 is on:

Reinforcing and developing the knowledge and skills learned in Part 1
Teaching additional skills and strategies for managing, holding, controlling and calming violent Service Users
Ensuring delegates are skilled and competent to safely apply Emergency Restraint Belts should it become necessary
Developing delegates' self-confidence and ability to implement the training (practice applying them in a variety of realistic scenarios)

Benefits:
Part 2 of the programme, in combination with Part 1:

Meets and exceeds UK Health & Safety legislation due diligence requirements for any Door Supervisor role
Delivers a skill set that Door Supervisors can have absolute confidence in
Maximises proficiency and ensures delegates are better prepared for their role (a higher standard of competence and increased self-confidence)
Reduces the risk of harm happening
Facilitates delivery of a higher standard of customer care
Protects employees and organisations against allegations, complaints and compensation claims
Qualification provides an instant competitive advantage to delegates and security provider organisations alike

Course duration:
Part 2 is a One-Day training course.

Trainer to student ratio:
As per the SIA Specification, the trainer to delegate ratio is restricted to no more than 1:12

Certification:
This Training is quality assured and Certificated by Highfields Awarding Body (level 2 equivalent).

Delegates that successfully complete Part 2 will also qualify for an AEGIS Certificate that reflects the higher standard of competence achieved.
Price:
For pricing structure, please Contact Us detailing the training required, how many delegates and the location.