SIA Training - CCTV - Security Guarding - Door Supervision - Physical Intervention
The Security Industry Authority (SIA) is the statutory organisation responsible for regulating the private security industry in the UK. Established as a non-departmental public body in 2003, the SIA reports to the Home Secretary under the terms of the Private Security Industry Act 2001.
The two duties of the SIA are to regulate the compulsory licensing of individuals who undertake designated activities within the private security industry and to manage a voluntary Approved Contractor Scheme, which measures private security service suppliers against independently established assessment criteria.Contact Us
It is essential that individuals working in the private security industry undergo a structured training programme that results in a recognised qualification
The SIA have developed a competency (skills) requirement as part of their licensing function. Individuals applying for a front-line SIA licence must prove that they are properly qualified to do their job.
This will result in a more competent and professional workforce.
It will also improve the public image of the private security industry.
Making the industry more attractive to potential employees while protecting the public.
Our approach safeguards individuals and general public
The competencies specified by us cover the core activities of CCTV monitoring and manned guarding.
Maintain core competency specifications that meet the needs of the private security industry and are based on industry best practice.
Consult with key stakeholders to continuously improve the standards of both training and qualifications.
Take into consideration the National Occupational Standards that test the competence of individuals relevant to the private security industry.