Mission Training and Consultancy Ltd was formed in 2001 and delivers Security Industry Authority (SIA) ‘approved’ courses to meet demands of new and existing legislation of the Private Security Industry Act 2001 and the Licensing Act 2003.
It is against the law to work as a Security Officer, Door Supervisor, CCTV Operator, Cash in Transit Officer, or Close Protection Officer without an SIA License to practice.

Mission Training offers a variety of courses aimed at educating those wishing to obtain the necessary qualifications to embark on a career within the security industry.

In addition, Mission Training delivers other security and Healthcare related vocational courses to enhance an individual’s skills, which assists with their continual professional development.

Mission Training is externally audited twice a year to ensure the high standards required by our Awarding Bodies are being met.

Our Instructors have a wealth of knowledge and experience, their backgrounds include Military service, Police service and years of working within private security industry. The instructors work hard to ensure you receive the best instruction in a comfortable learning environment.

We encourage the unemployed to gain training and qualifications to prepare them for the work place. For those seeking funding we suggest you speak to the Job Centre, Job Centre Plus and they should be able to direct you to other organisations that may be able to provide you with funding.

Our training services include:

  • Door Supervision Level 2
  • Security Guarding Level 2
  • CCTV Operations Level 2
  • Crime Scene Preservation Level 2
  • Close Protection Level 3
  • Conflict Management
  • Control and Restraint
  • First Aid
  • Fire Safety
  • Rigid Handcuffs
  • Pit Safety (front of stage)
  • Dementia Awareness & Safeguarding
  • Project Griffin (Counter Terrorism)
  • Personal Licence Holders (HABC) Level 2

We also offer bespoke training packages specially tailored to suit your needs

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