Mission Training is Kent’s leading security training academy, providing modern and dynamic frameworks of learning for those wishing to become a professional in the security industry.
About this course
Anyone wishing to be employed as a CCTV operator for public space surveillance has to be in possession of a license issued to them by the Security Industry Authority (SIA). This nationally recognised qualification, which is endorsed by the SIA, is the industry standard and enables a CCTV operator to meet one of the requirements to apply for their license to practice.
The following three modules are covered in the course:
- – Working in the Private Security Industry
- – Working as a CCTV Operator
- – Practical Operation of CCTV Equipment
What support material is available?
You will work through a course hand book which you will be provided prior to the course. This covers the knowledge required as a minimum standard for entry to the industry, as agreed by the members of the national steering and executive committees. It provides candidates with a clear reference as to their duties and responsibilities.
This qualification, which is regulated by Ofqual and is worth 4 credits, follows the SIA’s new specification. The unitised structure reduces overlap between subject areas making it easier for learners to gain qualifications for additional sectors (Door Supervision, Security Guarding etc.) as they will only need to sit the additional units.
Candidates who have completed the Working in the Private Security module as part of a Door Supervisor or Security Guard training course from 1st January 2015 do not need to complete this module again. Proof of prior training will be required for exemption.
Candidates who have completed the Working in the Private Security Industry module before 1st January 2015 may be exempt for further training but will need to re-sit the examination to gain the full Working as a CCTV Operator within the Private Security Industry qualification – so will need to book the full course option.
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IMPORTANT CHANGES AFFECTING SECURITY TRAINING
The Security Industry Authority, (SIA), is the governing body of the Private Security Industry.
One of its responsibilities is to set and approve standards of training, which includes training programmes.
The SIA has under-taken a review of the content for all SIA courses and as a result changes to these courses will come into effect from 1st April 2020.
We will publish new course dates via our website and other media platforms accordingly.