Level 2 CCTV OPERATIONSPricing Information
Under the Private Security Industry Authority Act 2001, all individuals wishing to work in the private security industry must undertake a recognised qualification before applying for a licence.This accredited qualification has been developed to meet the requirements of the Security Industry Authority (SIA). It is based on the relevant SIA Specifications for Learning and Qualifications and provides the necessary skills and knowledge for those who wish to apply for an SIA licence and work as a CCTV operative.
Unit 1 – Working in the Private Security Industry
- Know the main characteristics of the Private Security Industry
- Understand legislation as it applies to the individual in carrying out a licensable activity
- Understand the importance of safe working practices to comply with legal requirements
- Understand fire procedures in the workplace
- Understand emergencies and the importance of emergency procedures
- Understand the importance of communication skills and customer care
Unit 2: Working as a CCTV Operator within the Private Security Industry
- Understand the roles and responsibilities of the CCTV operator and other CCTV staff
- Understand CCTV codes of practice, operational procedures and guidelines
- Understand relevant legislation and how it impacts on CCTV operations.
- Understand the importance of communication within CCTV operations.
- Understand emergency procedures in the CCTV control room.
- Understand the characteristics of a CCTV system.
- Understand health and safety relevant to the CCTV operator
Unit 3: Practical Operation of CCTV Equipment
- Understand how to use CCTV equipment
- Be able to operate the CCTV system
Dear candidate, it is a must you invest in this qualification if you are considering or have completed our door supervision course as you are severely limiting yourself in gaining employment in security if you choose to take this course standalone as there are limited security control rooms in reflection of the amount of CCtv operations taking place in today’s world there are substantially more security CCTV systems in operation than SIA licensed security guards, and their purpose is to minimise risks, anyone wishing to observe and operate CCTV security systems where they may be monitoring public space must have a SIA CCTV operator license, failing to do so may result in a £5000 fine or 6 months prison. Be in position to increase you employment opportunities in security by a minimum of 50% by investing in this qualification as your customers will benefit from a dynamic security officer, one that can screen customer, conduct patrols and loss prevention but also manage their CCTV operation in accordance to the law. Ask yourself, if you was in need of a security operative, would you want them to be not only physical protect your business but also to manage the system security on the premises?
Please note it is mandatory for all candidates to hold or achieve a First Aid at Work or First Person on Scene qualification when applying for your SIA license.
You must provide:
- Two identity documents from group A. At least one document must show your current address and at least one document must show your date of birth.
- One identity document from group A and two documents from group B. At least one document must show your current address and at least one document must show your date of birth.
- If you are a UK passport holder, your passport number entered on the application form. You do not need to submit the actual passport.
- Signed valid passport of any other nationality.
- Signed valid UK photo driving licence (both parts of the full or provisional licence are required)
- UK original birth certificate issued within 12 months of birth
- UK biometric residence permit
- Valid EU photo ID card.
- Valid UK firearms licence with photo
- Signed valid UK paper driving licence.
- Marriage certificate or Civil Partnership certificate, with translation if not in English.
- UK birth certificate issued more than 12 months after date of birth, but not a photocopy.
- Non-UK birth certificate, with translation if not in English.
- UK adoption certificate
- P45 statement of income for tax purposes on leaving a job issued in the last 12 months.
- P60 annual statement of income for tax purposes issued in the last 12 months.
- Bank or building society statement issued to your current address, less than three months old. You can use more than one statement as long as each is issued by a different bank or building society.
- Mortgage statement issued in the last 12 months.
- Utility bill (gas, electric, telephone, water, satellite, cable) issued to your current address within the last three months. You can only submit one utility bill in support of your application.
- Pension, endowment or ISA statement issued in last 12 months.
- British work permit or visa issued in last 12 months.
- Letter from H.M. Revenue & Customs, Department of Work and Pensions, employment service, or local authority issued within the last three months. You can submit more than one letter as long as each is issued by a different Government department or a different local authority.
- A credit card statement sent to your current address within the last three months. You can submit more than one statement as long as each is issued by a different issuer.
- Council Tax statement issued in the last 12 months.
- Child benefit book issued in last 12 months.