Getting your SIA licence to work in the security industry can be a complicated process. At Train4Security, we make this process easy and simple. We've helped over 300,000 customers in getting their SIA licence and with 40+ locations, we have the largest SIA security training network in the country.SIA Training Courses How it works
The best choice to start your career in the security industry. This course caters to both new entrants and seasoned professionals. Don’t be fooled by the course name, the SIA Door Supervisor course allows you to work in shops, pubs, bars, clubs, shopping centres, warehouses and many other roles.More info
There are over 2.5 million CCTV cameras in the UK. CCTV operatives usually work in control rooms to monitor images and report crime. The CCTV training course is a great way to start your career or the perfect supplement for Door supervisors looking to bump up their CV and their career to the next level.More info
The longest and most rigorous SIA training course, Close protection operatives (CPOs) usually work as bodyguards for VIPs, celebrities, high net worth individuals or in maritime, aviation and hostile environment protection. The role is usually demanding but rewarding. We only recommend this course for professionals with prior experience in the industry looking to take their career to the next level.More info
A great course to start your career in the security industry. Usual roles include static guarding, manned guarding and key holding. We strongly recommend the SIA Door supervisor training over Security guarding as Door supervisors can work on licensed premises and also cover all Security guarding roles.More info
Our in-depth course guide will help you to make the right choice for your career.
Before you book onto a course, read about the courses and see what roles you would like to work in. There are 4 SIA training courses to choose from and each course enables you to work in particular job roles. The most popular SIA training course is the SIA Door supervisor course.
The next step is to complete your chosen course in one of our 40+ locations with one of our approved training providers. All SIA courses require attendance in person and you must pass the course before applying for your licence.
This is the last step in getting your licence and starting your new career. Once you receive notification of passing the course, simply complete an application on the SIA website and your licence should be posted to you after 2-4 weeks.