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Door Supervisor course

Learn Door Supervisor skills with our interactive Level 5 course


UK Professional Development Academy LTD

Summary

Price
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£10 inc VAT (was £595)
Offer ends 25 September 2021
Study method
Online, self-paced
Duration
4 weeks
Access to content
12 months
Qualification
No formal qualification
CPD
100 CPD hours / points
Additional info
  • Exam(s) / assessment(s) is included in price
  • Tutor is available to students
  • Certificate of completion available to purchase separately

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Overview

Door Supervisor

The Door Supervisor Skills course is designed by specialists by considering the need of both the job seekers and people already working with established businesses, which covers most of your professional needs in the field of office management and administration.

The Door Supervisor Skills diploma course will help you to learn from scratch and take you to a higher level of professionalism. As you may know that Door Supervisor Skills are important because possessing good Door Supervisor Skills establishes trust and professionalism in the workplace. So, if you are looking to join various Door Supervisor Skills and organizational skills, then these are your most desired courses.

Are you new to online learning?

Don’t worry. Along with providing most professional courses, UKPDA also provides the most regular tutor support via online mediums and will guide you in every possible way to get the most out of your online course. Further to this, assessments are really challenging, but interesting, will not take much of your time. You will have to read through the provided study material and attempt the Multiple Choice Questions (MCQ’s) afterwards.

Door Supervisor

To make it easy for the learners this Door supervisor course is divided into various different modules and sub-modules in which you will learn that executive and personal assistant, communication strategies, customer support, organizational skills, time management, telephone etiquette, administrative support skills, facilitation skills, basic soft skills, and MS Office essentials.

Door Supervisor - Course Benefits

The following is included for online study with the UK Professional Development Academy.

  1. Courses / Training that best-suited Work Experience, Knowledge and Skills.
  2. Self-paced Training/Courses to continue working while studying
  3. Self-Paced Courses to get free from the deadlines
  4. Course materials that include Training Manual, Mock Quizzes, and Case Studies that challenge you to apply your knowledge that can be in PDF, Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint format.
  5. Assessment resources are accessible through our online learning platform 24/7.
  6. A professional one-to-one tutor to provide all-inclusive assistance throughout the course online.

Note: This course is not to apply for SIA License. For applying for the SIA license, the learner needs to get a Level 2 Award for Working as a Door Supervisor within the Private Security Industry (QCF).

Level 5 Diploma in Door Supervisor Skills is a CPD Accredited Diploma. This Diploma is for those who have the security badge and like to enhance their skills in office management and administration to work as a corporate security officer. Our skill-focused CPD Accredited courses are specially designed to enhance their skills. Take your career to the next level or possibly start out in an exciting new direction. We are confident that you will get the best training and gain the necessary skills and knowledge.

Door Supervisor - Assessment

  • The Learner will have to attempt the final test (online multiple-choice test 2 attempts). Then, if necessary, may try the trial a third time at no extra cost.
  • Your test will be assessed automatically and straightaway so that you will directly know whether you have been successful or not.
  • The passing score is 75%.
  • Before attempting your Final Test, you will have the opportunity to test your proficiency with a Mock Test (Unlimited attempts).

All test(s) / Assessment(s) are online and are taken either through or after the course; these are included in the course price.

Door Supervisor - Duration

The minimum time period to complete this training is 4 Weeks. But it is a self-paced course, and the duration of completion depends on the learner’s pace and ability to give time to study.

Learners will have access to their Training via Learning Platform for up to 12 months from the date of enrolment. During this period, flexibility will be given to learners completing the course at any time.

CPD

100 CPD hours / points
Accredited by Step Ahead CPD Qualifications

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Description

Door Supervisor

Course Outline

The Door Supervisor course is based on 100 CPD points. Therefore Learner must need to complete the following modules given below

Modules Outline

This CPD course in Door supervisor comprises 10 modules. these include

Module 1: Executive and Personal Assistant

The Door Supervisor module covers the following topics:

  • Door Supervisor - Adapt to the needs and styles of management
  • Door Supervisor - Communicate through written, verbal, and nonverbal methods
  • Door Supervisor - Improve time management skills
  • Door Supervisor - Manage meetings effectively
  • Door Supervisor - Act as a gatekeeper
  • Door Supervisor - Use the tools of the trade effectively

Module 2: Communication Strategies

The Door Supervisor module covers the following topics:

  • Door Supervisor - Understand what communication is
  • Door Supervisor - Identify ways that communication can happen
  • Door Supervisor - Identify barriers to communication and how to overcome them
  • Door Supervisor - Develop their non-verbal and par verbal communication skills
  • Door Supervisor - Use the STAR method to speak on the spot
  • Door Supervisor - Listen actively and effectively
  • Door Supervisor - Ask good questions
  • Door Supervisor - Use appreciative inquiry as a communication tool
  • Door Supervisor - Adeptly converse and network with others

Module 3: Customer Support

The Door Supervisor module covers the following topics:

  • Door Supervisor - Define customer support
  • Door Supervisor - Know the different venues for customer support
  • Door Supervisor - Recognise the challenges of customer support
  • Door Supervisor - Learn different applications
  • Door Supervisor - Know proper forms of documentation
  • Door Supervisor - Learning to be proactive in customer support

Module 4: Organisational Skills

The Door Supervisor module covers the following topics:

  • Door Supervisor - Examine current habits and routines that are not organised
  • Door Supervisor - Learn to prioritise your time schedule and daily tasks
  • Door Supervisor - Determine ways of storing information and supplies
  • Door Supervisor - Learn to organise personal and workspace
  • Door Supervisor - Learn to resist procrastination
  • Door Supervisor - Make plans to stay organised in the future

Module 5: Time Management

The Door Supervisor module covers the following topics:

  • Door Supervisor - Plan and prioritise each day’s activities in a more efficient, productive manner
  • Door Supervisor - Overcome procrastination quickly and easily
  • Door Supervisor - Handle crises effectively and quickly
  • Door Supervisor - Organise your workspace and workflow to make better use of time
  • Door Supervisor - Delegate more efficiently
  • Door Supervisor - Use rituals to make your life run smoother
  • Door Supervisor - Plan meetings more appropriately and effectively

Module 6: Telephone Etiquettes

The Door Supervisor module covers the following topics:

  • Door Supervisor - Recognise the different aspects of telephone language
  • Door Supervisor - Properly handle inbound/outbound calls
  • Door Supervisor - Know how to handle angry or rude callers
  • Door Supervisor - Learn to receive and send phone messages
  • Door Supervisor - Know the different methods of employee training

Module 7: Administrative Support Skills

The Door Supervisor module covers the following topics:

  • Door Supervisor - Getting Organised
  • Door Supervisor - Manage their time more effectively
  • Door Supervisor - Prioritise their time, so they can get it all done.
  • Door Supervisor - Complete Special Tasks
  • Door Supervisor - Verbal Communication Skills
  • Door Supervisor - Non-Verbal Communication Skills
  • Door Supervisor - Empowering Yourself
  • Door Supervisor - Deal better with their managers
  • Door Supervisor - Taking Care of Yourself is a priority

Module 8: Facilitation Skills

The Door Supervisor module covers the following topics:

  • Door Supervisor - Define facilitation and identify its purpose and benefits.
  • Door Supervisor - Clarify the role and focus of a facilitator.
  • Door Supervisor - Differentiate between process and content in the context of a group discussion.
  • Door Supervisor - Provide tips in choosing and preparing for facilitation.
  • Door Supervisor - Identify a facilitator’s role when managing groups in each of Tuckman and Jensen’s stages of group development: forming, storming, norming, and performing.
  • Door Supervisor - Identify ways a facilitator can help a group reach a consensus: from encouraging participation in choosing a solution.
  • Door Supervisor - Provide guidelines in dealing with disruptions, dysfunctions, and difficult people in groups.
  • Door Supervisor - Define what interventions are, when they are appropriate, and how to implement them.

Module 9: Basic Soft Skills

The Door Supervisor module covers the following topics:

  • Door Supervisor - Discuss how soft skills are important to success in the workplace
  • Door Supervisor - Understand the 10 key soft skills everyone should have
  • Door Supervisor - Use soft skills to relate more effectively to others in the workplace
  • Door Supervisor - Understand how to use soft skills to communicate, problem-solve, and resolve conflict
  • Door Supervisor - Apply soft skills to specific situations

Module 10: Microsoft Office

The Door Supervisor module covers the following topics:

  1. Excel 2016 Essentials
  • Create and Manage Worksheets and Workbooks
  • Manage Data Cells and Ranges
  • Create Tables
  • Perform Operations with Formulas and Functions
  • Use Quick Analysis, Charts and Objects
  1. Outlook 2016 Essentials
  • Communicate by Email
  • Manage Messages
  • Manage Schedules
  • Manage Contacts and Groups
  • Manage the Outlook Environment
  1. PowerPoint 2016 Essentials
  • Create and Manage Presentations
  • Insert and Format Text, Shapes and Images
  • Insert Tables, Charts, SmartArt, and Media
  • Apply Transitions and Animations
  • View Slideshows and Work with Multiple Presentations
  1. Word 2016 Essentials
  • Create and Manage Documents
  • Format Text, Paragraphs, and Sections
  • Create Lists and Tables
  • Insert and Format Graphic Elements
  • Create and Manage References

Door Supervisor - Course / Training Format

After successful enrolment, the learner will get access to the UKPDA Learning Platform, where all the study material / Training Manual will be available. Learning Platform can be accessed 24/7 anywhere, anytime.

Training Manual contains several modules, each having specific knowledge and case study at the end. All the course material will be in the form of texts (images/illustrations), and there are no video or live lectures during the training course.

The Test (MCQ’s) will be based on modules of the Training Manual.

Door Supervisor - Certificate

Upon successfully passing the Course, a learner needs to pay for the CPD Accredited Certificate of Completion either in PDF format or Hard-copy.

Certificate of Completion (PDF format) = £42

Certificate of Completion (Hard-copy) = £65 + postage charges; local £9, international £14.

Who is this course for?

Door Supervisor

Door Supervisor

Without any prior knowledge of Door Supervisor Skills, the learners can take this training course and in addition to this, there are no age restrictions. Thus, anyone who is passionate and ambitious about Door Supervisor Skills can take the course. There are no specific deadlines for admission, and you can enrol anytime on this course.

Requirements

Door Supervisor

There are no precise requirements for the Door Supervisor Skills Certificate as no prior knowledge and experience of Office Admin is required.

Students seeking to enrol in this course should meet the following requirements;

  • Be age 16 years or above
  • Solid knowledge of English Language
  • Working Knowledge of Information Communication Technologies for studying online that is the Internet and Microsoft Office
  • A genuine desire to study and succeed

Career path

Door Supervisor

After completing the course/training, you will be able to grip yourself with specific knowledge and skills with the highest level of confidence to improve yourself and enhance the skills for your career in the relevant employment sector.

Questions and answers


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John asked:

does doing this course mean I can apply for an SIA license if I pass the assessment at the end?

Answer:

No, Not to apply for SIA Licence. This is a CPD Endorsed Course. This course is for those who have the security badge and like to enhance their skills in office management and administration to work as corporate security. Our skill-focused CPD courses are specially designed to enhance their skills. Take your career to the next level or possibly start out in an exciting new direction. We are confident that you will get the best training and gain the necessary skills and knowledge.

This was helpful. Thank you for your feedback.

Eamonn asked:

Will i be able to work in a wide range of sectors with the door supervisor licence, for example events, like concerts, retail, bars, clubs, contruct

Answer:

This course is not to apply for SIA Licence. For applying the SIA licence learner needs to get a Level 2 Award for Working as a Door Supervisor within the Private Security Industry (QCF). Level 5 Diploma in Door Supervisor Skills is a CPD Accredited Diploma. This Diploma is for those who have the security badge and like to enhance their skills in office management and administration to work as corporate security Officer.

This was helpful. Thank you for your feedback.

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