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Level 2 Award for CCTV Operators in the Private Security Industry


EDU Training Centre Ltd

Summary

Price
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£170 inc VAT (was £230)
Or £56.67/mo. for 3 months...
Offer ends 31 December 2022
Study method
Classroom
Duration
3 days, Full-time
Qualification
No formal qualification
Additional info
  • Exam(s) / assessment(s) is included in price
  • Tutor is available to students

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Location & dates

Location
Address
370-372
Manchester Road
OLDHAM
Lancashire
OL97PG
United Kingdom

Overview

This specific course run over three days and consists of three units. First 2 units are exam based and the third one is practical with the tutor.

  • Working within the Private Security Industry
  • Working as a CCTV operator within the Private Security Industry
  • Practical use of CCTV equipment

Description

You will undertake 2 multiple choice exams and one practical assessment on CCTV cameras. The exams will be on the last day. Certificate will be issued by the awarding body and delivered to EDU Training Centre Ltd on successful completion of the course. All resits are free. Other organisation charge for resit between £25 to £100.

Who is this course for?

Anyone want to use CCTV cameras on premises. You will need to do the course and apply for SIA licence.

Requirements

You must be over 18. You must be able to speak, read and write English. Minimum requirement of English is Level 2. You must have proof of ID and address.

Career path

After this course you can also join Door Supervision course or Close Protection course.

Questions and answers


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Kevin Wright asked:

I am a fully qualified SIA door supervisor, looking to complete a CCTV course to get my SIA CCTV badge. Will this course get me my badge?

Answer:

End of the CCTV course you will get a certificate and then you can apply for CCTV badge. Exactly same way you have applied for Door supervision badge. If you are applying for the 2nd badge it will be half price from SIA (£110).

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Mark asked:

Can you provide me with course dates please.

Answer:

Hi our next CCTV course is on 16, 17 and 18 December 2019.

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Mateus asked:

Is this course qualified to get CCTV badge licence and are you in Leeds as well?

Answer:

Yes after comleting this course you can apply for cctv licence with SIA. We dont have any venue in Leeds. We do cctv course only in Oldham.

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Vincent asked:

When is the next course in Oldham

Answer:

Next CCTV course in Oldham is on 17 to 19 February 2020. I have update on reed. So you will be able to booked.

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Vincent asked:

When is the next course being held in Oldham I have an SIA door supervisors licence do I need to sit the first module or am I exempt j?

Answer:

It depends when you have done yours Door Supervision course. We can apply for exemption. It depends on the awarding body. If you send us your certificate then we can tell you. Our next cctv course in Oldham is on 20, 21 and 22 Jan 2020.

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mohamed asked:

i have failed too many times CCTV Course and I wander. I would like to retake one exam.

Answer:

You can retake one exam from centre where u have done course because you already paid there. We do full course and we have free resits policy.

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Joseph Robinson asked:

Hello, due to covid19 will the course still be running?

Answer:

Hi Because of Covid-19 we are not running any courses till further notice.

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Hassan asked:

When will the next course start or are they being held online, also if the payment can be divided into more than 3 monthly installments

Answer:

We are closed for next 3 weeks. Please keep eye on news. Whenever government decided to open businesses we will be open and start running courses.

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Ikram asked:

Already have sia door supervisor license. Looking to do CCTV course also. when is the new course starts and are classes held online or ....

Answer:

Sorry for late reply. We do conduct CCTV courses but we are closed at the moment because of Corona virus. As soon as we are open we will start our courses. Please wait a for a month and check reed for course dates.

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Waqar Ashraf asked:

Hi, what time do you start the course? Thanks

Answer:

its start at 10am.

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Aa Apa asked:

When will held the next course in March? Thank you.

Answer:

Hi, Our next CCTV course is on 16th, 17th and 18th of March. It will be soon updated on the system. If you have any further query please do not hesitate to ask. Regards EDU Training centre Ltd

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