SIA Training Course Tamworth

 

SIA Training Course

Tamworth

 

About Our Courses

 

We understand how important this is, we therefore have made a complete teaching promise to all those who undergo any training course with us.

 

we exhuast all efforts to make sure you are comfortable and are happy to learn, no pushy sales and a friendly face all the time.

Our qualified teacher will suport and help all learners individually

If you fail you can resit for free

We will help with your CV

We will find you a job

We will help and suport for as long as required

We pay you £25 if your friends also want to learn

 

If you dont need any help with your CV or if you dont need any help in finding a job you pay the discounted price.

 

The Courses we provide

 

SIA Training Course:

When it comes to SIA Security Guard Training Course here's what you can expect

Full fee of £175 or easy to apply discounted fee of £150

From 3 day course for SIA Training

Full information on how to apply for your SIA licence

Free retest if you fail

New training center with full facilities

We teach all you need to know about SIA security guarding and more

 

Door Supervisor course:

When it comes to Door Supervisor Training Course here's what you can expect

full fee of £225 or easy to apply discounted fee of £200

4 day course for Door Supervisor Training

Full information on how to apply for your SIA licence

Free retest if you fail

New training center with full facilities

We teach all you need to know about door supervision and more

 

Conflict management course:

When it comes to Conflict Management Training Course here's what you can expect

full fee of £115 or easy to apply discounted fee of £90

1 day course for Conflict Management Training

Full Cetificate

Free retest if you fail

New training center with full facilities

We teach all you need to know about conflict management and more

About Tamworth

 

Tamworth is a large market town within an eponymous district in Staffordshire, England, located 14 miles northeast of Birmingham city centre and 103 miles northwest of London. Bordering northwest Warwickshire to its South and East, and Lichfield District to its North and West, Tamworth takes its name from the River Tame, which flows through it, as does the River Anker. At the 2011 census the town had a population of 76,900. Tamworth is the second largest settlement in Staffordshire after Stoke-on-Trent.

 

Tamworth is the home of the historic Tamworth Castle and Moat House and the town was the ancient capital of the Anglo-Saxon Kingdom of Mercia.

 

The town's main industries include logistics, engineering, clothing, brick, tile and paper manufacture. Until 2001 it was also home to the Reliant car company, which produced the famous three-wheeled Robin model and the Scimitar sports car for several decades. The Snowdome, the UK's first full-sized real-snow indoor ski slope is located in Tamworth, and only a short distance away is Drayton Manor Theme Park.