Evo Training wrote:If you putting nearly 500 candidates a month through u going to get complaints im afraid
And they will probably accept the level of complaints. To be fair how many guys looking to do the training would look on here beforehand and see the horror stories? I didn't.
Luckily I was trained by a guy who runs security in bradford (well so he told us) and he seemed to know what he was talking about. Giving us lots of scenarios and solutions that were outside the course structure.
I suppose a lot of it comes down to how much pride the trainer takes in his job and his conscience if he is sending guys into dangerous situations ill equiped.
I really do think there is a need (like the driving test) for some sort of training, either before or after the SIA, on the door. You are correct this shouldn't just be how to fight or about puting your hands up and saying no!
Before I started working with the guys I do I would have gladly paid for that extra training, experience.
You guys have so much to teach the new DS, regardless of size, age etc. I can thnk of one great white who I would love to see put his experience into showing us guys the ropes rather than telling us how bad it all is today!
I love to tell the guys in my day job " I taught you everything you know, but I didn't teach you everything I know" being on here and entering this new career (fair enough it's pocket money and a time filler) makes me realise how much of prikc that statement makes me.
If we have, skills, knowledge, experience lets share it, pass it on and hope that it saves at least one of us jacket fillers from.............