We currently offer training for vehicle immobilisation as this is our industry which we have worked in since 1989, to date we have trained over 20 parking enforcement companies, in the future we will also be offering security operations.
- BTEC Security Qualifications
- BTEC Security operations
- BTEC vehicle immobilisation
- BTEC Door Supervision
Edexcel are working with the (SIA) as an endorsed awarding body offering a range of qualifications in support of licensing the security industry. For further information please visit there web site www.edexcel.org.uk
Our training room
We can normally accommodate up to 14 candidates for one course
Parking Enforcement Agency
Wheel Clamping Code of Practice / Training providers
Tel: 0208 651 0260
Fax: 01959 577 866
Vehicle Immobilising/ Licences/ who needs one
The directors, mangers, supervisors and operatives which provide vehicle immobilising.
The employer and his employees (including directors or partners engaged in- house or under contract vehicle immobilising or towing away services all will need individual licences.
The staff of a supermarket chain who immobilise or tow away the cars of shoppers who overstay their welcome in the chains car parks.
Those permitting vehicle immobilising or towing from their land to would include for example, private land owners who do not get in licensed contractors but do their own immobilising or towing and charge a fee. Volunteers, for example, a person helping a vehicle immobilise to place a wheel clamp on a car will need a licence.
What happens if you operate with out a licence?
Summary conviction at a magistrates court the maximum penalty of six months imprisonment and or a fine of up to £5,000, or trial on indictment at the crown court, whereby an unlimited fine and/or five years imprisonment could be imposed.
For further information on vehicle immobilising and licences please have a read of the Security Industry Authority web site www.the-sia.org.uk
THE PARKING ENFORCEMENT AGENCY IS ONLY RESPONSIBLE FOR TRAINING.
Core competency training is delivered in two parts as follows:
Part One Knowledge based training and Assessment (21hours)
- Introduction to wheel clamping and removals
- Introduction to the history of the service and the clamp and relevant legislation (Private Security industry Act 2001)
- Signs, lines and enforcement vehicles
- Vehicle registration marks
- Health and safety
- When to clamp and when to remove vehicles
- Vehicle tow away
- Completing paperwork
- Practical case studies (clamping, removal and paperwork)
- Use of photography
- The payment process
- Procedures for start and end of shift
- Radio operations
- Discretionary parking
- Standards of individual behaviour for vehicle immobilises and customer care
- Equal Opportunities
Part Two Practical, Scenario based training and Assessment (14 hours)
- Avoiding conflict and reducing risk
- Defusing conflict
- Resolving conflict
- Post incident considerations and learning from conflict
These sessions will be delivered over 5 days with an average course day of 7 hours.
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