Achieving level 2 CCTV training qualification is the legal requirement in order to work as a CCTV operator. According to BSIA there are almost certainly 6 million CCTV cameras in all over the UK. CCTV operators view and observe footage and images through these cameras in order to maintain the safety of public and property.
The level 2 CCTV training qualification permits you to achieve the SIA license. So as to get the SIA licence you need to show that you are trained to the right level. We at Formula Skills provides the finest training in our centres which helps you to pass your CCTV course assessments.

In order to obtain an SIA licence you will need to show that you are trained to the right level. This applies to front line staff only.
To get one of the qualifications linked to Public Space Surveillance (CCTV) licensing you will need to attend and take two training modules and take and pass two exams. The duration of the training should be 32 hours. The course may be delivered over four days or during weekends and/or evening sessions.
CCTV Course Content
  • Common Security Industry Knowledge
  • Public Space Surveillance (CCTV) Operations
  • Introduction to the Roles and Responsibilities of the CCTV Operator and other CCTV Staff
  • Codes of Practice, Operational Procedures and Guidelines
  • CCTV Equipment and its Operation
  • Legislation
  • Dealing with Incidents
  • CCTV Surveillance Techniques
  • Emergency Procedures in the CCTV Control Room
  • Health and Safety at Work in the CCTV Control Room

Duration of the Course

Learners are required to attend 3 days training in order to achieve this qualification.

Assessment Methods

Observation and multiple questions techniques are used in order to assess that learning has been undertaken


Individual course price from £150 and discount on group bookings.

How to book the course

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English requirements

Learners are required to speak, understand, read and write in English at minimum English Level 1.

Documents Required

Learners are required to present passport or driving license in order to prove their identity as well as also have to provide proofs of address i.e. bank statement, utility bills, Letters from HMRC etc.


Results can be achieved within 7 working days after the exams.