LEVEL 2 CERTIFICATE IN SPECTATOR SAFETY (RQF) (2021)

The Level 2 Certificate in Spectator Safety qualification is suitable for those people who wish to work at events such as football matches, festivals, concerts and other publicly attended mass gatherings.

This accredited qualification is aimed at learners who wish to gain a nationally recognised and accredited qualification in spectator safety.

This qualification provides learners with the knowledge skills and understanding, to enable them demonstrate competence in Spectator Safety.

To complete this qualification, learners must have a recognised First Aid qualification before the qualification can be certificated.

COURSE UNITS

In order to achieve this certificate, learners are required to complete the following seven mandatory units:

  • Preparing for spectator events
  • Assisting with the movement of spectators
    Dealing with crowd issues at events
  • Managing and resolving conflicts
  • Dealing with incidents at spectator events
  • Supporting the work of the team and organisation
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Level 2 in Spectator Safety
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ASSESSMENT

After completing the underpinning knowledge for the qualification, learners will then be assessed against all the units at least once whilst working in the spectator safety environment.


This course may be available fully funded dependent on the status of your business. To find out more how you can access funding for the Level 2 Certificate in Spectator Safety, or to book a place on the course, hit the contact button below.

Level 2 in Spectator Safety
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COURSE SPECIFICATION

This qualification is aimed at individuals who work or wish to work in the match day and events stewarding industry.

The qualification meets the requirements laid out in the Football Licensing Authority’s Guide to Safety at Sports Grounds (known as the Green Guide).  

The course covers a number of modules including preparation for stewarding activities, identifying and dealing with physical hazards, knowing how to prepare for stewarding activities, how to search the venue for suspect items and  controlling the entry and exit of people at events. It also covers how to provide people with information and help them with other problems as well as how to search people for unauthorised items.

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