Level 3 Certificate in Spectator Safety (RQF)

Level 3 NVQ Certificate in Spectator Safety (RQF)

  • Level 3 NVQ Certificate in Spectator Safety (RQF)
  • The objective of this qualification is to prepare learners for employment and support a Supervisor role in the workplace.It is designed for those learners working or wishing to work in the match day and events stewarding industry at a supervisory level. This could include a variety of sporting, festival or musical events. The qualification meets the requirements laid out in the Sports Ground SafetyAuthority’s Guide to Safety at Sports Grounds (known as the Green Guide).
  • The average time taken to complete this NVQ is 6 months however it may be completed in anything from 10 weeks to 2 years
  • 18 or above, working at Level 1 or above in English, Excellent English communication skills and the opportunity to be assessed in the workplace at Supervisory level
  • The Learner will complete a combination classroom training and some home studyThe Learner must complete all four  mandatory units:
    1. preparing stewards and venues for spectator events
    2. maintaining stewarding in designated areas and dealing with spectator problems and emergencies
    3. dealing with accidents and emergencies
    4. developing productive working relationships with colleagues

    and 2 x optional such as:

    • Help to manage conflict
    • Work with others to improve customer service

    Control and detain people at a spectator event for action by the police

  • A portfolio of knowledge evidence  and  workplace assessments
  • Advanced Learner Loan funding may be available for 19+. Full cost: £540
  • Progression form this level would be to a senior safety position such as Deputy / Safety Officer or Security Events Management .Level 4 NVQ Diploma Spectator Safety Management – For Safety Officers and Managers (potentially funded  for 19+ Advanced Learner Loans)Level 5 Apprenticeships Operations Management with the L4 Diploma In Spectator Safety Management included (potentially funded)