Spectator Safety Level 3 NVQ Certificate

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Spectator Safety Level 3 NVQ Certificate

Course Overview: 

The qualification provides the required knowledge and experience to work as a steward in sports grounds, at music festivals, marches and any other events that require spectator safety and fulfilling the requirements for stewarding set out by the Government in the Green Guide.

The primary target group is stewards who provide services – such as health, safety and security, customer service to help spectators have a safe and enjoyable experience at the event. Typical settings will be events held at either indoor or outdoor facilities including for example, football stadium, indoor arenas and other sport centres.

Whatever context the learner is working in, it is essential that their evidence comes from working with real equipment, facilities and customers, as part of temporary or permanent employment. It is very important that evidence is generated from real work activities, not ‘skills test’ type exercises, set up purely for the sake of assessment.

In addition, simulation and questioning are allowed for a limited number of items in some other units. These are clearly detailed in the evidence requirements. Where simulation is used, this should follow the requirements of the assessment strategy for this NVQ.

This qualification is proof that they have the right skills to their job well - which is why so many employers look for people who have one. The qualification is well respected within the industry.

Entry Requirements: 

This qualification is for anyone who works in a supervisory position within the spectator safety environment. The learner must show a sufficient level of competence to complete all four mandatory as well as two optional units.

Course Delivery: 

This qualification aims to assess the competence of senior stewards and supervisors at spectator events. Learners would be expected to demonstrate ability in preparing stewards and venues for spectator events, develop working relationships with colleagues and deal with spectator problems and emergencies.

Learners are assessed in the workplace performing real work activities. In addition to observation, there is a range of other methods of assessment available such as written questions and simulation.

Progression Opportunities: 

It allows candidates to progress into employment or to the following City & Guilds qualification:

• Level 4 NVQ Diploma in Spectator Safety Management (6852-04)
 

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