Part Time - AIM Awards Level 2 NVQ Certificate in Spectator Safety (QFC)

Who is the qualification for?

The course has been designed for unemployed people, aged 19+ and seeking to work in the Security Services Industry. This course provides the underpinning theoretical knowledge and practical skills required by the industry.

To be eligible for this course you must:

Be aged 19+ on or before 31 July 2015. If you are aged 19 after this date, you will be eligible for courses from the 1st August 2015 – 31st July 2016. You must also have permission to work in this country, be currently unemployed and actively seeking employment.

What are the entry requirements?

There are no formal entry requirements.

How much does the training cost 

The course is fully funded by the government for those who are unemployed, aged 19+ and claiming eligible benefits.

How will this qualification improve my career prospects?

The qualifications delivered on this course are specified requirements by the industry. The qualification is aimed at anyone working or wishing to work in the Match Day and Event Stewarding Industry. This could include a variety of sporting or musical events. The qualification meets the requirements laid out in the Football Licensing Authority’s Guide to Safety at Sports Grounds (known as the Green Guide). It also provides knowledge and competency components for the Intermediate Level Apprenticeship in Spectator Safety.

What will I study on the course?

The qualification consists of 6 mandatory units:

  • Prepare for spectator events
  • Control the entry, exit and movement of people at spectator events
  • Monitor spectators and deal with crowd problems
  • Support the work of the team and organisation
  • Help manage conflict
  • Deal with accidents and emergencies

Course Enrichments:

Level 1 Certificate in Workskills:This certificate is intended to equip learners with the skills to enable them to complete the process of applying for employment and having the confidence to participate in interviews and increase the potential of a successful job outcome.

Improvised Explosive Device Awareness (IED):This award is designed to give learners an awareness of the component parts of an IED, what learners need to be aware of and the actions to take on discovery of a suspicious package.

Fire Safety Awareness:This award is designed to give learners an awareness of the effects of fire, the causes and how to deal with fires. Learners will also be able to identify the different types of extinguisher and identify the different classes of fire.

Door Supervisor:This will enable you to apply for an SIA Licence and give you the opportunity to work in the Security Industry.

How long will it take?

The qualification will be studied over 4 weeks, 4 days a week, however there may be variations in study period depending upon the venue you choose to study.

How will I be assessed?

All elements of the course will be continuous assessment against the criteria, established through the completion of a portfolio of evidence, observation of practical knowledge and workplace competency, and/or on-screen/paper based final tests.

 

Download the course factsheet

For further information contact info@cablecomtraining.co.uk Or telephone 01642 804000

Key Details

  • The qualification consists of 6 mandatory units:
  • Prepare for spectator events
  • Control the entry, exit and movement of people at spectator events
  • Monitor spectators and deal with crowd problems
  • Support the work of the team and organisation
  • Help manage conflict
  • Deal with accidents and emergencies

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Course Duration

  • The qualification will be studied over 4 weeks,4 days a week, however there may be variations in study period depending upon the venue you choose to study.
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