Level 2 Certificate in Spectator Safety (RQF)

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The objective of this qualification is to provider learners with the knowledge, skills & understanding of being a Safety Steward. Learners will be able to demonstrate competence in Spectator Safety.

The Level 2 Certificate in Spectator Safety is made up of 5 Mandatory Units. They include:

Prepare for spectator events

Assist with the movement of spectators and deal with crowd issues at events

Help to manage and resolve conflicts

Deal with incidents at spectator events

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Support the work of your team and organisation

Why Choose Mitre?

Expert Tutors with extensive Stewarding and Policing Experience

Access to our online Knowledge Centre

A blend of Face to face tutorials and online webinars to suit you

Learn from a network of your peers through our Mitre Community

Hear from our expert guest speakers during our webinars

 

Key Information

What's the Duration?

The total qualification time for this qualification is 240 hours, of this 73 are recommended as guided learning hours. We recommend allowing up to 6 months to complete a minimum group of 10 learners, although durations can vary.

What's the Delivery Method?

Our team will work with you to agree the most suitable delivery schedule. This may involve face-to-face training, online learning, or a blend of the two! 

How is the qualification Assessed?

In order to achieve the Level 2 Certificate in Spectator Safety, learners are assessed using an externally set, internally assessed matrix. This includes a mandatory, open-response workbook per unit to be completed and marked, as well as at least one practical, on the job observation.

Do I need any Previous Experience?

Learners starting the Level 2 programme do not need previous experience, although experience of working in a Stewarding role and at the venue where on the job observations will take place is recommended.

Learners will need to complete the ACT! Awareness E-Learning Certificate to complete the Level 2 Spectator Safety Certificate. 

Through the programme, learners will be given training to provide basic life support. Prior training in First Aid should be encouraged.

How much does it Cost?

Our training programmes are tailored to each of our customers to ensure they are best suited to their requirements, including the delivery schedule and number of candidates to be trained. Speak to us receive a bespoke quotation. 

The world of spectator safety has changed and we always recommend picking up the phone for a quick, no obligation chat to provide you with the information that you need.

Contact Us

The Mitre Group

Mount Cook Adventure Centre

Porter Ln, Middleton, Matlock
DE4 4LS

01773 525 406