NVQ LEVEL 2 spectator safety

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Found 12th Feb 2014
what is it that you really do in this course!
got a new job and i have to attend and do the NVQ.
ive never done it!
someone have an idea?
if its a paper can you link something to a previous paper or something
as much info would be good!
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What is the purpose of this qualification?
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 stadia,
indoor arenas and other sport centres.
Who is this qualification for?
This qualification is for all learners aged 16 and above who are capable of
reaching the required standards.
Edexcel’s policy is that the qualification should:
• be free from any barriers that restrict access and progression
• ensure equality of opportunity for all wishing to access the qualifications.


edexcel.com/mig…pdf
Sounds interesting
An NVQ is a qualification that proves your competence. You will therefore have to do all of these things and then provide evidence you have done this. This is typically generated by someone observing you or by writing up actual occurrences that have happened or by the assessor asking you questions. You will also have to answer some paper based questions.

The easiest way to get most of this done is by professional discussion as it means less work for you. It does mean more work for the assessor though so they try and not do it this way. In all likelihood it will take you months to do but is a pretty straight forward qualification.
strikerman

An NVQ is a qualification that proves your competence. You will … An NVQ is a qualification that proves your competence. You will therefore have to do all of these things and then provide evidence you have done this. This is typically generated by someone observing you or by writing up actual occurrences that have happened or by the assessor asking you questions. You will also have to answer some paper based questions. The easiest way to get most of this done is by professional discussion as it means less work for you. It does mean more work for the assessor though so they try and not do it this way. In all likelihood it will take you months to do but is a pretty straight forward qualification.


any examples of the paper based questions?
coolcat1234

any examples of the paper based questions?



They are all in the document that simplyjimbo provided the link for. You can also see the criteria here: Register of Quals Click on the individual units and then the underline letters/numbers. This will show you an easier to see overview of the criteria that is also in the document link from simplyjimbo.

From the document linked from simplyjimbo, If you have a look at page 19 for example it says half way down Outcomes 1,2,4 and 6 ...... questions requiring written answers. If you then jump to page 21 the assessment criteria 1.1-1.3 (outcome 1) are the questions you need to answer. Basically anywhere in any of the assessment criteria for any of the learning outcomes where it starts: explain, describe, outline and list are the questions that you can provide written answers to. This looks a lot but many of the answers can be done in a sentence.

For example answer to 1.2 could be: Effective teamwork will reduce health and safety risks and ensure resources and funds are used efficiently. Effective teamwork will also increase morale and save time resulting in increased quality of work.

Hope this helps. Good luck!
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