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- 4 Day Event Steward/Football Stewards Course

Those providing security services at events working on a wholly voluntary basis will not require an SIA licence. A volunteer must not receive any reward, benefit or payment in kind.

If you manage, supervise and / or are the employer of individuals who engage in licensable security services, but you do not personally carry out the front line activity at any time, then you need a non front-line licence.Security Training - 4 Day Event Steward/Football Stewards Course

If you have a non-front line door supervisor licence you do not need to get another non-front line licence if you are involved in another area of licensable activity. For instance, if you are a director of a firm supplying door supervisors but you also supply security guards, you will not need to get a second non-front line licence.

Those working at events undertaking licensable activity will require an SIA licence.

Licensable activity is defined as:

  • Guarding premises against unauthorised access or occupation, outbreaks of disorder or damage
  • Guarding property against destruction, damage or theft
  • Guarding one or more individuals against assault or injury
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