Education and Training

With experience advising and managing security at a range of major sport events around the world, ICSS ENTERPRISE experts are ideally place to support your ongoing training and development. Through cutting-edge instructional design and delivery methods, each course is performance-focused, balancing the appropriate amount of theory with skill-developing activities and real-world application. This combination optimises your learning in an engaging manner, resulting in increased capabilities, knowledge and skill retention.

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Case Studies

International Advanced Studies Programme on Sport Safety and Security Management

In response to growing safety and security challenges facing sport events worldwide, the ICSS and the SRH University Heidelberg in Germany developed the first International Advanced Studies Programme on Sport Safety and Security Management. The International Advanced Studies Programme provides participants with the unique opportunity to learn about the latest effective, practical and theoretical approaches in sport safety and security management with the aim of graduating as a Certified Sport Safety and Security Professional.

Small course sizes facilitate interaction among students, as well as with professors and experts from relevant fields.

As an internationally oriented and tailor-made programme, the International Advanced Studies Programme offers an innovative and effective educational approach which combines both academic and best practice. As a Certified Sport Safety and Security Professional, graduates will gain extensive knowledge and experience to help plan, deliver and evaluate safe and secure sport events and competitions. Click here to download the course programme.

Securing a FIFA World Cup

With the influx of tens of thousands of people, securing a FIFA World Cup requires a substantial amount of planning and coordination between national, regional and international authorities.

Governments, law enforcement agencies, intelligence, transport and police are all involved in securing a major sport event making it an extremely complex operation. With this in mind, the ICSS ENTERPRISE delivered a tailor-made training course that focusses on outlining the requirements to deliver a safe and secure FIFA World Cup.

Course topics included:

  • Russian Football Premier League Workshop
  • Overview of Safety and security at FIFA World Cups
  • Risk and Security Environment
  • Access Control
  • Crowd Management and Control
  • Emergency Management
  • Safety and Security Responsibilities

With the growth of domestic football in Russia and preparations underway to host several high-profile international sport events, the ICSS delivered a safety and security workshop with the Russian Football Premier League (RFPL) in Moscow.

Under the theme of ‘Stadium Security in light of 2018 World Cup preparation: Russian and International practices’, a range of stakeholders from Russian football attended the workshop including clubs, stadium directors, security officers, players unions, representatives of the 2018 FIFA World Cup Local Organising Committee.

ICSS experts joined over 80 representatives from RFPL members to help enhance understanding and share some of the latest trends in sport safety and security. Alexey Sorokin (CEO, 2018 FIFA World Cup Russia™ Local Organising Committee) and the Ministry of Sport of the Russian Federation also attended.

Topics that were discussed throughout the day included:

  • Security Operations
  • Infrastructure / Security by Design
  • Fan Management
  • Legal Framework, Legislation, Regulations and Governance