UK Coaching Safeguarding and Protecting Children Workshop
This workshop is a requirement for all Coaches, Club Welfare Officers and anyone else in a role with significant access to, or responsibility for, children.
It will help you:
- To recognise your responsibilities towards children and understand the formal reporting structure to be followed in the event that you become aware of any concerns relating to poor practice or abuse.
- To reflect and compare your own practice against what is currently regarded as good practice and to identify ways to improve.
- To ensure that you do not conduct yourself in a manner where the welfare of a child or children could be at risk or where, as responsible adults, you could be putting yourself in a position likely to give rise to allegations of poor practice or misconduct.
How much will it cost?
How long is the training?
Who should attend?
It is a requirement for all Coaches, Club Welfare Officers and anyone else in a role with significant access to, or responsibility for, children.
How is the workshop structured?
This workshop is tutor-led and delivered either in an online-classroom or face-to-face. It encourages group discussion, makes reference to case studies and involves some practical activities.
Where can I find a workshop?
The vast majority of courses can be booked on the UK Coaching website, or alternatively your local Active Partnership may run some face-to-face workshops.