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Delivered by UK Coaching
This workshop aims to increase awareness of safeguarding and protecting children, helping coaches recognise signs of abuse and poor practice. It also prompts a review of coaching practice to ensure that sport provides a positive and enriching experience for children.
Note: the FA and LTA only accept their own Safeguarding qualifications.
In the workshop you will cover:
- identifying and recognising good coaching practice and the implications for them
- exploring values and feelings in relation to child abuse and recognise how these may potentially impact on responses
- recognising and responding to the signs and symptoms of child abuse and poor practice
- taking appropriate action if concerns about a child arise
Who should attend:
Anybody involved with the delivery of children’s sport - coaches, leaders, instructors, development officials, committee members, administrators, and volunteers. Attendees must be 18+, or attend with an adult.
To book on Safeguarding and Protecting Children
Please read our booking conditions and then select either Surrey resident (£35) or Non-Surrey resident Booking (£43) on the date you wish to attend. You'll then be redirected to our booking system which is hosted by Surrey County Council. Please note that minimum attendee numbers are required for any course to run.
Once booked, details about the workshop will be sent a week before the workshop date.
Concessions are available for Surrey Clubmark clubs listed by Sport England, full-time students, those on job seekers, people registered as disabled, and carers receiving carers allowance. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org with evidence to apply for a discounted place.
Tues 29 January
Thurs 14 February
7 - 10pm, Godalming
Weds 27 February
7 - 10pm, Staines
Tues 19 March
6 - 9pm, Guildford
Weds 27 March
7 - 10pm, Runnymede
Thurs 4 April
7 - 10pm, Walton
Tues 16 April
7 - 10pm, Camberley
Surrey Youth Focus Safeguarding Network
Working with and funded by Surrey County Council, the Surrey Youth Focus Safeguarding Network helps the Safeguarding Leads/Welfare Officers of organisations who offer activities or services to young people to safeguard young people.