Safeguarding in Sport – FREE Survivor Led Child Protection Training



Course Description

This Safeguarding in Sport course will provide you with practical tools and knowledge to use in your dodgeball club, helping you to ensure your commitment to excellence in safeguarding. Written by safeguarding and child protection experts, the course covers the key types of abuse to be aware of, how to identify them, and how to report and record your concerns.

Upon completion, you will be issued with a certificate.

This course comprises of six sections:

• Introduction to Safeguarding

• Types of Abuse and their Indicators

• Responding to Concerns About Abuse

• How to Report and Record a Concern

• Good Practice in Sport

• Safeguarding in Sport Assessment

Who should take this course?

Adults who work or volunteer at a dodgeball club are in a position of trust and have a duty of care towards the children. This applies whether you’re a coach, volunteer, safeguarding lead, committee member, parent or different role.

Price: Free
  • 1-2 hours of learning
  • Full audio voiceover
  • CDP Certification
  • Endorsed by NSPCC

Go to course

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