We’ll explore best practice, the law, and how to implement safeguarding policies in your organisation.
Who is this course for?
This course is for anyone responsible for receiving concerns and making safeguarding referrals in NGBs and Active Partnerships.
When: Tuesday 19 May, 2020.
Times: 10:00 am – 4:00 pm.
Where: Room B18, The Law and Social Science Building, The University of Nottingham, University Park, Nottingham, NG7 2RD.
Cost: Free – including lunch and refreshments.
We have room for a maximum of 16 delegates.
Please note: If you book a place and cannot make it, please let us know within 28 days of the event. Otherwise we will charge you a cancellation fee. Feel free to send another delegate from your organisation in your place.
Aims of Safeguarding Adults in Sport & Activity Training: Level 3
- Learn how to create a safer environment.
- Define an adult at risk and abuse.
- Consider recent safeguarding cases in sport.
- Understand types of abuse, and the signs and signals of abuse.
- Recognise cause for concern scenarios and understand when to refer.
- Identify levels of response.
- Understand the role of the Local Authority.
- Understand whistle blowing, writing a report and forensic evidence.
Safeguarding Adults in Sport & Activity Training: Level 3 will explore the following areas:
- Best practice.
We’ll use case studies and examples of scenarios in sports organisations to demonstrate safeguarding best practice.
- Implementing safeguarding policies.
Learn how to implement safeguarding policies throughout your organisation. Also learn how to encourage and inform others.
- What to do when you receive a safeguarding concern.
Explore your role in the process. Learn how you should respond to a concern reported to you.
- Making a safeguarding ‘referral’.
Learn how to support the coach or volunteer who has the concern. Find out how to make a referral to the relevant authorities.
- Safeguarding and the law.
Identify relevant legislation to safeguarding and activity. Discuss how these relate to safeguarding for sports and activity organisations.
We’ll also explore what you can do if a case doesn’t meet the local authority’s safeguarding adults thresholds, but you still want to support the person.