Who’s looking after the people looking after the people?
To mark day one of Safeguarding Adults Week, we are hosting a free workshop from Ian Braid about how individuals can look after their own wellbeing when supporting others. The workshop will be hosted online from 10-11am on Monday 20 November.
This hour long workshop will bring together people from a range of sectors to discuss and share good practice in looking after those who have a responsibility to look after others. Sport England’s strategy, ‘Uniting the Movement’, aims to address inequalities across the country. To do that, people from sport, activity and health will come together and collaborate to make a sustainable difference for others. We need to take care of ourselves individually and collectively so we can care for others.
This session will be led and facilitated by Ian Braid M.Sc. M.CIMSPA. The workshop will include:
- An introduction from Ian sharing his own lived experience and passion for duty of care (to self and others).
- Breakout groups to discuss and share examples of good practice, challenges faced, results etc.
- Sharing the discussions and outputs from the groups .
- A summary of key themes from Ian.
About Ian Braid
Ian brought together his significant experience in sport and his passion for helping others under the umbrella of DOCIAsport the company he founded in 2017. He brings a refreshing and independent view to all aspects of duty of care in sport from the perspective of coaches, officials, athletes, administrators, and the sector itself. Ian is acknowledged as a trusted leader whose opinions are widely sought in sport, higher education, government, and business. He is recognised as a champion of mental health education. DOCIAsport won a national award as Mental Health Consultancy 2020 and the Global Business Awards ‘Best Sustainable Sport and Activity Provider 2022’, for work in the sector.
Ian has given acclaimed keynote presentations, lectures, podcasts, and workshops throughout the UK. His vision as CEO of the British Athletes Commission led to the sector strengthening the support offered to adults at risk in sport. He also played a key role in the DCMS review of duty of care in sport, assisting Baroness Tanni Grey-Thompson. These became the platform for Ian to deliver sustainable positive change in sport and through sport applying his values, skills, and experience.
Book your place
There are only 25 places on this free workshop, so please book online to secure your place. Please cancel your place if you can no longer attend so that your place can be reallocated.Book your place!