Safeguarding Adults in Sport & Activity Training 2022

Safeguarding Adults in Sport Training

As we start a new year, we encourage you to take time to reflect on your personal and organisational Safeguarding Adults training needs for 2022 and book onto one of the ACT training courses that is right for you. 

We have several dates scheduled for online delivered training courses throughout the year, both in England and Wales. We will also be delivering online seminars linked to our #SaferCultureSaferSport campaign. So keep an eye out for news of these on our website and bulletins through the year.

You can find a list of all the currently planned sport and activity specific safeguarding adult training courses for 2022 here.

Please note that we may add additional dates throughout the year.

NEW for 2022- Online Case Study Session

We received a lot of feedback about how useful working through and discussing case studies is in helping put policy and procedures into practice. So we decided to set up specific sessions focused on just that.

The aim of the new sessions is to offer those who have already completed ACT level 3 training the opportunity to engage in continual professional development to increase your application of knowledge and understanding in Safeguarding Adults in sport and activity.

You will have the opportunity to work through several sport and activity based scenarios which will enable you to think about how you feel about the situation presented, the issues you may need to consider and the actions you may need to take.

The sessions will provide supportive and confidential shared learning and group discussion allowing you to put into practice how you might respond to a potential Safeguarding adult concern in a safe environment.

We’re holding the first Case Study session on 8 February. So if you haven’t done so already, make sure you secure your place and book now.

Head here for more information and to book onto the February Case Study session.

Please note that this session is currently only open to those who have completed ACT Level 3 training. You’ll need prior safeguarding adult knowledge to get the most out of the session.

Head here for more information about our Safeguarding Adults in Sport Training.

If you have any questions about any of our training courses, please feel free to get in touch at