This three hour course aims to cover the essentials for safeguarding adults at risk in sport and activity for anyone working with and having direct responsibility for a player’s welfare. With a range of training methods, we work with your organisation to develop courses that are directly relatable to day-to-day experiences of coaches and volunteers.
Who is this course for?
This course is anyone working with adults in sport with a direct responsibility for player’s welfare and who may recognise and raise concerns of adult safeguarding issues.
This could include:
- Team managers
- Volunteers with direct responsibility for players’ welfare
Aims of Safeguarding Adults in Sport & Activity Training: Level 2
- Explore responsibilities in relation to safeguarding (organisational, local and legislative).
- Identify the signs and symptoms types of abuse, and factors affecting risk of abuse.
- Look at what consists of poor practice.
- Understand how to determine the actions to take to safeguard an adult at risk.
Safeguarding Adults in Sport & Activity Training: Level 2 will explore the following areas:
- What is safeguarding? Defining what safeguarding is and how it applies to sports and activity organisations.
- Indicators of concern and types of abuse
Examining key indicators of abuse and learning to recognise the different types of abuse.
- Your role within safeguarding
Understanding what your role is and your responsibilities in terms of safeguarding and players’ welfare.
Explaining the process in involved and how you should respond to a safeguarding concern.
- You and the law
I Identifying relevant legislation and how this applies to you.
Training tailored to you
In addition to the above Safeguarding Adults in Sport & Activity Training: Level 2 we can provide bespoke training to meet your training needs.