This training includes how to identify concerns, respond to concerns and disclosures and how to create a safe culture within a sport or activity setting.


Who is this training for?

For those involved in Sport or Activity who:

  • have direct responsibility for adult athletes, participants, volunteers, members or staff

and/or

  • may recognise and raise concerns about welfare and adult safeguarding issues

For those with no previous safeguarding adults training, we would recommend completing the Introductory Training prior to attending this course.


What job roles are suited to this training?

Examples of the voluntary or paid job roles of people this course could be provided to include:

• Club Welfare Officers
• Coaches
• Club officials
• Support workers
• Volunteers
• Referees
• Umpires
• Instructors

Team support staff, for example:
• Physio
• Team doctor
• Psychologist
• Performance Analyst


What type of training is this?

This Essential Training consists of a 3 hour online training session, with optional supplementation of two e-learning courses.


Book & purchase essential training courses

We run these online training sessions regularly throughout the year, find a date that suits you and book your place.

Courses available from September 2022.

Safeguarding Essentials Online Training Session for England
(based on English legislation)

See up-coming Safeguarding Essentials for England course dates

 

Safeguarding Essentials Online Training Session for Wales
(based on Welsh legislation)

See up-coming Safeguarding Essentials for Wales course dates

Optional additional e-learning courses

We recommend these e-learning courses as an optional addition to compliment the Essential Training course. However, these e-learning courses alone would not constitute full training sessions and are not recognised by the Ann Craft Trust as part of our ‘core training’.

You can purchase individual course licences or multiple licences if you’re buying on behalf of others.

For England: Safeguarding Adults in Sport: Setting Club Standards (for club committee members)
(English legislation)

Safeguarding Adults in Sport: Setting Club Standards

 

For England: UK Coaching Safeguarding Adults for Coaches
(Welsh legislation and available in Welsh or English)

UK Coaching Safeguarding Adults for Coaches

 


Are you eligible for free training?

This training (excluding e-learning courses) is free to all Sport England, UK Sport or Sport Wales funded National Governing Bodies (NGBs) in England and Wales and to Active Partnerships (APs) in England.

Other organisations which receive funding from Sport England may also be eligible, to find out whether your organisation qualifies for free training, get in touch.

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There is a small charge for organisations who do not qualify for free training.


Training tailored to you

In addition to our training courses we can provide bespoke training to meet your training needs. Get in touch to discuss your requirements.

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