This explores the board or trustee responsibilities within sports organisations to identify risk factors, how to manage and respond to risk and understand the strategic and cultural elements of safeguarding adults.
Who is this training for?
For those involved in Sport or Activity at managerial, board or senior level of employment
Prior to attending this course: For those with no previous safeguarding training, it is recommended that the Introductory Training is completed.
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:
• Board members
• Senior Management Team
Board training course structure
Our board training courses is usually run either virtually or face to face over one ‘Safeguarding Training Session’ and two optional additional sessions before and after.
[Optional] Safeguarding Adults Presentation
(Minimum time: 1 hour)
This is an optional pre-learning session delivered solely by the Ann Craft Trust to give an introduction to safeguarding adults for senior staff and volunteers, in preparation for the up-coming training session.
Safeguarding Training Session
(Minimum time: 2 hours)
This is an essential training session which can be delivered solely by the Ann Craft Trust or jointly with the CPSU to explore board and trustee responsibilities in sport and activity organisations.
[Optional] Safeguarding Adults Update
(Minimum time: 30 minutes)
This is an optional debriefing session which should be used as a means to update the board following the Safeguarding Training Session.
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