We’re Hiring: Consultant – Safeguarding Adults in Sport Training Programme

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We are seeking someone to review and develop our training for sports and activity organisations.

The Ann Craft Trust is a leading authority in safeguarding adults and young people at risk. We want to live in a world where people live safely, free from the risk of abuse.

The Ann Craft Trust supports organisations to safeguard adults and young people at risk and minimise the risk of harm. We do this through pioneering training, practice reviews and contributing to world-leading research.

We have a well-established safeguarding in sports team that supports sports and activity organisations at grassroots, professional and elite levels. As part of our support, we develop learning resources and a programme of training courses. We deliver this training through e-learning as well as via face-to-face/online courses. Our safeguarding in sports team delivers this training, as well as a small group of associate trainers.

We are seeking someone with the capacity and expertise to review and develop and the training we offer this sector. This will include developing the sports training we currently offer, enabling it to expand to meet future demand.

The Project Has Three Parts

  1. Review the current ACT Safeguarding in Sport training and learning programme.
  2. Consolidate and develop the programme.
  3. Develop a 3 year training, learning and development plan.

Want to Help Us Deliver World-Leading Safeguarding Training in Sport and Activity?

Head here to download a role specification. This contains more information about the project, with details on how to apply.

If you’d like to discuss this project further, please contact Joanne.pell@nottingham.ac.uk.

The deadline for applications is 12.00 pm 22nd March 2021.

We’ll be holding virtual interviews on Monday 12th April.