Which safeguarding training is right for you will depend upon your role within sport, as well as your safeguarding experience and knowledge. Follow the link below to see the guidance produced by the CPSU:
UK Coaching - Safeguarding & Protecting Children in Sport 1
(requirement for Clubmark)
Suitable for those who have never completed a Safeguarding & Protecting Children in Sport workshop before. Provides information and good practice linked to procedures for protecting children from abuse.
Candidates under the age of 16 are not permitted to attend this course; 16-18 years of age can attend but must be accompanied by an appropriate adult.
Not sure what course you need? Please see the document below.
Here are the workshops we have available:
- Wednesday 11th December 2019 @ County Hall, Truro
- Thursday 6th February 2020 @ Chy Trevail, Bodmin
- Tuesday 24th March 2020 @County Hall, Truro
All run from 6.30 - 9.30pm and are £30 per person
UK Coaching - Safeguarding & Protecting Children in Sport online refresher
UK Coaching is delighted to announce a new way learners can renew their safeguarding training online with refresher module plus any of the following:
• Positive Parents in sport module
• Deaf and Disabled children in sport module
• Digital Kids in sport module
SPC 2 refresher is now available online and coaches that need to renew their SPC can book an online course and update their qualification at a time to suit themselves.
Who is it for?
The eLearning is suitable for you if you're a coach, student, sports official, sport leader, parent or volunteer, aged 18 or over and have already attended the 'Safeguarding and Protecting Children' (SPC1) workshop.
* Check with your governing body of sport for further information, and to ascertain whether or not it recognises completing the eLearning as an appropriate way to renew your safeguarding training.
For more information on course the please click here
UK Coaching Launch NEW Online Course!
Keeping Deaf and Disabled Children Safe in Sport
Learn-by-doing in real-life, decision making challenges
Developed in partnership with the NSPCC's Child Protection in Sport Unit (CPSU) the Keeping Deaf and Disabled Children Safe in Sport module, is a convenient way for you to learn how you can make sport inclusive for children with a condition or impairment - at a time to suit you.
Practice overcoming challenges faced by disabled children in sport.
For £13.99 (ex VAT) our new style of online learning offers you the opportunity to learn-by-doing, making online decisions based on real-life stories and scenarios of disabled children in sport, so that you can see the consequences of those decisions in a safe environment.
By putting you at the heart of the action, letting you practice your decision-making skills in a virtual environment and giving you the space to try again - as many times as you want - without fear of anyone looking over your shoulder, it will help you gain a deeper, longer-lasting understanding.
You'll also get access to a bank of tools, tips and resources that you can start using straight away.
After completing the module you will be able to download your certificate of completion.
Watch this amazing video on how a UK Coaching Safeguarding & Protecting Children Workshop made this coach more confident.
UK Coaching CERTIFICATES
N.B. All participants at sports coach UK workshops receive a certificate of attendance. All certificates are sent to the participant after the workshop. Please allow 6-8 weeks (from the workshop date) for your certificates to arrive.
If you have not received your certificate, please call 0845 6013054 with your name, contact telephone number, course title, venue and date.
SAFEGUARDING AND PROTECTING CHILDREN & UNDER 18s
Under 18s who are required to attend this workshop must be accompanied by a responsible adult. This person could be their parent, mentor, teacher, coach etc. It is not a requirement that the responsible adult attends as a paying delegate. If the adult does not wish to participate or receive a certificate and resource, then they will not be asked to pay.