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What is the appropriate action that you should take if you have concerns about a child or the behaviour of an adult?
It is really important if you do have a concern about a child or the behaviour of an adult that you:
By ensuring the children in your coaching sessions are safeguarded and protected will not only develop their ability and enjoyment for the sport, but will provide you with a fantastic opportunity to pass on your skills and love of your sport.
There is nothing more important than the safety and protection of children. That’s why there are certain workshops some governing bodies of sport regard as minimum standards for active coaches. You must attend them for you to be able to carry out your role safely and effectively.
sports coach UK has three Safeguarding and Protecting Children workshops:
You can also refresh and update your understanding of safeguarding at your convenience with an online alternative to SPC2 now available - Renewal: Safeguarding and Protecting Children in Sport*.
Download this helpful diagram to see what your options are.
* 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.
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