Safeguarding Children's Sport
Safeguarding 1 - Code of Ethics Basic Awareness/Child Protection Workshop (3 hrs)
This workshop is for the benefit of everyone involved in children's sport (children, parents/guardians, sports leaders', etc). It provides introductory information on codes of conduct, bullying, recruitment, etc. as well as child protection guidelines. By following the principles, policy and practical guidelines contained in the Code, sports leaders are playing their part in providing a safe and enjoyable environment in which children can learn and thrive.
Safeguarding 2 – Club Children’s Officer Workshop (3 hrs)
A person appointed to the Club Children’s Officer position in a club must have completed the Child Welfare & Protection Basic Awareness workshop and should complete the NEW Club Children’s Officer 3 hour Training Course. This course will help the Club Children’s Officer to carry out the function of their role in the club and support the implementation of best practice in the club. Participants will also receive a Club Children’s Officer Action Planning document as part of the training.
Safeguarding 3 – Designated Liaison Person Workshop (3hrs)
The Designated Liaison Person is responsible for reporting allegations or suspicions of child abuse to TUSLA Child and Family Agency or Social Services (NI) and/or An Garda Siochána / PSNI. It is recommended that this person is a senior club person. However, if there is difficulty identifying a separate individual to take this role, the Club Children’s Officer can be appointed as Designated Liaison Person once the club/organisation is clear about the responsibilities of each role. The organisation’s child protection policy and procedures should include the name and contact details of the Designated Liaison Person and the responsibilities attached to the role.
- There are limited places available for the workshops and pre booking is essential as it is on a first come first served basis.
- Please note that there is a limit of 4 members from any one club/association per Code of Ethics Course. This restriction is in place to ensure each public course has a good variety of participants from different kinds of sports. In this way, the practical quality of a workshop is increased and participants from all sports have an equal opportunity to attain the knowledge and practice for children’s sport.
- Each individual must register and pay online to reserve a place on this workshop. A fee of €20 (+ €1.20 online registration handling charge) applies for administrative costs.
- All participants must be over 18 years of age.
- Certificates of attendance are issued at the end of the course
Upcoming Public Safeguarding Courses/Workshops:
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- Safeguarding workshops are now available for private delivery.
- Courses cost €350.
- All participants must be over 18 years of ages
- Maximum numbers are 16.
- Certificates of attendance are issued at the end of the course.
- A completed application form needs to be returned to the Cork Sports Partnership prior to delivery.
- Contact James in the Cork Sports Partnership on 021 4347096 or email email@example.com