CYFC will be holding a FA Safeguarding Children Workshop on Wednesday 5th April at the Copthorne Social Club from 7pm.
Cost is £25 (club members costs will be covered by the club)
To book, please contact Paul Buckle. Email email@example.com
For everyone who works with young people, this workshop focuses on making football safe. The course teaches our football workforce to promote best practice to protect young people. Candidates will learn how to recognise signs and symptoms of abuse, and understand fears involved in these concerns.
Candidates must be at least 16 years of age (coaching/ standalone)
Candidates must be at least 16 years of age (refereeing)
Course Aims & Objectives
The workshop will raise your awareness and specifically help you to be able to:
Identify and build on best practice in football
Recognise signs of abuse and identify what behaviour causes concern
Identify the actions to take if you have a concern and who can help
Develop your action plan for change
Building a network of designated persons
Promoting best practice
Reviewing your practice
What is Poor practice? What is abuse?
What is child abuse?
Types of abuse
Believe it or not
Incidence of abuse
Signs and indicators
What to do about poor practice and abuse?
Who to contact
Dealing with possible poor practice and/or abuse in a football setting
Dealing with concerns outside the football setting
Responding to a child who discloses
Recording your concerns
Dealing with bullying
Taking action: for you, your club, team or organisation
Taking action for yourself
Equality: FA Learning will ensure that it treats people fairly and with respect and that it will provide access and opportunities for all members of the community to take part in, and enjoy, it's activities in an atmosphere free from harassment, bullying, discrimination or abuse. FA Learning will seek to provide a service which is appropriate to the needs of an individual and to make reasonable adjustments or provide support, where appropriate, to cater for those needs.
Updated 09:05 - 6 Mar 2017 by Paul Buckle