Safeguarding Children and allegations against workers, coaches or volunteers
Alongside making sure that all coaches and volunteers are safe to be around children and ensuring that you operate your club or group in a way that keeps children safe and grows your sport from the grass roots, you also need to know what to do if a safeguarding complaint or concern is brought to your attention. Hull Safeguarding Children’s Partnership is offering tailored 90-minute awareness sessions. If you are interested in learning more about how to manage allegations and please contact email: Kerry Conner email@example.com
Child Protection Sport Unit (CPSU) – Case Management Tool
The new and updated CPSU Case Management Tool has been updated. This tool looks at each element of an effective case management process. You can work through the information from start to finish or simply select the areas you want to know more about. For further information, please click here.
NSPCC Training and EventsThere are currently no formal qualifications specifically for safeguarding children in sport. However, a number of organisations have developed courses to help you and your team to keep children safe. Whether you're a beginner or a specialist, we can point you in the right direction. For more information please click here
British Esports launches new Parent & Carers Guide in collaboration with NSPCC
The guide aims to educate parents and carers about competitive gaming and online safety.
Download the guide below - Esport Parents Guide'.