Safeguarding Adults in SportBook a Place
Safeguarding adults is a responsibility for every sport and physical activity organisation. Getting this right will ensure a wider participation in sport or physical activity and ensure safe access for everyone.
This three-hour course aims to provide awareness of safeguarding adults at risk in sport and activity for anyone within a sport or activity organisation.Book a Place
Aims of Safeguarding Adults in Sport & Activity Training:
- Explore responsibilities in relation to safeguarding (organisational, local and legislative).
- Identify the signs and symptoms types of abuse, and factors affecting risk of abuse.
- Look at what consists of poor practice.
- Know who to go to if you have a safeguarding adults concern.
Safeguarding Adults in Sport & Activity Training will explore the following areas:
- Supporting a safer environment
Look at how you contribute to creating a safer environment for adult participants.
- What is safeguarding?
Define what safeguarding is and how it applies to sports and activity organisations.
- Indicators of concern and types of abuse
Examine key indicators of abuse and learning to recognise the different types of abuse on adults
- Your role within safeguarding
Understand what your role is and your responsibilities in terms of safeguarding and participant’s welfare.