FA Safeguarding Workshop

FA Safeguarding Children Workshop

IMPORTANT NOTICE FOR PARTICIPANTS

Due to the ongoing coronavirus outbreak, in line with UK Government and FA advice at this time, we have postponed all FA Education Courses until further notice. 

Whilst we aren't currently accepting bookings for date specific courses, we are inviting people to Register your Interest in future courses. By doing so now you will help us better plan where and when courses are organised across the region once we are able to resume.

 

To Register Your Interest in this course, scroll to the 'Available Dates' section at the bottom of this page and click on the 'Register Your Interest' tab.

Course Overview

Minimum Age: 16 years

Course Duration: 3 hours

Price: £30

Leading To: ‚ÄčThe FA Welfare Officers Workshop

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COURSE DETAILS

The FA Safeguarding Children Course is being redesigned and is not currently available to book.

The course will relaunch in early spring as an online course, so you can complete it at a time that suits you.

The course will provide club representatives, coaches, referees and volunteers with an awareness of best practice in safeguarding children in football. The course supports The FA’s strategic goal to raise standards across the game.

The FA Safeguarding Children Course is designed for anyone that works with young people.

Focused on making football safe, the course will help you learn how to recognise signs and symptoms of abuse, while understanding fears involved in these concerns.

This course is an introduction to Safeguarding Children in football and will cover:

Recognising safeguarding concerns.
Responding appropriately to concerns about a child.
 How to identify signs and behaviours that cause concern.
How to contribute to keeping environments safe.
 Where to seek help, advice and guidance.
Identifying appropriate actions to take and who can help.

 

Outcomes

This course will help you to:

  • Understand how safeguarding is everyone’s responsibility.
  • Implement some simple steps to keep environments safe.
  • Identify and respond appropriately to poor practice incidents.
  • Recognise the different forms, signs and indicators of abuse, including grooming.
  • Identify the barriers to children disclosing and reporting abuse.
  • Respond appropriately to safeguarding disclosures and concerns.
  • Record and report safeguarding concerns effectively.
  • Seek advice, find resources and organisations who can help.

Available Dates

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Get in Touch

By Phone: 01235 558450

By Email:
Education@Berks-BucksFA.com

Important Information

We adhere to a strict cancellation policy and by enrolling onto our course you agree to have read and agree to be bound by our Terms and Conditions.

Please also note; when signing up to one of our courses, please include relevant medical information in the 'sign up note' box.