Welfare Officer


Role

To be responsible for the implementation of good practice and child protection

policies within the club.

 

Skills

      Approachable.

      Good listener.

      Good communication.

      Tactful and discreet.

 

Main Duties

      To ensure all possible child protection concerns (urgent and non urgent) are

dealt with following the ASA Child Protection Guidelines (Wavepower

document).

      To maintain, administer and manage the completion of the CRB check forms.

      To be aware of the child protection policies and procedures of the ASA and to

receive all updates of this nature from the ASA.

      To ensure Swimline is promoted by the leaflet on the club notice board.

      To raise awareness of good child protection practice with the teachers and

coaches through the ASA/Sports Coach UK Good Practice and Child Protection

workshop.

      To ensure volunteers (other than teachers and coaches) within the club are

introduced to good child protection practice through the NSPCC module,

Keeping Children Safe in Sport.

      To attend the ASA Time to Listen workshop.

 

Commitment

Dealing with issues as and when they arise plus club requirements i.e. 3 meetings

per year.

 

Benefits to Self

Contribution to ensuring a safe environment is provided for young people to enjoy

sport.

 

 

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