Safeguarding Adults in Sport
Encouraging people to participate in sport or physical activity has countless benefits, including helping a person feel less isolated and promoting a sense of belonging. Anybody involved in organising, delivering or supervising sports activities has a responsibility for safeguarding. This course will help them understand what safeguarding is and, by recognising the indicators of safeguarding concerns, challenge and report any practice they feel has the potential to put an adult at risk.
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Key features and benefits
Price £18.50 excl. VAT
Max. Duration 2 hours
Target Audience Sport
- Two modules
- Multiple-choice questionnaire
- Two CPD credits
- Optional narration for accessibility
- Personalised, downloadable certificate
- 70% pass mark
- Printable modules for future reference
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What customers say
"UK Athletics’ coaches and officials are able to complete certified courses in safeguarding and preventing bullying at their own pace in their own time. They ensure our members are compliant and up-to-date on essential safeguarding and it helps them to understand what they need to do to safeguard vulnerable people in their clubs and communities."
Welfare Lead/England Athletics