EduCare extends Duty of Care in Sport course portfolio
As NGBs, clubs and leisure providers seek to improve their Duty of Care to athletes and participants, EduCare is relaunching its EduCare for Sport® service with new and improved training content.
of Care in Sport Duty
Working with expert authors at UK Athletics, The Running Mind (a Mental Health initiative from the Dame Kelly Holmes Trust) and Sports Injury management specialists Return2Play, we have developed four new courses for sport and leisure, clubs and
Our new Duty of Care training courses for athletes and participants in sport and leisure are:
- Mental Wellbeing in Sport and Physical Activity
- Safeguarding in Sport
- Preventing Bullying in Sport
- Concussion Awareness
These have been added to our other high-quality courses that are already included in the complete Safeguarding and Duty of Care training service - EduCare for Sport®.
Duty of Care training for volunteers
The new courses have also been included in a new version of EduCare for Sport® that has been developed specifically for volunteers. The new service contains six essential Safeguarding and Duty of Care courses and costs from just £40 per person. Our
Speaking about the new courses and new service for Volunteers, Jo Aldridge, EduCare's Sports
"Following on from the football abuse scandal, Baroness Grey-Thompson's Duty of Care in
"From listening to our customers, including representatives from British Triathlon and the CSP Network, we knew that the army of volunteers who work tirelessly for their sport, only have
If you would like more information or, would like to arrange a free trial of any of the courses, please get in touch today.Return to news