Our series of child safeguarding courses have been created in conjunction with Swim England.Search courses
It is recommended that anyone who comes into contact with children either at a Swim England club or in swimming lessons expands their knowledge of safeguarding and how to respond to any concerns through the free Swim England Child Safeguarding Basic Awareness eLearning.
Those that are working directly with young or vulnerable people, such as teachers or coaches need to complete the Swim England Child Safeguarding course and refresh their knowledge every 3 years so they can recognise and deal with any issues sensitively, appropriately and effectively, should they ever arise.
There are two versions of the Swim England Child Safeguarding Refresher course. You only need to book and complete one of these. You can choose from:
This workshop will raise your awareness of signs of abuse, and give you the tools and confidence you need to deal with any issues sensitively, appropriately and effectively should the need ever arise.
This eLearning refreshes your knowledge and includes important updates on legislation, mental health and self-harm. You must have gained your Swim England Child Safeguarding certificate within the last three years to complete this refresher.
This eLearning refreshes your knowledge and includes important updates on legislation and mobile device use in sport. You must have gained your Swim England Child Safeguarding certificate within the last three years to complete this refresher.
This free online resource has been created with Swim England to give everyone involved in clubs a basic overview of child safeguarding.
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