Safeguarding Adults in Sport and Physical Activity

Safeguarding Adults in Sport is a new project funded by Sport England to help National Governing Bodies, county sports partnerships, regional partnerships and sports clubs to develop best practice in safeguarding adults at risk.


Good Practice in Sport and Activity


Safeguarding adults is a responsibility for every sport and physical activity organisation. Getting this right will ensure a wider participation in sport or physical activity and ensure safe access for everyone.

We have a host of resources available to assist you in achieving best practice in safeguarding; to understand how legislation applies to adults in sport and activity; and to know, beyond the legal requirements, the best practice for keeping adults safe within your organisation.

See our Safeguarding in Sport and Activity Resources and Templates


Training and Consultation


We currently offer National Governing Bodies, regional organisations and sports clubs an introduction to Safeguarding Adults in Sport.

See our Safeguarding Adults in Sport and Activity Training Outlines

For more information contact ann-craft-trust@nottingham.ac.uk or call 0115 951 5400.

 

Safeguarding Adults in Sport & Activity Events

 

We have our Safeguarding Adults in Sport & Activity Seminar: Organisational Responsibilities from Board to Club on 9th May 2017.

Find out more about our Safeguarding Adults in Sport & Activity Seminar.

 


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