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Organisations you can sign post to for support on a variety of topics. Click here 

DBS check 

Please find all the DBS and safeguarding information for Welsh Triathlon members, clubs and coaches in the FAQ's found here

Club welfare officer

A club Welfare Officer is the person within a sports club with primary responsibility for managing and reporting concerns about children and for putting into place procedures to safeguard children in that club. Please see below the descriptions of welfare officers: 

Child Club Welfare Officer Role Description

Adult at Risk Club Welfare Oficer Role Description

Download your Club Welfare Officer flier HERE

Referal forms 

If you have a concern about an indivudal please use the below forms to record the information recieved. 

Child Welfare Concern Referral Form

Adult at Risk Referral Form

Time to Listen Training

We ask that all Welsh Triathlon club Welfare Officers complete the 3 hour Time to Listen Training.

The Time to Listen Course provides the opportunity to consider the role and responsibilities of the Club Welfare Officer and the action taken should any incident occur. The course aims to support the Welfare Officer to; acquire core knowledge and develop essential skills, to fulfil their role adopt a child-focused approach to safeguarding, to share good practice and learn from others in the same role.

For dates of upcoming courses please click HERE

For other CPSU training course dates click HERE

Should you have any questions, or if you are concerned about a member of your club, you can contact our Lead Safeguarding Officer at Welsh Triathlon

amyjenner@welshtriathlon.org 

 

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