Club Welfare Officers
If you or your athlete has a safeguarding related matter you wish to discuss please do not hesitate to get in touch with our Welfare Officers.
The Welfare Officer’s role is to safeguard members so they have a positive and rewarding experience.
1st point of contact if anyone has safeguarding concerns – parent, carer, athlete, coaches, Committee member
Puts in place procedures to deal with concerns
As a Committee member, the Welfare Officer attends meetings, and advises the Committee on safeguarding matters
Promotes good safeguarding practices throughout the club
Ensures all policies and procedures are in place and adhered to, including SE’s SnowSafe Policy
Prepares written Codes of Conduct for parents and carers, athletes, coaches, volunteers
Other useful numbers:
- ChildLine UK – 24 hour helpline for children: 0800 1111
- ChildLine number for adults concerned about a child: 0800 800 5000
- Child Exploitation and Online Protection Centre: 0870 000 3344
- Kidscape – helpline for adults and young people concerned about bullying: 08451 205 204
- NSPCC Freephone – 24 hour helpline: 0808 800 5000
- The Samaritans: 116 123