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Safeguarding

We follow the Safeguarding requirements and procedures of the Lancashire Aikikai

 

Club Statement of Intent

Trafford Aikido believe all should enjoy Aikido in a safe and enjoyable setting particularly those for whom Safeguarding exists.   This approach helps us to achieve :-

  • Healthy personal development.
  • Positive and balanced relationships. based on mutual trust, fairness, respect and equality.
  • An environment:-
    • which makes Aikido fun and enjoyable.
    • where if abuse or bullying occurs they feel comfortable and safe to disclose.
    • where concerns over welfare are acted on and not ignored.
    • where no one is forced to do something they don't wish to in an Aikido setting.
  • That adults working with these groups understand their legal and moral responsibility and fulfil them.
  • Adults in the Club should not be placed in situations where allegations of abuse could be made.
  • Coaches are qualified and safeguard trained.

 

Club Accreditation:

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About Safeguarding Code

We all have responsibility to report concerns.

If you have a concern over a child under 18 years or vulnerable adult- then report your concerns:-

  • If you are a student - contact the Club Welfare Officer or speak to the class Instructor .
  • If you are a instructor - speak to the Club Welfare Officer or Club Leader.

If the child is at immediate risk - follow the Incident protocols - Safeguarding Concerns........(flowcharts) as set out on our Association's website from our Governing Body.

Reporting concerns:

.......... on safeguarding and protection issues. Unless to do so would place a child at risk of harm your first point of contact should be our Club Welfare Officer (CWO) - Algy Cole.

or if not available

Association - Child Protection Officer (ACPO) - Istvan Koloh Click here


More detail about Safeguarding policies and guidance can be found under "How We work"

childline

 

kidscape

 

nspcc

Websites / Help lines:

ChildLine 0800 1111

Kidscape (Parents Line) 0207 823 5430

NSPCC 0808 800 5000


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Read our guidance for Parents and Children about our expectations and support for Safe Practice. Please help your child understand too.

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