Children - Need someone to Talk too ?
You can contact anyone of our 8 Child Welfare Officers within the Club
CHADDERTON PARK F.C - WELFARE OFFICERS
DBS Checks are controlled by Ann Dunks
REMEMBER YOU'RE NOT ALONE -
SOMEONE IS ALWAYS AVAILABLE TO TALK TOO
Enhanced CRB checks - DBS
All existing coaches whose last CRB was over 3 years ago
will have to have a New DBS check. Our Welfare Officers will be contacting the coaches
asking for the forms to be completed by yourself online ( with password )
and then arrange for you to show fresh proof of identification to one of the Welfare Officers,
who will approve and authorise your application
The cost to each coach is £ 10.00 so please bring this payment at the same time as your ID
Please click on the link or on the logo below to read / download Guidance Notes
EVERY COACH / ASSISTANT COACH MUST HAVE A DBS
Chadderton Park Football Club
Chadderton Park Football Club acknowledges its responsibility to safeguard
The key principles of The FA Child Protection Policy are that:
We acknowledge that every child or young person who plays or participates in football
Chadderton Park Football Club has a role to play in safeguarding the welfare of all children and young people by protecting them from physical, sexual or emotional harm and from neglect or bullying. It is noted and accepted that The Football Association Regulations applies to everyone in football whether in a paid or voluntary capacity. This means whether you are a volunteer, match official, helper on club tours, coach, club official or medical staff.
We endorse and adopt The FA’s Child Protection and Best Practice Guidelines for
interviews before appointing
All current Chadderton Park Football Club members with direct access to children and young people will be required to complete a CRB Enhanced Disclosure via The FA CRB Unit. If there are concerns regarding the appropriateness of an individual who is already involved or who has approached us to become part of Chadderton Park Football Club guidance will be sought from The Football Association. It is noted and accepted that The FA will consider the relevance and significance of the information obtained via The FA CRB Unit and that all decisions will be made in the best interests of children and young people.
It is accepted that The FA aims to prevent people with a history of relevant and significant offending from having contact with children or young people and the
Chadderton Park Football Club supports The FA’s Whistle-blowing Policy.
Chadderton Park Football Club has appointed 3 Club Welfare Officers (CWO) in line with The FA’s role profile and completion of the Child Protection and Best Practice Workshop. The post holder will be involved with designated persons training provided by The FA. The CWO is the first point of contact for all club members and parents/carers regarding concerns for the welfare of any child or young person. They liase directly with the CFA CPO and will be familiar with the procedures for referring any concerns. They will also play a proactive role in increasing an awareness of poor practice and abuse amongst club members.
Codes of conduct for coaches, players, officials and parents/carers, officials and coaches have been implemented by Chadderton Park Football Club. In order to validate these codes of conduct the club has clear sanctions to deal with any misconduct at club level and acknowledges the possibility of potential sanctions which may be implemented by leagues or the CFA in more serious circumstances.
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