Technical requirements to access the online classroom:
You can access the online classroom through your mobile phone, tablet, PC or laptop. The online classroom is powered by webex or zoom.
You will need the following equipment:
- Headset or a device with speakers
- Device with a microphone
- Ability to connect directly into your router (wifi access may drop out)
It is required that all coaches and volunteers (dependent on role) who have regular contact with swimmers, players and divers are required to attend a Safeguarding and Protecting Children workshop within three months of starting their role. A certificate from this course lasts for 3 years. As many of our volunteers use social media, the course organised by the region will also tackle issues that may arise from coaches, players, swimmers and divers, communicating via these platforms with each other and a wider audience.
This course is suitable for all clubs looking to complete their SwimMark accreditation or those clubs who will be required to complete Stronger Affiliation before the end of 2020. Clubs are required to submit a report for coaches and teachers which must demonstrate that all coaches/teachers within the club have a valid safeguarding qualification. It is also a requirement for both SwimMark and Stronger Affiliation that the Welfare Officer must have a valid Safeguarding qualification.
Swim England currently accepts face-to-face and online Safeguarding training delivered by UK Coaching.
Attendees must be a
- member of Swim England to attend this course.
- be over 18 years of age
Cost: £12.00 (non-refundable).
If for any reason the course has to be cancelled by the Regional Office then a refund or alternative course will be offered.
SENW Terms and Conditions
Closing Date: 9am Tuesday 1st April 2021