An anti-bullying Z-card (fold-out leaflet) produced by Sport Nottinghamshire for children and young people involved in sport.
Deaf and disabled children are particularly vulnerable to abuse. This briefing provides guidance on how to recognise and respond to concerns about the welfare of a child.
This briefing highlights things that should be considered when taking children and young people away on trips – such as travel, ratios and insurance – and also best safeguarding practice for when acting as a host family.
Why, when, what and with whom? This webinar covers the challenges and concerns about sharing information in child protection cases.
Running events in public spaces can present a variety of additional safeguarding challenges, including security and photography. This briefing will help your organisation identify and address potential issues.
This guidance has been produced by the CPSU to help organisations to involve and engage children and young people in their work.
This simple-to-use checklist has been developed to support partners involved in providing sport activities for children and young people in Northern Ireland. It's intended to help ensure young participants will be safe and looked after during these activities.
This framework provides a set of standards of good practice for clubs in NI to work towards. These standards help organisations know what they need to do to protect children involved in sport, and to minimise avoidable risks.
This flowchart has been developed to support safe event planning for level-3 School Games. The information is intended to complement the detailed guidance, Safe sports events, activities and competitions (SSE).
The International Child Protection Certificate (ICPC), developed by ACPO and CEOP, is a criminal records check for UK nationals or non-UK nationals previously resident in the UK, seeking to work with children overseas.