These parental behaviour scenarios can be used or adapted by clubs or sports organisations to represent the challenges they may face.
BBC Radio 5 live broadcast on surviving abuse and creating a safeguarding culture in sport, from the Sport Resolutions 2016 Conference in London.
This webinar explores the emotional impact of working in safeguarding within sport, particularly in designated safeguarding roles.
This 2013 NSPCC report describes the experiences of 11-12 year olds on social networking sites. It also looks at roles that parents, social network providers and regulation can play to protect them.
This webinar includes best-practice examples to protect young people. It also covers how you can use the online world in your work while keeping yourself safe and maintaining professional boundaries.
This article defines overuse injuries and overtraining syndrome. It looks at how prevalent they are in sport and how to reduce the risks for young athletes.
Recording of our webinar exploring how and why disabled children are additionally vulnerable to abuse, and what steps can be taken by sports organisations to safeguard them.
A guide for professionals and organisations on what the NSPCC does and the ways it can work with you to protect children and prevent abuse and neglect.
A good practice example from Disability Sport Wales (DSW). They have developed an athlete code of conduct procedure in an easy-read format.