This briefing is designed to help clarify who has responsibility for undertaking an AccessNI check for sports coaches operating in schools and how often they require new disclosure certificates.
This CPSU briefing paper aims to support those working with young people in sport to better understand self harm and to enable them to be more aware of and respond appropriately to the issue.
Merseyside Sports Partnership (MSP) has made the Check and Challenge Tool - developed by the CPSU - an integral element of their programme commissioning process.
A good-practice example in which a CSP looks at the quality assurance of Sportivate project delivery, as well as supporting the dedicated coaches / facilitators involved in the programme.
This briefing paper outlines the role on Access NI and the service that they offer to sports organisations undertaking safer recruitment checks.
This briefing is designed to assist governing bodies, coaches and parents to consider the impact and pressure being placed on young elite athletes and what is acceptable practice within their sport.