Nothing is more important than providing youngsters with a safe and secure environment in which to participate in sport and physical recreation – and to reinforce and uphold this, Table Tennis Wales has achieved Level Two of the NSPCC Standards for Safeguarding Children in Sport.
Table Tennis Wales takes its duty of care to safeguard and protect the welfare of children participating in the sport extremely seriously – and it is bestowed into every member that it is their responsibility to help ensure that the highest standards of care are maintained, and any abuse is reported immediately.
In addition to the welfare of children, Table Tennis Wales also takes its responsibilities very seriously in terms of its duty to care to adults at risk and there are separate policies in place to reflect this area of safeguarding.
If you would like access to the information, Table Tennis Wales has a strict code of conduct, policies and procedures – all of which can be read in the accompanying pages. These are regularly monitored and updated, and we welcome any comments from adults and young people alike.
Table Tennis Wales also supports clubs to ensure their own policies and procedures are robust, and we liaise directly with them to provide this support. This is essential not only for the protection of children and adults but also for clubs and club organisers themselves.
Martyn Dew is the Table Tennis Wales National Safeguarding Officer and he is responsible for providing help and advice to the table tennis community. You can contact Martyn via email on firstname.lastname@example.org or telephone 07500046861.
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Keeping Your Child Safe in Sport animation
This animation has been produced as part of our Keeping Your Child Safe in Sport campaign launch to introduce the campaign and what parents should do to keep their child safe.
We are introduced to a parent who is dropping his child at training. He considers whether he has all the safeguarding information about the club that he should have before dropping his child off.
Find more useful information on the NSPCC Website
Keeping your child safe in sport e-learning course
A free e-learning course for parents
The course is free to take and is suitable for any parent of a child who takes part in sport, regardless of your level of safeguarding knowledge. It should take you around 10 minutes to complete.
- knowing when something is wrong
- poor practice vs abuse in sport
- recognising the signs
- listening to children
- speaking out in sport
How to use this course
If you're taking this course on mobile or a tablet, it works best if your device is turned sideways (landscape).
You can use the buttons in the bottom right hand corner of the player window to turn on and off closed captions as desired. You can exit this course at any time by using the exit icon in the bottom right-hand corner of the window. Please note that, should you exit during the course, your progress will not be saved.
We've worked to ensure this course is accessible wherever possible by using subtitles and alt text for screen readers. Our accessibility work is ongoing and we're aware that some formats and the omission of Welsh closed captions will not suit everyone's accessibility needs. We are working to add these features in the future and will update this course when this work is complete.
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POLICIES & DOCUMENTS
See our lists of documentation below, click to open and download!
PROCESS FOR RESPONDING TO CONCERNS ABOUT STAFF/VOLUNTEERS INVOLVING CHILDREN
- Safeguarding Induction Document
- CMG and CMP Terms of Reference
- Confidentiality and Information Sharing
- DBS Policy
- Designated Roles and Responsibilities
- Recording, Storage and Destruction of Information
- Recruitment and Selection of Staff and Volunteers
- Responding, Recording and Reporting Concerns Procedure
- Safeguarding Adults Policy
- Safeguarding Children Policy
- Support Services Information for Children and Parents Policy
- Whistle Blowing Policy
- Safeguarding Referral Form
- NSPCC Guide for parents and Carers
PROCESS FOR RESPONDING TO CONCERNS ABOUT STAFF/VOLUNTEERS INVOLVING ADULTS
- Coaching Activities
- Creating and Maintaining a Safe and Welcoming Environment
- Information for Parents when Junior Players are away from Training Venue Form
- Junior Players in Competition
- Managing Children away from Main Training Venue
- Supervising Children at Table Tennis Sessions
- Welcome Letters for Parent/Carer
- Anti-Bullying Policy
- Changing Rooms Policy
- Child Personal Information and Parental Consent Form
- E-Safety Policy
- Late Collection of Children Policy
- Missing Children Policy
- Photography and Video Policy
- Physical Contact Policy
- Safe Use of Social Media Policy
- Transportation Policy
- Unplanned Situations and Emergencies Policy
- Anti-Doping Policy
If you need any further information, please get in touch via our contact page.