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UKCoaching F2F SPC & First Aid course – Cherry Judo Club – 18 May 2024


DATE:     Saturday 18th May 2024

VENUE:  Lincoln Deans Sports College.  Monks Rd, Lincoln LN2 5HQ


F2F Safeguarding workshop: 11:00 -14:00

First Aid Workshop:   11:00 – 14:00

First Aid Workshop:   15:00 – 18:00


COST:     To be arranged after registration and attending course.  £40 individial course,  or package of SPC/FA  £60 for both.   Payment arranged at time of course.

To ensure the prompt production  of your UK Coaching Certificate on completion of the course, please register onto UK Coaching website using the following link to complete learners feedback which generates your attendance with UKCoaching and your certificate of attendance. http://www.ukcoaching.org/we

After attendance and completion of the course, you have 3 day’s to complete (including weekends and day of attendance).  Failing to do this will result in the course being deleted and individual contact to UK Coaching to pursue attaining your certificate.



Every child deserves to enjoy playing sport and engaging in physical activity.

This interactive workshop will help coaches recognise poor practice and the red flags of abuse, while also prompting a review of your coaching practice to ensure that you provide a positive and enriching experience for all children.

Nearly half a million coaches have been through the Safeguarding and Protecting Children workshop in the last 20 years or so.

The workshop, updated in May 2019, has been developed in partnership with the NSPCC and CPSU and includes new scenarios giving you the opportunity to learn through discussion, exploring the consequences of those decisions in a safe and supportive environment, helping to increase your confidence.

The guidance and scenarios provided are designed to counteract the latest threats to emerge that could impact on the physical or mental health of children in modern Britain, including:

  • Vulnerable Children and Adults

Some children might be at greater risk of abuse than others (eg disabled children, children in care or talented young people in sport), while some adults are vulnerable and may be at a greater risk of abuse. We have worked with the CPSU to develop some scenarios that take into account additional vulnerabilities these groups may encounter and how we can ensure their voice is always heard in sport.

  • Anti-radicalisation

We have worked with the Police Prevent team to help develop guidance and scenarios that will help coaches understand the warning signs that a young person may be being radicalised. We have also included information on how anyone with concerns can contact the NSPCC anti-radicalisation hotline.

You will be able to:

  • identify and recognise good coaching practice and the implications for your coaching
  • explore your values and feelings in relation to child abuse, and recognise their potential impact on your response
  • recognise and respond to possible signs of child abuse
  • take appropriate action if concerns about a child arise.


To receive your UK Coaching Certificate you will be required to register online with UK Coaching enabling for you to download your certificate for your Governing Body or Club.