Julie Brommell

Contact

Contact-image

Club Welfare Officer

Contact Form

Send an email. All fields with an * are required.

Other information

Other information:

CLUB WELFARE OFFICER ROLE DESCRIPTION

To be responsible for the implementation of good practice and child protection policies within the club.

SKILLS/QUALITIES REQUIRED

  • Has attended the Sports Coach UK ‘Good Practice and Child Protection’ workshop
  • Be approachable
  • Good communication skills
  • Discretion
  • Has an understanding of child protection issues
  • Good listener

MAIN DUTIES

  • Sign a Personal Disclosure Form and forward to the English Volleyball Association.
  • Help the club follow the guidelines laid down in the EVA Child Protection Policy and Good Practice document
  • Ensure that Good Practice and Child protection is an item on the club management committee agenda
  • Ensure that all club personnel working with young people have received Child protection training
  • To ensure all appropriate documentation and forms are completed in accordance with the EVA Child Protection Policies and Procedures
  • Ensure that any persons including coaches, officials and volunteers, working within or acting on behalf of the club, who will come into contact with juniors (including Under 18 groups), complete a Personal Disclosure Form
  • Forward a copy of an individuals Personal Disclosure Form to the EVA Chief Executive for immediate consideration should any issues or concerns arise
  • Keep confidential records of all documentation in a secure manner so it can be produced should it be required for reference at a later date by the EVA Chief Executive
  • Refer any concerns and/or allegations to the EVA Chief Executive immediately using the Child Protection Referral Form
  • Ensure coaches, officials, volunteers, parents / guardians and juniors have access to the EVA Child Protection Policies and Procedures documents
  • Undertake relevant training as required

COMMITMENT

Attend the AGM and other relevant meetings, deal with issues as and when they arise.