This qualification can be renewed online for those that have an expired Safeguarding qualification or one that is due to expire in the next 6 months.
Access The FA Online Safeguarding Children Re-certification
In addition to the re-certification, there are several other courses available to volunteers involved in grassroots football.
The FA Safeguarding for Committee Members
This course will support you, as a committee member, to identify your individual and collective responsibility in safeguarding, so as a team you create an environment where the wellbeing of children and young people (under 18s) is central to all that you do.
Access The FA Safeguarding for Committee Members
The FA Guide to Safeguarding Adults
This module explores the meaning of ‘safeguarding adults’ and ‘adult at risk’
It looks at:
• the context of abuse – and the signs and indicators
• how to report any concerns
• how to use safeguards to reduce the risk of harm
Access The FA Guide to Safeguarding Adults
The FA Concussion Guidelines
Learn how to recognise and manage a concussion from the time of injury through to a player's safe return to football.
By completing the short module you will earn The FA's Concussion Certificate and be able to download the full Concussion Guidelines.
Access The FA Concussion Guidelines
The FA Guide to Sudden Cardiac Arrest
Unfortunately, a sudden cardiac arrest (SCA) can happen to anyone. The learning is designed to help you to recognise an SCA and respond appropriately.
From next year, the module will become a compulsory element of The FA’s ‘Introduction to First Aid in Football’ (iFAiF) but will remain accessible and relevant to all FAN users.
Access The FA Guide to Sudden Cardiac Arrest
The FA BEST-PRACTICE AND GUIDANCE NOTES
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If you have any Safeguarding queries, please contact Safeguarding@CumberlandFA.com