Triathlon Scotland - Child Wellbeing & Protection in Sport
05 Feb 2024
Child Wellbeing & Protection in Sport - Online Workshop
Monday 5 February 2024 1800-2100
The Child Wellbeing & Protection in Sport workshop is recognised by all sports governing bodies as the minimum standard for child protection training in sport and is an essential requirement for all those working with children and young people in sport.
This workshop will raise your awareness of the tell-tale signs of abuse and give you the tools and confidence you need to deal with any issues sensitively, appropriately and effectively should the need ever arise.
By the end of this workshop, 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.
Virtual Classroom Session: Monday 5 February 2024
- Module 1 - Brightspace online learning & quiz (approx. 1-2 hours to be completed prior to the online webinar)
- Module 2 - 3-hour online webinar
What is a virtual classroom?
A virtual classroom is an online learning environment, which is interactive, and you can access it from the comfort of your own home. You can see and talk live to the course tutors, other participants, ask questions and view slides/video content. The course will be delivered in the virtual classroom in an interactive style; similar in feel to attending a face-to-face workshop. The tutors will lead you through the learning outcomes, providing information, facilitating discussions for the whole group, and managing small breakout groups.
How does it work?
Two weeks before the workshop you will be added to Brightspace, sportscotland learning hub and you will receive an email directly from Brightspace, titled 'sportscotland: Enrolment Confirmation'. This will come from email@example.com. Please check junk and spam folders as some email accounts filter this email out as it is auto generated.
You will also receive an email from Triathlon Scotland with joining instructions that contain a web-link that you click, which will allow you to enter the virtual classroom and enjoy the course.
To complete the online modules and workshop you will need access to a computer (desktop/laptop) or a tablet and a good internet connection; some smartphones can also connect.
On completion of the course, you will need to complete a survey on Brightspace to unlock your Child Wellbeing & Protection in Sport certificate.
What is Bright Space?
You can access Brightspace by visiting learninginsport.brightspace.com or by following this link https://learninginsport.brightspace.com/
Remember please use - Chrome, Firefox, Edge (not Internet Explorer and Legacy Edge), when logging in and accessing your course on Brightspace.
If you are having problems with Brightspace then there is support available for you. The Support Portal is available on the initial log in screen, home page and course home page. If you are unable to login and have tried resetting your password, please access the Support Portal to open a chat or send an email to D2L so one of the agents can assist you.
Once you have signed up you will receive an email no earlier than 14 days prior to the session. This will contain all the information you will need.
Please email firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions in relation to the sessions.
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For each sign-up, the organiser pays the Service Fee of 4% (min 50p). You pay no surcharge
A British Triathlon Race Pass is required for participants who are not a British Triathlon Home Nation member. For this event, Race Pass costs are £2.00 for participants aged 24 and under, and £8.00 otherwise.
Dates and Status
18:00:00 - 21:00:00
Total Places: 20
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