The course is a mix of theory and group work.
Please bring a pen to participate in the group work.
A workbook will be emailed out to you prior to the start of the course. If you have not received this before the day of the course. please email the Childwelfare@fai.ie.
Over the duration of the workshop we will cover:
• The role of the Designated Liaison Peron
• Describe how the child protection system and its associated processes work
• How to identify the categories and indicators of abuse
• How to communicate with parents/guardians and or agencies as appropriate
• How to carry out reporting procedures
This course provides an in depth look at the Child protection legislations and the categories for abuse and reporting procedures.
This is a mandatory course for Designated Liaison Persons- (Chairpersons) or Deputy Designated Liaison Persons. The course is completed in conjunction with Sport Ireland.
All participants should have completed Garda Vetting have attended the Safeguarding 1 workshop, prior to attending the course. All participants must be 18 or over.
All participants should have completed Garda Vetting prior to attending the course.
The course is an online course and will require you to have the use of platform Zoom via a computer, Laptop or Tablet.
Please see the Terms and Conditions for further requirements: https://www.fai.ie/downloads/fai-education-course-terms-and-conditions
All participants must be on the Island of Ireland to be able to participate on the course. If you registered and are outside of this jurisdiction your registration will be cancelled.
A link, along with the meeting ID and password, to the Safeguarding workshop will be email to the email address you provide, the evening before or the morning of the course.
To access this course, you will need to click on the link or access via the meeting ID and password provided to you.
Please ensure you have completed the necessary requirements to access the course before the course start time.
On completion of the course, a certificate of attendance will be emailed to the email address you have provided.
Any cancellations must be notified by email to the Child Welfare and Safeguarding Department a minimum of 48 hours before the course: email@example.com
Participants, who have paid for a course, shall not be entitled to refund if they are unable to attend a course.
Any participant, who is unable to attend a scheduled course and has informed the Child Welfare and Safeguarding Department of same, can reschedule to attend the course at a future date, of the participants choice, providing that course is not already fully booked, however this will only be facilitated once.
The FAI reserve the right to cancel an education course in the unlikely event of the; minimum number of participants not meeting quota, weather negatively affecting participants safety, government guidelines etc.
If an event is cancelled by the FAI, each participant will be offered a full refund or placement on a future equivalent course.
If a participant registers for a course, without meeting the necessary prerequisites, the participant shall not be entitled to a refund.
The fees received by the Association will be kept on credit and can be used by the participant to complete the necessary prerequisite courses.