Volunteers working on behalf of West Riding FA
We (West Riding FA) recognise our responsibility to safeguard the welfare of all children and young people and are accountable for meeting a number of Safeguarding Standards across the business.
One of those is to ensure that any individual who works on behalf of West Riding FA, either in a voluntary or paid capacity, meets the necessary Safeguarding requirements for their position.
In this instance, you are required to have the following in place;
1. An In date FA DBS (dated within the last 3 years)
2. An in date Safeguarding Children qualification (dated within the last 2 years)
3. In receipt of the West Riding FA Written Annual Safeguarding Briefing
We are really passionate about ensuring that each individual that wishes to take part in football across West Riding, can do so in a safe and enjoyable environment.
As well ensuring you meet the compliance requirements for your role, there are a number of other items that we would like to bring to your attention that will hopefully support you in your role (such as reporting mechanisms / policies) and also allow you to access further Safeguarding training opportunities to ensure you are up to date with the latest requirements.
Allegations against Staff and Volunteers Policy
West Riding FA Safeguarding & Welfare Zone
Additional Training / CPD opportunities
Safeguarding Briefing 2022-23
Each year, West Riding FA and The FA issue a written Safeguarding Briefing that provides volunteers, who fulfil volunteer and/or casual paid roles behalf of West Riding FA, with an update on Safeguarding specific matters.
Click here to review the 2022-23 Briefing
Volunteer Code of Conduct 2022-23
Each year, West Riding FA and The FA issue a Safeguarding specific Code of Conduct that provides volunteers, who fulfil volunteer and/or casual paid roles behalf of West Riding FA, with clarity on their roles and responsibilities with respect to keeping children and adults at risk safe in the grassroots game.
All volunteers who fulfil unpaid and/or casual paid roles on behalf of West Riding FA are required to read and Esign the Code of Conduct.
Click here to review the 2022-23 Volunteer Code of Conduct (skip to page 10)
Please confirm that you have read the Safeguarding Briefing and Volunteer Code of Conduct by completing the form below.