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Bingham Town FC Safeguarding Workshop

9 months ago By Shaun Barr

Dedicated Session to be held at Butt Field Clubhouse on Sunday 3rd September 2017.

Attention all BTFC managers and coaches. The club, via Notts FA, have organised a bespoke safeguarding workshop specifically for our managers and coaches which will take place on the Sunday 3rd September.

If your Safeguarding Certificate has run out, or is about to, this is a perfect opportunity to renew it in the comfort of our own clubhouse rather than having to travel to an out of town venue.

Bingham Town FC is an Charter Standard Community Club. As such, it is a requirement that all of those who have an active involvement as managers or coaches of players under the age of 18 have an in date safeguarding certificate. There is no cost to you other than three hours of your time as BTFC are funding the course.

Once you have taken the course you will be issued with a certificate which lasts for three years - three hour course for a certificate that lasts over 1,000 days and it is right here in Bingham!

Don't miss out as there is no guarantee that we will be able to hold another course at Butt Field in the near future.

If you are a manager and know that one of your coaches needs the safeguarding certificate, or your certificate is out of date contact either Rik Stewart or Steve Gormley to book onto the course.

Updated 12:20 - 1 Dec 2017 by Robert Harwood

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