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Online Safeguarding Recertification

1 year ago By Shaun Barr

Important information for all Bingham Town Coaches.

All coaches working with under 18 teams in FA Charter Standard Clubs need to have an up to date ‘Safeguarding Children’ certificate as part of the FA Charter Standard Health Check. An up to date certificate is one that is less than three years old.

The FA has launched an Online Safeguarding Children Recertification course to make it easy for Coaches to update their training. Any coach that has completed the 3 hour face-to-face ‘Safeguarding Children Workshop’ can take this course.

All Bingham Town FC coaches must have in-date certification in order to continue coaching with the club. If you are unsure of your current status, please check by clicking the link below and follow the instructions.

Updated 14:54 - 28 Feb 2018 by Robert Harwood

Where next?

Bingham Town FC Safeguarding Workshop Dedicated Session to be held at Butt Field Clubhouse on Sunday 3rd September 2017.


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