Safeguarding Guidelines

Safeguarding can be viewed as the ‘umbrella’ that protects all of table tennis through examples of good practice, policies and guidelines.

Safeguarding can be viewed as the ‘umbrella’ that protects all of table tennis through examples of good practice, policies and guidelines, whilst child protection is the management of reported issues and concerns.

Working with young people is key for the expansion of table tennis and, with our many programmes, Table Tennis England try to give the opportunities for young people to participate and help them on their way to achieving their sporting and social ambitions. Additionally Table Tennis England is very proud of its ethos of inclusivity throughout our sport and recognises the key part that vulnerable adults have to play. It is very important that support is given to the volunteers, staff, players and parents by way of good practice guidelines and this document, Table Tennis England’s Safeguarding and Vulnerable Adults Policy and Guidelines is part of the practice.

We would fail as the National Governing Body for table tennis in England if programmes of training and competitions were not available for all involved in our sport and, at the same time, we must ensure that everyone’s welfare is a priority and the standards of all those involved is maintained.

The documents below show our guidelines on Safeguarding.

Attachments

Total Attachments: 11

Safeguarding Guidelines

Type: pdf
Size: 288 KB

Safeguarding Training Guidelines

Type: pdf
Size: 192 KB

Safeguarding Policy 2017

Type: pdf
Size: 185 KB

Whistle Blowing Policy

Type: pdf
Size: 175 KB

Guidelines for Complaints Procedure for Clubs

Type: pdf
Size: 185 KB

Concerns Flowchart

Type: pdf
Size: 73 KB

Guidance for Parents

Type: pdf
Size: 164 KB

Coaches Code of Conduct and Ethics

Type: pdf
Size: 197 KB

Officials Code of Conduct

Type: pdf
Size: 166 KB

Players Code of Conduct

Type: pdf
Size: 126 KB

Guidelines for using foreign coaches

Type: pdf
Size: 167 KB

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