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Flitwick Dolphins Swimming Club has adopted Wavepower 2020-2023 in full. A copy of the document can be found in our Document Library on Swim Manager or by clicking on the attached link: Wavepower 2020-23 | Child safeguarding for Swim England clubs (swimming.org)

 

 

 

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The aim of Wavepower is to safeguard all children in line with current legislation, regulations and guidance and is for use within any Swim England affiliated organisation where children are present.


Wavepower consistently emphasises that the responsibility for child safeguarding in our sport belongs with all those involved in our sports and is not the sole responsibility of any one person at local, county or national level.

 

sam joyce  Sam Joyce Should you have any concerns, or if you require further information then please contact, in confidence our Welfare Officer, Sam Joyce, by emailing FlitwickDolphinsWelfare@gmail.com or you can contact Swimline on 0808 1004001Role of the Welfare Officer

The main purpose of the role is to assist with the safeguarding and protecting of children and young people in aquatics and to implement the ASA Wave power policy and procedures.

The Swim England role description for the Welfare Officer can be found here along with other Swim England role descriptions:

https://www.swimming.org/careers/volunteering/volunteering-roles/

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