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Child Welfare

Club Officer

  • Bev Felgate

Kingston upon Hull Swimming Club's contact for Child Protection Advice and Support is Bev Felgate. She is available to advise any person in the club who has a concern on any child protection issue.

The Welfare Officer is approachable, a good communicator and clear and concise in her role. She is a good listener with empathy for young people. She has had many years of experience and training with regard to this role and with working with young people of all ages.

The Welfare Officer will maintain confidentiality at all times, you will find her to be tactful and very discreet.

The Welfare Officer will ensure confidentiality is maintained and information is only shared on a "need to know" basis.

The Welfare Officer Role:

  • The Welfare Officer is the first point of contact for club staff and volunteers, young people and parents for any issue concerning child welfare. The main purpose of the role is to assist with the safeguarding and protecting of children and young people in the club.

  • The Welfare Officer has an understanding of, and will ensure the introduction and maintenance of the Child Protection Policy.

  • The Welfare Officer will ensure all persons working with children and young people at the club are fully aware of what is required of them within the protocols of the policy.

  • The Welfare Officer will liaise closely with club officials, parents, children and young people, in ensuring that the agreed procedures for the prevention of risk is followed and advise the club on matters of policy relating to child protection.

  • The Welfare Officer has experience in liaising with organizations such as social services and other relevant agencies and in representing the views of others.

  • The Welfare Officer will ensure that all incidents are correctly reported, take details of the allegation/concern.

  • The Welfare Officer will consult with an appropriate child protection professional i.e. ASA, social services and follow the advice given by the appropriate agency.

  • The Welfare Officer has full understanding of Child Protection

If you feel you need the assistance of the Welfare Officer, please do not hesitate to contact her on:

Home: 01964 542976 or 01964 501713
Work: 01482 306655 (Monday to Thursday 8.30am - 5.00pm)
Mobile: 07948 219577
Email: felgate@felgate.karoo.co.uk

Announcements

Hull Open (End of Season Short Course Meet - Level 3)

Posted : Tuesday, Apr 15 2014

Club Gala (4)

CLUB CHAMPIONSHIP GALA 4

Saturday 17th May 2014

ENNERDALE

Age on 8th November 2014

Warm-up 12:30pm

  • Girls Open 200 IM
  • Boys Open 200 IM
  • Tadpoles 25m Free
  • Girls JC & JD 100 IM
  • Boys JC & JD 100 IM
  • Girls Open 100 m Free
  • Boys Open 100m Free
  • Tadpoles 25m Back
  • Girls Open 200 Breaststroke
  • Boys Open 200m Breaststroke
  • Girls 9 & Over 50m Fly
  • Boys 9& Over 50m Fly

Entries to be in by Friday 2nd May 2014

Posted : Tuesday, Apr 1 2014

Yorkshire & NE Region Qualifying Times

To view the 2014 Yorkshire qualifying times click HERE

To view the 2013 ASA North East Region qualifying times click HERE

Posted : Sunday, Dec 8 2013

Recent Club News

KUHSC Easter Open 2014 Results
Annual Presentation 2014
Club Gala Gala 3 2014 Results
Club Gala 2 (1500m) 2014 Results
Spring Yorkshire Champs Report
Club Championship 1 (2014) Report
Zonal Meet Report
Rotherham Metro Meet Report
Derby Meet Report
Chesterfield Xmas Meet Report

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