Time to Listen Workshops
Mon 30 Sep-14 Oct 2019 18.30-21.30
EH are running the following Time to Listen Workshops:
- Mon 16 Sep – Lord Williams’s School (Etherege Block), Oxford Road, Thame, Oxon OX9 2AQ
- Mon 30 Sep - Old Bristolians Sports Club, Longwood Lane, Failand, Bristol BS8 3TQ
- Mon 30 Sep - Trojans Sports Club, Stoneham Lane, Eastleigh, Hampshire SO50 9HT
- Mon 14 Oct - Royal Wootton Bassett Sports Association, Gerald Buxton Sports Ground, Brinkworth Road, Royal Wootton Bassett, Swindon SN4 8DS
All Workshops are 18.30 – 21.30 hrs.
Time to Listen (TTL) is a three hour interactive workshop, developed by the NSPCC’s Child Protection in Sport Unit (CPSU) which has been adapted to be specific to hockey. ALL Welfare Officers should attend this workshop to update their skills and knowledge of Safeguarding in regards to hockey. The certificate should be updated every three years in order to keep up with current legislation.
Time to Listen attendance by the CWO is a compulsory element of ClubMark accreditation.
The workshop is aimed at Club Welfare Officers (CWO) and people who have a designated welfare role in their County or Region . It is good practice for the CWO, or someone from the club/association, to attend this workshop especially if you have U18 players. It is recommended that a second Club Official is also trained as a deputy.
The workshop is designed to give confidence and support in the CWO role and there will be plenty of opportunities to talk to other Welfare Officers to share experiences and good practice. For further details please use this link to our website. The cost is £20 per delegate.
Booking a Workshop place is now online through the HockeyHub (as with coaching and umpiring courses/workshops). Places are limited to 16 for each Workshop and we advise early booking to avoid disappointment. As this is a new system for Time to Listen Workshops, if you experience difficulty with the booking process please contact email@example.com in the first instance.
If you have any queries please contact my Administrator, Jenny Mitchell.