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Safeguarding Children Policies, Procedures and Guidance


Triathlon should be a safe and positive experience for everybody. All those involved in triathlon have a part to play in safeguarding children. To assist with this, British Triathlon and the Home Nations have implemented a Safeguarding Policy which sets out our belief in and commitment to safeguarding and protecting all children involved in triathlon, safeguarding their welfare and protecting them from all forms of abuse and neglect. This is not just our responsibility but that of everyone involved in triathlon at all levels to ensure that children can enjoy themselves in a safe and non-threatening environment. 

If you have concerns for the welfare or safety of a child, young person or adult at risk or some raises a concern with you, report these immediately.


To report a concern contact;

Welsh Triathlon Lead Safeguarding Officer

Amy Jenner


07587 038156


The following page contains the British Triathlon Safeguarding Policy and the Safeguarding Procedures for each Home Nation along with guidance documents and key templates. If you cannot find the guidance document or template you are looking for please contact welfare@welshtriathlon.org


Policies and Procedures
British Triathlon Safeguarding Children Policy 
Welsh Triathlon Safeguarding  and Protecting Children Reporting Procedures
British Triathlon Safeguarding Disciplinary Policy
Safeguarding Adults at Risk Policy 
Adult at Risk Referal Form
Welsh Triathlon Safeguarding and Protecting Children- What is abuse and how to recognise it


Safeguarding Guidance
Activator Safeguarding Standards
Junior Club Safeguarding Standards
Club Welfare Officer Safeguarding Standards
Coach Safeguarding Standards
Involving Young Volunteers
Templates and resources
Updating your safeguarding deatils
Adding club DBS ID verifier
Child Club Welfare Officer Role Description
Adult at Risk Club Welfare Oficer Role Description
Childline Toolbox


Time to Listen Training

We ask that all Welsh Triathlon club Welfare Officers complete the 3 hour Time to Listen Training.

The Time to Listen Course provides the opportunity to consider the role and responsibilities of the Club Welfare Officer and the action taken should any incident occur. The course aims to support the Welfare Officer to; acquire core knowledge and develop essential skills, to fulfil their role adopt a child-focused approach to safeguarding, to share good practice and learn from others in the same role.

For dates of upcoming courses please click HERE

For other CPSU training course dates click HERE

Should you have any questions, or if you are concerned about a member of your club, you can contact our Lead Safeguarding Officer at Welsh Triathlon



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