Child protection

Badminton Ireland has a National Children’s Officer with the primary responsibility for the development and implementation of the Badminton Ireland policies for safeguarding children within the sport. It is a Badminton Ireland’s policy to review and update this document every three years.  The National Children's Officer (NCO) is available to help and support all members with the implementation of the document. The NCO also advises and guides Club Development Officers to assist Clubs in following the policies and procedures and is available for any difficulties that may arise.

The Badminton Ireland Childrens Officer is Cheryl Evans.

 

 

Safeguarding Children 2011 is an important document for all members to read and understand - child welfare and protection is the over-arching policy for Badminton Ireland, and must be a priority for all adults working with and responsible for children. The NCO will liaise with Club Children’s Officers and other relevant people working in Clubs and Associate members.
The NCO is also responsible for ensuring appropriate training programmes are available to members to raise the awareness of all child welfare and protection issues. Clubs can contact their Club Development Officer for any specific requirements.

 

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Any questions please contact Badminton Ireland Children’s Officer – Cheryl Evans at cheryl.evans@badmintonireland.com  or on +353 872624022