Allestree Juniors have a dedicated role for welfare known as the Club Welfare Officer, If you have any welfare concerns please use the form at the bottom on the page to report this.
Responsibilities- Welfare officers must:
1. Be clear about the club’s/league’s responsibilities when running activities for children and young people.
2. Help club/league personnel to recognise that safeguarding is everyone’s responsibility and to actively play their part.
Prerequisites to being a Welfare Officer
To become a club welfare officer you will need to:
- 1. Attend The FA Safeguarding Children and Welfare Officer Workshops. Click here for more information.
- 2. Have an in-date FA Accepted Enhanced with Children’s Barring List Check.
The FA Guide To Welfare Officers Roles and Responsibilities
Safeguarding Contacts for the FA can be found below
Report A Welfare Concern
At Allestree Juniors it is our duty to take player welfare extremely seriously, if there are any concerns please report this confidentially on the form below.