How to investigate safeguarding concerns in sport
Published 02 October 2013
28 November 2013 - London
This practical one-day seminar helps to equip individuals working for organisations in the sport and recreation sector to understand the importance and purpose of undertaking proper investigations. Participants will explore issues around investigating child protection concerns in sport by drawing on case studies and contemporary material arising from recent safeguarding inquiries.
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