Training The following training courses are available within child protection: ScUK Safeguarding and Protecting Children Workshop This 3-hour workshop is suitable for coaches and volunteers who may come in to contact with children. This workshop explores the Code of Conduct for those in contact with children and provides basic information on recognising child abuse and responding to concerns. Scottish Swimming recommends that all volunteers attend this workshop for the following reasons: You never know who and when a person will confide in you. To ensure that volunteers keep themselves safe as well as the athletes. This workshop can be organised for clubs directly via the clubs Child Protection Officer at a date and time that is suitable for club personnel. Please click here for the SPC workshop request form. ScUK Safeguarding and Protecting Children 2 Workshop This three-hour workshop reflects on practice, is aimed primarily at coaches and builds on knowledge gained on the Safeguarding and Protecting Children (SPC) workshop. Outcomes for delegates include increasing awareness, helping recognise the signs of abuse and poor practice and helping to deal sensitively and effectively with issues that arise. In order to keep knowledge up to date in this area, it is recommended that individuals first attend the SPC workshop and follow this up with SPC 2 every two to three years. In Safe Hands Workshop: Club Child Protection Officer Workshop This 3 hour workshop supports clubs to put child protection policies in to practice. It is most suitable for those acting as the Club CPO but is also relevant for those responsible for managing or organising the club. Those attending this workshop must have already attended the ScUK Safeguarding & Protecting Children workshop.