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.
Welfare officers must:
- Be clear about the club’s/league’s responsibilities when running activities for children and young people.
- 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:
- Attend The FA Safeguarding Children and Welfare Officer Workshops. Click here for more information.
- Have an in-date FA Accepted Enhanced with Children’s Barring List Check.
The FA Guide To A Welfare Officers
Roles & Responsibilities
Report A Concern
At Allestree Juniors it is our duty to take player welfare extremely seriously, if there are any concerns please report this confidentially using the supplied form.