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Online Safeguarding Children Re-Certification

About the course

Our online Safeguarding Children Recertification is available for free for anyone who has previously completed The FA Safeguarding Children Workshop or online Recertification, and your qualification is due to expire in the next six months, or it has already expired. 
 
The course will take you around one hour to complete and will be valid for three years. 

 

You will only be able to proceed through this link if you have a previous Safeguarding Children Workshop or online Re-certification on your FAN that was completed at least two-and-a-half years ago.
 
If you do not hold any safeguarding children qualifications, you will need to complete the Safeguarding Children Course, which is available for £30.

Who's it for?

This course is for learners whose FA Safeguarding Children Course or FA Online Safeguarding Re-Certification has expired or is more than two-and-a-half years old . 

Outcomes

By the end of the course, you will have renewed your understanding about: 

  • What we mean by ‘safeguarding’ and the ‘Designated Person’ network
  • The importance of best practice on and offline in football and how to play your part in keeping football safe and enjoyable for children and young people
  • How to recognise poor practice and abuse
  • What to do if you are concerned about a child and how to report
  • Why children find it hard to tell adults about poor and abuse and how important it is to listen to children
  • What to do if a child tells you something and what a club can do to help a child or young person speak out  
COACH EDUCATION FAQS

The most common issue is that a FAN or password has been entered incorrectly. Please check you have the correct FAN and password combination and try again.
 
If you still cannot log in please email your query, contact number and a screen shot, where possible, of the issues you are experiencing to The FA Education team to Education@TheFA.com

Yes as long as the qualification is over two-and-a-half years old.

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