UPDATE Tuesday 14 September 2021

Current Fencing Club times are Tuesdays at Islesburgh 6.30pm start for juniors 8pm start for seniors and Brae Saturday mornings 9.30 till 11.30am at Brae School Games Hall

See Calendar at bottom of this page for exception dates

 

 

Welfare and Codes of Conduct

The club takes all aspects of Safety and Child Protection seriously. Relevant Coaching Staff and Volunteers have up to date PVG’s, (Child Protection Checks) and Child Protection Training. The Lead Coach present with all groups is PVG checked, is 1st aid trained and is on the British Fencing Coaches Register.

Welfare Officer:

Anyone with any concerns about the behaviour of Club Coaches, or volunteers, or any aspect of the club is encouraged to contact our Club Welfare Officer

Tracey Anderson - welfare.shetlandfencingclub@gmail.com

Welfare and Codes of Conduct Documents

Our Welfare procedures and codes of conduct are detailed below. Where appropriate, we adopt the Sport’s Governing Bodies’ policies.

British Fencing Safeguarding for Coaches
British Fencing Safety Guidelines
Procedures for responding to Complaints against staff and volunteers
Disciplinary Procedures for Staff and Volunteers