Cycling Ulster will be running a Basic Safeguarding Awareness Course in Killinchy on Thursday 19th January 2017. The course was requested by Killinchy CC and so far members of both Killinchy and Dromara CC have signed up. The course will be delivered b Marian Lamb, a SportNI trained Safeguarding tutor and Lead Safeguarding Officer for Cycling Ulster. All those who work with young people under the age of 18 on a regular basis need to complete this course. Certificates of attendance will be issued at the end of the course.

The course is open to other clubs and if you wish to attend please email marianlamb@ulstercyclingnews.com to reserve your place. There is no cost for this course as Cycling Ulster organise these courses for their members. The course last approximately three hours with a break halfway through. It will take place in Killinchy Community Centre, Minor Hall and will begin at 7.00pm sharp.

For those attending the course who are not yet vetted through AccessNI or whose certificate is three years old or more please log in and apply for an Enhanced Certificate. If you bring along the relevant ID to the course I can validate your ID and process your application. Please click HERE to find out how to apply for a check. Remember Cycling Ulster / Ireland require all those working with young people to be  vetted as part of are safe recruitment procedures.

Marian Lamb Lead Safeguarding Officer Cycling Ulster