Tennis Wales work closely with British Tennis to ensure tennis in Wales takes place in a safe environment. Tennis Wales approve and adopt the All Wales Child Protection Procedures and implement all policies a in-line with British Tennis.
Tennis Wales' Lead Safeguarding Officer in Wales is Ellie Lewis and she can be contacted at: email@example.com / 07949 500497. Please contact Ellie for any query relating to Safeguarding & Protection.
Tennis Wales strives to ensure that all children, young people and adults at risk are safeguarded from abuse and have an enjoyable tennis experience.
Everyone who is involved in tennis has a shared responsibility to support this by promoting the welfare of all children, young people and adults at risk.
The LTA have produced a toolkit 'What's the Score: Safe and Inclusive Tennis' which includes all documents and check lists for tennis venues to use and adopt to shape the right environment for people to play.
Click here to view all Guidance and Forms available and relating to Safe and Inlcusive Tennis. A copy of our Safeguarding Policy can be found here in English and in Welsh.
Tennis Wales Trips Documentation - as from 1st September 2017
Please note that for venue registration for 2018 and ALL venues will need;
Code of Conduct Templates
a named welfare officer with a valid LTA DBS,
the named officer must have attended a level 1 Safeguarding Course (Safeguarding and Protection in Tennis or UK Coaching – Safeguarding and Protecting Children or a Local Authority safeguarding training) AND
the named officer must haved attended a Time to Listen workshops designed especially for club welfare officers.
These sample templates have been produced by the Child Protection in Sport Unit for clubs and venues to adapt to suit their own environments:
Children and Young People
Parents and Carers
Staff and Volunteers
All Wales Child Protection Procedures
Welsh Government Guidance on Children and Young People
Child Protection in Sport Unit
LCSB (Local Children Safeguarding Board)