Nicola Dean from safeguarding specialists the Ann Craft Trust discusses SAFEGUARDING MATTERS with a new special guest each episode.
Rugby Minds - Creating Safer Cultures in University Rugby - Safeguarding Matters
University of Nottingham student Bridget Tunney is currently volunteering to help The Ann Craft Trust promote Safeguarding Adults Week.
In this podcast, she introduces herself and discusses Rugby Minds, a University of Nottingham safeguarding in sport campaign.
Rugby Minds aims to improve the welfare and culture in the university men’s and women’s rugby teams. Bridget and Nicola discuss this campaign, its aims, and its parallels with The Ann Craft Trust's #SaferCultureSaferSport campaign.
The Importance of Peer Support in Safeguarding
Peer support networks can make a huge difference in helping organisations achieve safeguarding best practice.
In this edition of Safeguarding Matters, Nicola Dean talks to Cassi Wright, Head of Safeguarding at Crystal Palace FC, and Ashlee Byrne, Senior Safeguarding Officer for the British Horseracing Authority.
They discuss the importance of peer support in safeguarding. They also offer some tips for anyone looking to set up their own peer support network. In short - reach out to people! You'll find that most people are happy to help.
They also talk about the upcoming Ann Craft Trust Safeguarding Conference in Nottingham.
How The British Paralympic Association Created a Safer Culture
Nicola Dean and Kimberley Walsh reflect on how the #SaferCultureSaferSport campaign has progressed since its launch.
Their discussion focuses on a recent seminar The Ann Craft Trust ran with Penny Briscoe OBE and Claire Cunningham of British Paralympic Association. In this seminar, they revealed how they embedded a values-based culture to make sport more accessible for everyone.
Nicola and Kimberley talk about some of the key themes raised in the British Paralympic Association seminar, and explore just what it means to create a safer culture in sport.
Current Challenges in Safeguarding Adults in Sport - Safeguarding Matters
Nicola Dean talks to Emma Gibson about her new role as Head of Safeguarding Adults in Sport at the Ann Craft Trust.
Emma talks about her background in sport, and how it motivated her to work towards making sport and activity safe and accessible for everyone.
The two then discuss some of the current challenges in safeguarding adults in sport, and how we're working together to meet these challenges.
From Recommendations to Action - Embedding Safeguarding Learning Into Practice #SaferCultureSaferSport
Joane Pell chats with Paul Stephenson, a Senior Consultant at the Child Protection in Sport Unit (CPSU).
In May 2022, Paul hosted an online seminar as part of The Ann Craft Trust #SaferCultureSaferSport campaign: "From Recommendations to Action - Embedding Safeguarding Learning Into Practice."
The seminar focused on two main areas. First, it explored how we can recognise safeguarding lessons in our organsiations. Next, it discussed how we can take these lessons one step further, and embed them into everyday practice.
In this podcast, Joanne and Pell talk about the key takeaways from this seminar. And though Paul's background is in safeguarding children and young people, these lessons are just as relevant if you're working with adults.
Ruth Ingram Reflects on Safeguarding Adults in Sport in Wales - Safeguarding Matters
Outgoing Safeguarding Adults in Sport Manager (Wales) Ruth Ingram reflects on her time at The Ann Craft Trust.
Ruth joined The Ann Craft Trust in January 2020. Just a few weeks later, the UK went into lockdown.
In this farewell podcast, Ruth talks about the challenges of joining a new team on a remote basis, as well as some of the other challenges she faced in her role. But she also talks about her achievements, and on the general state of safeguarding adults in Wales.