Swim England South East take’s the welfare of all its members seriously.

The welfare of young and vulnerable swimmers is particularly important and we follow the recommendations included in the ASA’s Child Safeguarding Policy and Procedures manual.

The theme of Wavepower 2016/19 is to safeguard children and young people in line with current legislation and guidance.  The responsibility to safeguard children in our clubs and related activities lies will all those involved in the sport and is not the sole responsibility of any one person at club, county or national level.

If you need any support or advice on how to manage a welfare issue please contact your County or Sub-region Welfare Officer. The Regional Welfare Officer is Shelley Robinson.

Swim England has produced a document regarding Mental Health and the referral pathway Mental Health Awareness and Education the Swim England approach

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