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Safeguarding and

Safeguarding and ClubMark HCB and clubs have an essential role to play in providing a safe and welcoming environment for people to enjoy the game. HCB is responsible for providing safeguarding training for club welfare officers and coaches, as well as acting as a source of advice and support through our County Welfare Officer – Helen Wheeler. In addition to the usual training courses, HCB ran its first Safeguarding Forum for over 70 welfare officers and chairmen in 2017. The event included updates on the latest developments in safeguarding from ECB Safeguarding Managers, including the launch of online DBS (formerly CRB) checks. Given the overwhelming demand and subsequent feedback the event will now be held annually. ClubMark continues to play an important role in setting the standards in club management. A bulky paper folder, has been replaced by a new online system which will soon include a club surveys function and interactive resources section. Analysis of club development plans has helped identify opportunities to support projects ranging from developing junior, women or girls sections to providing technical and financial support for new facilities. It will go on to integrate with other ECB information systems such as play-cricket, All Stars and small grants to continue the reduction in the admin burden on club volunteers. 24

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