Yorkshire Fencing Welfare Officers
Yorkshire Region currently has a vacancy for a Welfare Officer. If you are part of the Yorkshire Fencing community and are interested in this role then please contact the Regional Secretary - email@example.com
It is recommended by British Fencing that all regional fencing clubs should delegate a person to be a Welfare representative as part of their club structure. Everyone in a club should feel safe and welcome.
It is also recommended that all Welfare representatives take Safeguarding training and be DBS (Disclosure and Barring Service) checked. Information can be found by visiting the BFA website at https://www.britishfencing.com/welfare-zone/criminal-record-checks/.
If your club already has a Welfare representative please forward their details to the Yorkshire Region secretary
British Fencing Welfare Officer
General information about being a Welfare representative, why your club should have one and the contact details of British Fencing’s Equality and Safeguarding Manager, Liz Behnke can be found on the British Fencing website https://www.britishfencing.com/welfare-zone/