Your Welfare

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All our volunteers have an enhanced DBS check and are trained in Safeguarding and Protecting Children.

Included in their on-going training is raising their awareness of the tell-tale signs of abuse and giving them the tools and confidence they need, to deal with any issues sensitively, appropriately and effectively should the need ever arise as volunteer.

We also have a designated Welfare Officer, who is trained in Time to Listen, as well as our Club Chairperson.

Time to listen is a training program developed by the Child Protection in Sport Unit (CPSU), specifically for people who have a designated role in safeguarding within a sports setting.

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For more information on child safety visit National Crime Agency's CEoP


Did you know that 70% of children will drop out from sport by the age of 13.

Here at Rhyl Dolphins, we pride ourselves on encouraging young swimmers to enjoy swimming not just competitively, but also to volunteer if/when they decide to help other young swimmers.

Please take a moment of your time to review the below video, which discusses more on supporting your child through their sporting life in a more positive way.