The club places a high emphasis on child welfare and child protection. We believe we have created a safe environment where the children can have a lot of fun and it’s the main reason why the club has grown so quickly.
The club has in place a register to ensure that all coaches and helpers are DBS checked as quickly as possible. A copy of this can be requested by any parent by contacting Elaine Bramley; Child Welfare Officer at firstname.lastname@example.org
Use of Photographic & Video Images of Children/Young People under the age of 18
WaldenJNR is committed to providing a safe environment for children/young people under the age of 18 to participate in Triathlon. Essential to this commitment, is to ensure that all necessary steps are taken to protect children/young people from the inappropriate use of photographic images.
WaldenJNR have adopted the following good practice guidelines issued by British Triathlon:
Child Welfare Officer
(Level 2 Triathlon & RTO)
Elaine is the acting Child Welfare Officer; if you are interested in supporting Elaine in this role please get in touch.
Elaine joined the coaching team for Group S in Spring 2013 and started coaching Group 2 in Sept 2014 and became Group Leader of Group 1 in 2017. She gained her BTF Level 2 qualification in March 2015 and completed the BTF Regional Technical Race Officials Course in October 2016.
Elaine is the Junior Club Secretary on the Management Team and Assistant Race Director. And currently acting Child Welfare Officer and on the Covid-Secure sub-committee. So is very busy managing the club operations behind the scenes as well as working full time.
Elaine's previously rowed for Cambridge 99s and used to help with coaching the junior and development squads. In August 2013 Elaine completed the inaugural Ride100 London and in Sept 2016 Elaine completed the Dart 10km swim , she has also completed in several triathlons including Blenheim Palace & Windsor Triathlons. Due to time pressures Elaine focuses on Open Water swimming, and enjoys finding lakes, rivers and sea swims around the UK, or swim holidays further afield.
Elaine recognizes that participation in sport and physical activity can empower individual girls and women in particular. Involvement in sport and physical activity can, for example, build life skills, confidence and body awareness and may create social networks, which result in dramatic positive life changes for participants.
She is also a cat lover which is fortunate as she has provided a home for Wallace our club mascot.
You can contact Elaine at email@example.com
The club fully adopts the key principles of the British Triathlon Child Protection Policy which can be downloaded here.