Jason and Glen Trifiro, A-League football players and Futboltec coaches support Child Safe Sports
Jason Trifiro, Western Sydney Wanderers player and head coach of Futboltec, supports Child Safe Sports.
Glen Trifiro Central Coast Mariners player and head coach of Futboltec, (pictured centre back row) supports Child Safe Sports.
Coaching sport is about demonstrating technique as well as appropriate behaviours.
Child Safe means keeping your eye on the ball – investigate all complaints and concerns.
To be child safe in sport means having a good defence – good policies and practices such as Working With Children Checks, code of conduct and risk assessment.
Child safe sports is about being a good sport – congratulating your opponents and respecting official decisions.
Pick the best players for your team – ensure that the right people to work or volunteer with children are recruited.
Child safe sports means mastering the skills to implement effective child safe strategies and practices.
Appropriate supervision is a key element of child safe sports.
Child safe sports is about teamwork - it is everybody’s responsibility to keep children safe.
Child safe sports participation means encouraging children to take part and have their say.
Child safe sports is about creating a positive culture.
Many thanks to Jason Trifiro and Glen Trifiro, assistant coaches and young participants of Futboltec for donating their time to promote Child Safe sports.