Safeguarding Training

Coaches play a key role in keeping those involved in tennis safe and are often the front line of delivery. Coaches have a shared responsibility with everyone else involved in tennis to promote the welfare of all children, young people and adults at risk. We should all ensure those who are at risk are safeguarded from abuse and enjoy their tennis experience.


  • The duration of this course is three hours including a break.
  • This course has been approved by the LTA for 3 CPD credits.
  • The minimum age to attend is 16 years old

For 2022 Tennis Wales will be running the LTA Safeguarding & Protection in Tennis (SPT) course for coaches and officials virtually via zoom..



FREE for Welfare Officers – contact to find out more.


10th August 2022
Online via Zoom

7th September 2022
Online via Zoom

5th October 2022
Online via Zoom

9th November 2022
Online via Zoom

9th December 2022
Online via Zoom

Courses run from 10am – 1pm on all dates.


By the end of this course, participants will be able to:

  • Understand what safeguarding means
  • Identify how safeguarding issues can arise and what you can do to minimize the chance of them happening
  • Understand the types of abuse and neglect in children and adults at risk and the impact this can have
  • Learn best practice for responding to safeguarding concerns
  • Understand the current landscape of safeguarding and how the LTA & Tennis Wales can support you


*Please note there is also an Online Safeguarding in Tennis Together (for Coaches or Officials) course Coaches are only eligible to take the online course if the last safeguarding course they completed was face-to-face training. Coaches can access the online course once their face-to-face training is more than 12 months old, but less than 3 years old.