This page brings together support and a range of resources we have on equality, diversity and inclusion (EDI), as well as wellbeing and mental health’; providing a central info hub for our members, clubs, staff and beyond.
British Judo provide opportunities for all participants to be fully inclusive. BJA Inclusion, in addition to supporting all minority groups, has the remit to promote judo for all players that through statement cognitive disorder and or physiological type or infirmity, cannot aspire to the highest levels of the mainstream pathway.
If you just need to talk, any time of day or night there are free listening, confidential services available. The services have trained volunteers who are there to talk about anything that’s troubling you.
- Call 116 123 to talk
- Email email@example.com for a reply within 24 hours
- Text ‘SHOUT’ to 85258 (or YM) if you’re under 19
- Call 0800 1111 to talk – The number will not appear on your phone bill
Keeping your child safe in sport e-learning course
The course is free to take and is suitable for any parent of a child who takes part in sport, regardless of your level of safeguarding knowledge. It should take you around 10 minutes to complete.
Here are some top tips on how coaches can encourage parents to get involved in the sport!
- Set up ways to positively communicate with parents regularly
- Get to know parents, listen to any concerns and act on them
- Include parents in club decisions like choosing new uniforms/kit or practice times
- Enable and encourage parents to stay at practice and support their child
- Make time to regularly update parents about their child’s development