NEW - Online DBS Verifier Training
The new online system is a much more manageable system for all and we intend to have all applications completed via the online process for the start of the New Year. Training for verifiers has already taken place in Yorkshire, Hull, and the North West. There will be another round of training (details below) for all other verifiers before the end of the year. It is important that if you wish to continue to be a verifier that you attend one of these events. If you wish to withdraw from being a verifier, please contact Pete Stephenson. If you believe that another person at your club would like to take on the role please ask them to email Pete Stephenson to be notified of the training events.
Upcoming Training Dates
Hull KR - Wednesday 26th November 18:30 - 19:30
Underhill Stadium, Barnet - Tuesday 2nd December 17:30 - 18:30
If you are interested in attending on any of the dates listed above please email firstname.lastname@example.org to confirm your attendance.
NEW - Online DBS
You are now able to complete and submit your DBS application online.
Once you have submitted your application you will still need to visit an RFL approved verifier to have your identity checked, a list of verifiers who are able to do this can be found by clicking here.
Once your application has been verified it is automatically submitted to the RFL, it is then countersigned and sent to the DBS for processing.
Once you have received your disclosure certificate this now only needs to be sent to The RFL if your certificate contains 'information' as we will need to carry out a risk assessment. We will be notified by the DBS of the disclosures we need to see.
Please note this only applies to applications submitted online, if you have completed a paper application your disclosure certificate still needs to be sent to The RFL regardless of whether it contains 'information' or not.
A printable guide to the online DBS system can be accessed by clicking here.
Safeguarding and Protecting Children
The welfare of children within Rugby League is paramount and the RFL are committed to ensuring the correct policies are adhered to within the game. The RFL Safeguarding and Protecting Children Policy (published in 2008 and available to download in the Downloads section) contains the principles which must be adhered to by all clubs in the game to ensure that young people in the game can be healthy and happy, and allow them to enjoy and develop in the game of Rugby League.
The RFL Safeguarding team will support all clubs to ensure that best practice is followed at all times.
Please browse the pages in this section to find a wide range of information regarding Safeguarding.
If you have any specific queries or wish to discuss a concern, please contact the RFL Safeguarding team - details below.
RFL Safeguarding Team
Colette Eden Lead Safeguarding Officer
0113 237 5046 07595 520610
Emma Rosewarne Safeguarding Officer
0113 237 5013 07850 483736
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