The appointed County Welfare Officer is responsible for supporting our Club Welfare Officers across the county.
Vacancy for a Cornwall County Welfare Officer
CCB are looking for a New County Welfare Officer to support Jonathan Wyatt and manage, support our club networks in the East of the County. the role would also be to support the relationship between the ECB, club and Board when and if a allegation or concern arose. This is a voluntary role, if you are interested please download the job description and put in your application of interest . This is a vital role for maintaining a safe and welcoming environment for all our young cricketers.
If you are interested in this position please email Joe Skinner Cricket Development Manager
It is the requirement of all Cricket Clubs in Cornwall to have a trained Child Welfare Officer who has attended two courses.
Safeguarding Child protection Course (cost £30, and is a three hour sit down course) You can book onto these courses through the Cornwall Sports Partnership who run them quarterly. These course last for a period of three years.
Club Welfare Officers then need to attend a ‘ECB Safe hands‘ course, (three hour course organised by the CCB. These happen in March each year. (this course costs £30 and the qualification lasts for a period of three years.)) You can book on to the course through this LINK