Standard Award

OFF PITCH

CLUB MANAGEMENT
Affiliate to the appropriate FAW Area Association via membership of the respective local junior league.
Club committee structure including as a minimum Chair person, Secretary, Treasurer & Safeguarding Officer
Detail what does your club want to achieve over the next 12 months

WORKFORCE
Appoint Chair Person, Secretary, Treasurer, Safeguarding Officer (no more than 2 roles per person)                                                            
Appointed Club Safeguarding Officer must attend an FAW Safeguarding & Child Protection workshop.
Adhere to FAW Trust volunteer recruitment and management guidelines
Ensure all persons with access to children display the FAW Safeguarding Card or COMET ID at all appropriate times.

POLICIES AND PROCEDURES
All people involved within the club adhere to the working practices and procedures of the - FAW Safeguarding Policy and Welfare regulations?- FAW Code of Conduct and Good Practice

DBS
Ensure all persons who have access to children participate in the FAW national DBS programme.

INSURANCE
Ensure all coaches are protected through either club or individual indemnity insurance if coaches aren’t registered on the COMET system.

ON PITCH

EQUIPMENT & FACILITIES
Use appropriate and safe facilities for games and coaching sessions.
Ensure all portable goalposts are used in accordance with the GOALPOST SAFETY guidelines issued by the FAW and risk assessment and goalpost safety form is completed and stored appropriately by clubs

CLUB WORKFORCE AND DEVELOPMENT
Minimum ONE qualified coach (minimum Football Leaders Award) per team 
Minimum ONE qualified 1st Aid person per team (FAW 1st Aid qualification only be accepted from Jan 2020)   
Minimum ONE qualified coach (minimum FLA) and FAW 1st aider is present during all matches/training 
Ensure qualified coach:players ratio is 1 coach for every 16 players

CLUB PROVISION & DEVELOPMENT 
Adopt an equal playing opportunities policy for all registered players, regardless of gender, ability or ethnicity. 
The club runs:
MINIMUM 1 team at MINI FOOTBALL (U7 – 11) OR JUNIOR FOOTBALL (U12 – 16)

Bronze Award

OFF PITCH

CLUB MANAGEMENT
Affiliate to the appropriate FAW Area Association via membership of the respective local junior league.
Club committee structure including as a minimum Chair person, Secretary, Treasurer & Safeguarding Officer
Detail what does your club want to achieve over the next 12 months?

WORKFORCE
Appoint Chair Person, Secretary, Treasurer, Safeguarding Officer (no more than 2 roles per person)                                                            
Appointed Club Safeguarding Officer must attend an FAW Safeguarding & Child Protection workshop.
Adhere to FAW Trust volunteer recruitment and management guidelines
Ensure all persons with access to children display the FAW Safeguarding Card or COMET ID at all appropriate times.

POLICIES AND PROCEDURES
All people involved within the club adhere to the working practices and procedures of the - FAW Safeguarding Policy and Welfare regulations- FAW Code of Conduct and Good Practice

DBS
Ensure all persons who have access to children participate in the FAW national DBS programme.

INSURANCE
Ensure all coaches are protected through either club or individual indemnity insurance if coaches aren’t registered on the COMET system.

ON PITCH

EQUIPMENT & FACILITIES
Use appropriate and safe facilities for games and coaching sessions.
Ensure all portable goalposts are used in accordance with the GOALPOST SAFETY guidelines issued by the FAW and risk assessment and goalpost safety form is completed and stored appropriately by clubs

CLUB WORKFORCE AND DEVELOPMENT
Minimum ONE qualified coach (minimum Football Leaders Award) per mini football team  (u6 – u11)
Minimum ONE qualified 1st Aid person per team (FAW 1st Aid qualification only be accepted from Jan 2020)   
Minimum ONE qualified coach (minimum FLA) and FAW 1st aider is present during all matches/training 
Ensure qualified coach:players ratio is 1 coach for every 16 players
Minimum TWO qualified coach (minimum Football Leaders Award) per junior football team (u12 - u16)

CLUB PROVISION & DEVELOPMENT 
Adopt an equal playing opportunities policy for all registered players, regardless of gender, ability or ethnicity. 
The club runs: MINIMUM 2 teams (different age groups) at  MINI FOOTBALL - U7, U8, U9, 10 & U11 OR JUNIOR FOOTBALL - U12, U13, U14, U15, U16 

Silver Award

OFF PITCH

CLUB MANAGEMENT
Affiliate to the appropriate FAW Area Association via membership of the respective local junior league.
Club committee structure including as a minimum Chair person, Secretary, Treasurer & Safeguarding Officer
Detail what does your club want to achieve over the next 12 months? 

WORKFORCE
Appoint Chair Person, Secretary, Treasurer, Safeguarding Officer (no more than 2 roles per person)                                                            
Appointed Club Safeguarding Officer must attend an FAW Safeguarding & Child Protection workshop.
Adhere to FAW Trust volunteer recruitment and management guidelines
Ensure all persons with access to children display the FAW Safeguarding Card or COMET ID at all appropriate times. 
Appoint ONE nominated Club Volunteer Coordinator within your club

POLICIES AND PROCEDURES
All people involved within the club adhere to the working practices and procedures of the - FAW Safeguarding Policy and Welfare regulations - FAW Code of Conduct and Good Practice

DBS
Ensure all persons who have access to children participate in the FAW national DBS programme.

INSURANCE
Ensure all coaches are protected through either club or individual indemnity insurance if coaches aren’t registered on the COMET system.

ON PITCH

EQUIPMENT & FACILITIES
Use appropriate and safe facilities for games and coaching sessions.
Ensure all portable goalposts are used in accordance with the GOALPOST SAFETY guidelines issued by the FAW and risk assessment and goalpost safety form is completed and stored appropriately by clubs

CLUB WORKFORCE AND DEVELOPMENT
Minimum ONE qualified coach (minimum Football Leaders Award) per mini football team (u6 - u11) 
Minimum ONE qualified 1st Aid person per team (FAW 1st Aid qualification only be accepted from Jan 2020)   
Minimum ONE qualified coach (minimum FLA) and FAW 1st aider is present during all matches/training 
Ensure qualified coach:players ratio is 1 coach for every 16 players
Minimum TWO qualified coach (minimum Football Leaders Award) per junior football team (u12 - u16) 
Minimum ONE qualified GK Award per club
ONE Nominated Club Coaching Coordinator (minimum C Certificate)

CLUB PROVISION & DEVELOPMENT 
Adopt an equal playing opportunities policy for all registered players, regardless of gender, ability or ethnicity. 
The club runs: MINIMUM 2 teams (different age groups) at MINI FOOTBALL - U7, U8, U9, 10 & U11 AND JUNIOR FOOTBALL - U12, U13, U14, U15, U16

Gold Award

OFF PITCH

CLUB MANAGEMENT
Affiliate to the appropriate FAW Area Association via membership of the respective local junior league.
Club committee structure including as a minimum Chair person, Secretary, Treasurer & Safeguarding Officer
Detail what does your club want to achieve over the next 12 months?

WORKFORCE
Appoint Chair Person, Secretary, Treasurer, Safeguarding Officer (no more than 2 roles per person)                                                            
Appointed Club Safeguarding Officer must attend an FAW Safeguarding & Child Protection workshop.
Adhere to FAW Trust volunteer recruitment and management guidelines
Ensure all persons with access to children display the FAW Safeguarding Card or COMET ID at all appropriate times. 
Appoint ONE nominated Club Volunteer Coordinator within your club

POLICIES AND PROCEDURES
All people involved within the club adhere to the working practices and procedures of the ?- FAW Safeguarding Policy and Welfare regulations?- FAW Code of Conduct and Good Practice

DBS
Ensure all persons who have access to children participate in the FAW national DBS programme.

INSURANCE
Ensure all coaches are protected through either club or individual indemnity insurance if coaches aren’t registered on the COMET system.

ON PITCH

EQUIPMENT & FACILITIES
Use appropriate and safe facilities for games and coaching sessions.
Ensure all portable goalposts are used in accordance with the GOALPOST SAFETY guidelines issued by the FAW and risk assessment and goalpost safety form is completed and stored appropriately by clubs

CLUB WORKFORCE AND DEVELOPMENT
Minimum ONE qualified coach (minimum Football Leaders Award) per mini football team (u6 - u11) 
Minimum ONE qualified 1st Aid person per team (FAW 1st Aid only to  be accepted from Jan 2020)   
Minimum ONE qualified coach (minimum FLA) and FAW 1st aider is present during all matches/training 
Ensure qualified coach:players ratio is 1 coach for every 16 players
Minimum TWO qualified coach (minimum Football Leaders Award) per junior football team (u12 - u16) 
Minimum ONE qualified GK Award per club
Minimum of ONE FAW C Certificate coach for every THREE mini and junior teams within the club
ONE Nominated Club Coaching Coordinator (minimum B Licence qualified)

CLUB PROVISION & DEVELOPMENT 
Adopt an equal playing opportunities policy for all registered players, regardless of gender, ability or ethnicity. 
The club runs: MINIMUM 3 teams (different age groups) at  MINI FOOTBALL - U7, U8, U9, 10 & U11 MINIMUM 3 teams (different age groups) at  JUNIOR FOOTBALL - U12, U13, U14, U15, U16 1 YOUTH or 1 ADULT team (can be direct link to another club that provides this opportunity)
Community activities - does the club run at least ONE of the following ?Open days / Festivals, Disability football sessions, Charity events, Schools sessions, Turn up and play sessions, Walking football, FAW Footy Huddle Centre, FAW / Mcdonalds Fun Football Centre

Platinum Award

OFF PITCH

CLUB MANAGEMENT
Affiliate to the appropriate FAW Area Association via membership of the respective local junior league.
Club committee structure including as a minimum Chair person, Secretary, Treasurer & Safeguarding Officer
Detail what does your club want to achieve over the next 12 months?

WORKFORCE
Appoint Chair Person, Secretary, Treasurer, Safeguarding Officer (no more than 2 roles per person)                                                            
Appointed Club Safeguarding Officer must attend an FAW Safeguarding & Child Protection workshop.
Adhere to FAW Trust volunteer recruitment and management guidelines
Ensure all persons with access to children display the FAW Safeguarding Card or COMET ID at all appropriate times. 
Appoint ONE nominated Club Volunteer Coordinator within your club

POLICIES AND PROCEDURES
All people involved within the club adhere to the working practices and procedures of the - FAW Safeguarding Policy and Welfare regulations - FAW Code of Conduct and Good Practice

DBS
Ensure all persons who have access to children participate in the FAW national DBS programme.

INSURANCE
Ensure all coaches are protected through either club or individual indemnity insurance if coaches aren’t registered on the COMET system.

ON PITCH

EQUIPMENT & FACILITIES
Use appropriate and safe facilities for games and coaching sessions.
Ensure all portable goalposts are used in accordance with the GOALPOST SAFETY guidelines issued by the FAW and risk assessment and goalpost safety form is completed and stored appropriately by clubs

CLUB WORKFORCE AND DEVELOPMENT
Minimum ONE qualified coach (minimum Football Leaders Award) per mini football team (u6 - u11) 
Minimum ONE qualified 1st Aid person per team (FAW 1st Aid only be accepted from Jan 2020)   
Minimum ONE qualified coach (minimum FLA) and FAW 1st aider is present during all matches/training 
Ensure qualified coach:players ratio is 1 coach for every 16 players
Minimum TWO qualified coach (minimum Football Leaders Award) per junior football team (u12 - u16) 
Minimum ONE qualified GK Award per club
Minimum of ONE FAW C Certificate coach for every THREE mini and junior teams within the club
ONE Nominated Club Coaching Coordinator (minimum B Licence qualified)

CLUB PROVISION & DEVELOPMENT 
Adopt an equal playing opportunities policy for all registered players, regardless of gender, ability or ethnicity. 
The club runs: MINIMUM 3 teams (different age groups) at  MINI FOOTBALL - U7, U8, U9, 10 & U11 MINIMUM 3 teams (different age groups) at  JUNIOR FOOTBALL - U12, U13, U14, U15, U16 1 YOUTH team AND 1 ADULT team  OR 2 ADULT teams (can be direct link to another club) 
Community activities - does the club run at least THREE of the following Open days / Festivals, Disability football sessions, Charity events, Schools sessions, Turn up and play sessions, Walking football, FAW Footy Huddle Centre, FAW / McDonalds Fun Football Centre

Standard Award

OFF PITCH

CLUB MANAGEMENT
Affiliate to the appropriate FAW Area Association via membership of the respective local junior league.
Club committee structure including as a minimum Chair person, Secretary, Treasurer & Safeguarding Officer
Detail what does your club want to achieve over the next 12 months

WORKFORCE
Appoint Chair Person, Secretary, Treasurer, Safeguarding Officer (no more than 2 roles per person)                                                           
Appointed Club Safeguarding Officer must attend an FAW Safeguarding & Child Protection workshop.
Adhere to FAW Trust volunteer recruitment and management guidelines
Ensure all persons with access to children display the FAW Safeguarding Card or COMET ID at all appropriate times.

POLICIES AND PROCEDURES
All people involved within the club adhere to the working practices and procedures of the - FAW Safeguarding Policy and Welfare regulations?- FAW Code of Conduct and Good Practice

DBS
Ensure all persons who have access to children participate in the FAW national DBS programme.

INSURANCE
Ensure all coaches are protected through either club or individual indemnity insurance if coaches aren’t registered on the COMET system.

ON PITCH

EQUIPMENT & FACILITIES
Use appropriate and safe facilities for games and coaching sessions.
Ensure all portable goalposts are used in accordance with the GOALPOST SAFETY guidelines issued by the FAW and risk assessment and goalpost safety form is completed and stored appropriately by clubs

CLUB WORKFORCE AND DEVELOPMENT
Minimum ONE qualified coach (minimum Football Leaders Award) per team
Minimum ONE qualified 1st Aid person per team (FAW 1st Aid qualification only be accepted from Jan 2020)  
Minimum ONE qualified coach (minimum FLA) and FAW 1st aider is present during all matches/training
Ensure qualified coach:players ratio is 1 coach for every 16 players

CLUB PROVISION & DEVELOPMENT
Adopt an equal playing opportunities policy for all registered players, regardless of gender, ability or ethnicity.
The club runs:
MINIMUM 1 team at MINI FOOTBALL (U7 – 11) OR JUNIOR FOOTBALL (U12 – 16)

Bronze Award

OFF PITCH

CLUB MANAGEMENT
Affiliate to the appropriate FAW Area Association via membership of the respective local junior league.
Club committee structure including as a minimum Chair person, Secretary, Treasurer & Safeguarding Officer
Detail what does your club want to achieve over the next 12 months?

WORKFORCE
Appoint Chair Person, Secretary, Treasurer, Safeguarding Officer (no more than 2 roles per person)                                                           
Appointed Club Safeguarding Officer must attend an FAW Safeguarding & Child Protection workshop.
Adhere to FAW Trust volunteer recruitment and management guidelines
Ensure all persons with access to children display the FAW Safeguarding Card or COMET ID at all appropriate times.

POLICIES AND PROCEDURES
All people involved within the club adhere to the working practices and procedures of the - FAW Safeguarding Policy and Welfare regulations- FAW Code of Conduct and Good Practice

DBS
Ensure all persons who have access to children participate in the FAW national DBS programme.

INSURANCE
Ensure all coaches are protected through either club or individual indemnity insurance if coaches aren’t registered on the COMET system.

ON PITCH

EQUIPMENT & FACILITIES
Use appropriate and safe facilities for games and coaching sessions.
Ensure all portable goalposts are used in accordance with the GOALPOST SAFETY guidelines issued by the FAW and risk assessment and goalpost safety form is completed and stored appropriately by clubs

CLUB WORKFORCE AND DEVELOPMENT
Minimum ONE qualified coach (minimum Football Leaders Award) per mini football team  (u6 – u11)
Minimum ONE qualified 1st Aid person per team (FAW 1st Aid qualification only be accepted from Jan 2020)  
Minimum ONE qualified coach (minimum FLA) and FAW 1st aider is present during all matches/training
Ensure qualified coach:players ratio is 1 coach for every 16 players
Minimum TWO qualified coach (minimum Football Leaders Award) per junior football team (u12 - u16)

CLUB PROVISION & DEVELOPMENT
Adopt an equal playing opportunities policy for all registered players, regardless of gender, ability or ethnicity.
The club runs: MINIMUM 2 teams (different age groups) at  MINI FOOTBALL - U7, U8, U9, 10 & U11 OR JUNIOR FOOTBALL - U12, U13, U14, U15, U16 

Silver Award

OFF PITCH

CLUB MANAGEMENT
Affiliate to the appropriate FAW Area Association via membership of the respective local junior league.
Club committee structure including as a minimum Chair person, Secretary, Treasurer & Safeguarding Officer
Detail what does your club want to achieve over the next 12 months? 

WORKFORCE
Appoint Chair Person, Secretary, Treasurer, Safeguarding Officer (no more than 2 roles per person)                                                           
Appointed Club Safeguarding Officer must attend an FAW Safeguarding & Child Protection workshop.
Adhere to FAW Trust volunteer recruitment and management guidelines
Ensure all persons with access to children display the FAW Safeguarding Card or COMET ID at all appropriate times.
Appoint ONE nominated Club Volunteer Coordinator within your club

POLICIES AND PROCEDURES
All people involved within the club adhere to the working practices and procedures of the - FAW Safeguarding Policy and Welfare regulations - FAW Code of Conduct and Good Practice

DBS
Ensure all persons who have access to children participate in the FAW national DBS programme.

INSURANCE
Ensure all coaches are protected through either club or individual indemnity insurance if coaches aren’t registered on the COMET system.

ON PITCH

EQUIPMENT & FACILITIES
Use appropriate and safe facilities for games and coaching sessions.
Ensure all portable goalposts are used in accordance with the GOALPOST SAFETY guidelines issued by the FAW and risk assessment and goalpost safety form is completed and stored appropriately by clubs

CLUB WORKFORCE AND DEVELOPMENT
Minimum ONE qualified coach (minimum Football Leaders Award) per mini football team (u6 - u11)
Minimum ONE qualified 1st Aid person per team (FAW 1st Aid qualification only be accepted from Jan 2020)  
Minimum ONE qualified coach (minimum FLA) and FAW 1st aider is present during all matches/training
Ensure qualified coach:players ratio is 1 coach for every 16 players
Minimum TWO qualified coach (minimum Football Leaders Award) per junior football team (u12 - u16)
Minimum ONE qualified GK Award per club
ONE Nominated Club Coaching Coordinator (minimum C Certificate)

CLUB PROVISION & DEVELOPMENT
Adopt an equal playing opportunities policy for all registered players, regardless of gender, ability or ethnicity.
The club runs: MINIMUM 2 teams (different age groups) at MINI FOOTBALL - U7, U8, U9, 10 & U11 AND JUNIOR FOOTBALL - U12, U13, U14, U15, U16

Gold Award

OFF PITCH

CLUB MANAGEMENT
Affiliate to the appropriate FAW Area Association via membership of the respective local junior league.
Club committee structure including as a minimum Chair person, Secretary, Treasurer & Safeguarding Officer
Detail what does your club want to achieve over the next 12 months?

WORKFORCE
Appoint Chair Person, Secretary, Treasurer, Safeguarding Officer (no more than 2 roles per person)                                                           
Appointed Club Safeguarding Officer must attend an FAW Safeguarding & Child Protection workshop.
Adhere to FAW Trust volunteer recruitment and management guidelines
Ensure all persons with access to children display the FAW Safeguarding Card or COMET ID at all appropriate times.
Appoint ONE nominated Club Volunteer Coordinator within your club

POLICIES AND PROCEDURES
All people involved within the club adhere to the working practices and procedures of the ?- FAW Safeguarding Policy and Welfare regulations?- FAW Code of Conduct and Good Practice

DBS
Ensure all persons who have access to children participate in the FAW national DBS programme.

INSURANCE
Ensure all coaches are protected through either club or individual indemnity insurance if coaches aren’t registered on the COMET system.

ON PITCH

EQUIPMENT & FACILITIES
Use appropriate and safe facilities for games and coaching sessions.
Ensure all portable goalposts are used in accordance with the GOALPOST SAFETY guidelines issued by the FAW and risk assessment and goalpost safety form is completed and stored appropriately by clubs

CLUB WORKFORCE AND DEVELOPMENT
Minimum ONE qualified coach (minimum Football Leaders Award) per mini football team (u6 - u11)
Minimum ONE qualified 1st Aid person per team (FAW 1st Aid only to  be accepted from Jan 2020)  
Minimum ONE qualified coach (minimum FLA) and FAW 1st aider is present during all matches/training
Ensure qualified coach:players ratio is 1 coach for every 16 players
Minimum TWO qualified coach (minimum Football Leaders Award) per junior football team (u12 - u16)
Minimum ONE qualified GK Award per club
Minimum of ONE FAW C Certificate coach for every THREE mini and junior teams within the club
ONE Nominated Club Coaching Coordinator (minimum B Licence qualified)

CLUB PROVISION & DEVELOPMENT
Adopt an equal playing opportunities policy for all registered players, regardless of gender, ability or ethnicity.
The club runs: MINIMUM 3 teams (different age groups) at  MINI FOOTBALL - U7, U8, U9, 10 & U11 MINIMUM 3 teams (different age groups) at  JUNIOR FOOTBALL - U12, U13, U14, U15, U16 1 YOUTH or 1 ADULT team (can be direct link to another club that provides this opportunity)
Community activities - does the club run at least ONE of the following ?Open days / Festivals, Disability football sessions, Charity events, Schools sessions, Turn up and play sessions, Walking football, FAW Footy Huddle Centre, FAW / Mcdonalds Fun Football Centre

Platinum Award

OFF PITCH

CLUB MANAGEMENT
Affiliate to the appropriate FAW Area Association via membership of the respective local junior league.
Club committee structure including as a minimum Chair person, Secretary, Treasurer & Safeguarding Officer
Detail what does your club want to achieve over the next 12 months?

WORKFORCE
Appoint Chair Person, Secretary, Treasurer, Safeguarding Officer (no more than 2 roles per person)                                                           
Appointed Club Safeguarding Officer must attend an FAW Safeguarding & Child Protection workshop.
Adhere to FAW Trust volunteer recruitment and management guidelines
Ensure all persons with access to children display the FAW Safeguarding Card or COMET ID at all appropriate times.
Appoint ONE nominated Club Volunteer Coordinator within your club

POLICIES AND PROCEDURES
All people involved within the club adhere to the working practices and procedures of the - FAW Safeguarding Policy and Welfare regulations - FAW Code of Conduct and Good Practice

DBS
Ensure all persons who have access to children participate in the FAW national DBS programme.

INSURANCE
Ensure all coaches are protected through either club or individual indemnity insurance if coaches aren’t registered on the COMET system.

ON PITCH

EQUIPMENT & FACILITIES
Use appropriate and safe facilities for games and coaching sessions.
Ensure all portable goalposts are used in accordance with the GOALPOST SAFETY guidelines issued by the FAW and risk assessment and goalpost safety form is completed and stored appropriately by clubs

CLUB WORKFORCE AND DEVELOPMENT
Minimum ONE qualified coach (minimum Football Leaders Award) per mini football team (u6 - u11)
Minimum ONE qualified 1st Aid person per team (FAW 1st Aid only be accepted from Jan 2020)  
Minimum ONE qualified coach (minimum FLA) and FAW 1st aider is present during all matches/training
Ensure qualified coach:players ratio is 1 coach for every 16 players
Minimum TWO qualified coach (minimum Football Leaders Award) per junior football team (u12 - u16)
Minimum ONE qualified GK Award per club
Minimum of ONE FAW C Certificate coach for every THREE mini and junior teams within the club
ONE Nominated Club Coaching Coordinator (minimum B Licence qualified)

CLUB PROVISION & DEVELOPMENT
Adopt an equal playing opportunities policy for all registered players, regardless of gender, ability or ethnicity.
The club runs: MINIMUM 3 teams (different age groups) at  MINI FOOTBALL - U7, U8, U9, 10 & U11 MINIMUM 3 teams (different age groups) at  JUNIOR FOOTBALL - U12, U13, U14, U15, U16 1 YOUTH team AND 1 ADULT team  OR 2 ADULT teams (can be direct link to another club)
Community activities - does the club run at least THREE of the following Open days / Festivals, Disability football sessions, Charity events, Schools sessions, Turn up and play sessions, Walking football, FAW Footy Huddle Centre, FAW / McDonalds Fun Football Centre