When a partnership group applies to join AFYDI it requires the support of a variety of local interests / organisations where it will be based. We will assist in providing presentations and information to those interested parties and if everything is approved we will arrange for the new AFYDI team’s training, provide a full copy of the course modular lesson notes, with their complimentary power point presentations, a specialist speakers / coach contact list, participant contracts / consent forms, a child protection policy, participant contracts, disclosure applications and generic risk assessments.
Full details of our child welfare and vetting policies together with our safety policy are to be found here.We also provide equipment lists and supplier’s information, funding source information and offer public liability and personal accident insurance for participating AFYDI groups enrolled in the programme.
We encourage AFYDI groups to operate their own training sites and we will assist them in the design, planning and proposed development stages of them if so required. We arrange competitions between the participating AFYDI groups for both the coaching teams and the course participants and believe in regular shared information exchanges between the groups.