Online Education and Training is a requirement of all Safe Places designations
Applicants must complete one of the online training course options listed below for the Safe Places designation they require
- Safe Places – AWARE certified : Government of Saskatchewan’s ‘Duty to Report’
- Safe Places – COMMUNITY certified: Respect in Sport, Respect in School or Safe Sport
- Safe Places – YOUTH certified: Respect in Sport, Respect in School or Safe Sport
All education courses range from 1 – 2 hours to complete depending on what course you select.
All education courses provide a certificate of completion at the end which you require a copy of to apply for Safe Places
All education courses focus on educating participants to recognize, understand and respond to issues of abuse.
The Respect Group and Safe Sport programs required for community and youth certifications also focus on bullying, harassment and discrimination. Participants will gain some skills that they can apply to create a safe, healthy and respectful environment for all youth in their programs.