There are 2 training options to complete Safe Places – Youth Certified

All members of the public must choose Respect in Sport training unless you are associated with the Education sector and have been given approval by Safe Places or your affiliated school to complete Respect in School. Please Contact Us if you are unsure.

This program educates participants (14-years and up) to recognize, understand and respond to issues of bullying, abuse, harassment and discrimination (BAHD). You will gain some skills in how to create a safe, healthy and respectful environment for all participants.

Access Links

City of Swift   – $30,  free with a Pre-Authorisation code or free via your sports organization

To find out if you qualify to access a Pre-Authorisation code please contact Safe Places

Contact your sports association to confirm the access link you should use.

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Sask Sport Member

An online bullying, abuse, harassment and discrimination prevention training tool developed for or any individuals who interact with students within the education sector.

This program is 1.5 hours long and provides the information and skills that School Leaders require to understand, prevent and respond to incidents of bullying, abuse, harassment and discrimination (BAHD).

Cost – Free to Saskatchewan schools for 2020.

Note: If you work within the school sector and within the community you should take Respect in Sport Activity Leader training.  Sports organisations will only accept Safe Places if you have completed the respect in Sport training as this is a requirement of their provincial bodies.

Link to Provincial Respect in School Training site