RED TOP TRAINING


We need you to be the best Red Top you can be, so there are 3 compulsory steps to success.

Step 1: Online Learning

We’ve created a number of modules that you are required to complete before starting your contract with us. It is vital that you pass these courses prior to attending Induction Day (see below).

On completion of the ‘Safeguarding on Camp’ and ‘Looking After Children’ modules, please download these certificates and save them onto your phone to show your Site Manager at Induction Day.

CLICK HERE TO GET STARTED

NB: If you are a new member of staff, please complete all modules you have been enrolled onto.

Online Learning Module Requirements

Regional Manager

Site Manager

Multi-Sports Coach
& Lead Coach

Swim Teacher
& Lifeguard

Looking After Children YES YES YES YES
Safeguarding on Camp YES YES YES YES
Camp Expectations YES YES YES YES
The Kings Factor YES YES YES YES
Multi-Sports Coach YES
Swim Kings YES
Site Management & Leadership YES
Regional Management & Leadership YES
Supplementary Safeguarding for Managers YES YES

Step 2: Online Training

We run several in-person National Training Events across the country each year. If you are a new Red Top or recently joined us, you will receive an invite to one of the events.

Online Training Days

All staff new to Kings must attend our Online Training events. When our 2023 training dates are live these will be updated below and you will need to register your attendance.

Prior to the online event, please ensure you have completed the online learning courses ‘Looking After Children’ and ‘Safeguarding’.

Please ensure you select a training day prior to your contract dates. Contact operations@kingsfoundation.org for more information.

Step 3: Induction Day

All staff (new and returning) must attend their camp’s Induction Day. It is typically the Saturday before Camp (please check your exact date and time below) and will last no longer than 4 hours. This is a paid training day that forms part of your employment contract. Failure to attend may result in your contract being terminated.

It will be an action-packed day as you meet your team, tour the venue, prepare the equipment, risk assess the site and run through what the first morning will look like. Having an induction allows staff to feel prepared and ready for when the children arrive; without it, you may feel under-prepared and unsure of what you are doing.

Confirmation of your camp’s Induction Day can be found in the table below.

Prepare for your Induction Day by:

  1. Bring with you evidence of your eligibility to work in the UK (either your Passport/Visa or Biometric Residence Permit plus a photocopy of the exact same document to hand in to your Site Manager) Note: Driving licences are NOT acceptable
  2. Complete all your relevant ONLINE LEARNING modules, and have downloaded the ‘Safeguarding on Camp’ and ‘Looking After Children’ certificates to show to your manager. Spot checks will be carried out by Head Office to ensure all modules are complete.
NB: Ensure you have spoken with your manager before Induction Day. If you have not heard from your Site Manager, please call the Operations Team on 0114 263 2150.

Induction Dates – 2023  

VENUE DATE TIME
Birmingham (Blue Coat) Saturday 11 February 09:30-13:30
Cardiff Saturday 18 February 09:30-13:30
Chester Saturday 18 February 09:30-13:30
Halifax Saturday 11 February 09:30-13:30
Northampton Saturday 11 February 09:30-13:30
Reading Saturday 11 February 10:00-13:30
Sheffield Saturday 11 February 09:30-13:30