Young Person Welfare Ambassador (YPWA) Programme

Last year the LTA piloted the Young Person’s Welfare Ambassador (YPWA) programme with 23 children and young people across England, Scotland and Wales. With it’s success they are now developing the programme ready for launch later this year.

YPWAs are young people aged 14-24 who play an important role in safeguarding at LTA registered venues.

An Ambassador’s role is to:

  • Provide a young person’s voice and perspective to promote safeguarding and welfare at their venues
  • Raise awareness of safeguarding and welfare issues amongst members and players
  • Gather feedback from young people to enable them to have a greater say in safeguarding discussions
  • Provide an important link between venue committees and children and young people. 

Further information can be found at Become a Young Person’s Welfare Ambassador | LTA

If you are a young person or a venue interested in this exciting opportunity and would like to be notified when further information is available, please complete the LTA online form and they will be in touch:

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