Last updated: Tuesday 20th June 2017
What is Safeguarding?
Safeguarding is a term used to describe the duties and responsibilities that those providing a health, social or education service have to protect individuals from harm. This includes safer staff recruitment and the Colleges Safeguarding Policy.
As part of our induction process, all learners will understand how to recognise abuse, discrimination, bullying and harassment (including 'cyber-bullying') and what action to take if they or other learners are subjected to such treatment. Staff and learners should be able to understand the six categories of abuse as defined by the Department of Health:
- Physical Abuse
- Sexual Abuse
- Psychological/Emotional Abuse
- Financial or Material Abuse
- Neglect and Acts of Omission
We commit to ensuring that staff who work with young people and vulnerable adults are vetted by conducting Disclosure and Barring Service checks (DBS). In addition, staff receive training on safeguarding and prevent, including regular termly updates. We have a team of designated senior persons at the college who have received specific safeguarding training; someone will always be on hand to help if you have any concerns.
The Safeguarding Team
Whatever the issue, whether it be bullying & harassment, self-harm, issues at home or concerns that someone might be exposed to violent extremism, the Safeguarding Team are here to help.
Please contact us: text Slcsafe to 88020 • email firstname.lastname@example.org • call 0116 264 3535
Useful Links, Numbers & Mental Health Information:
Find other useful links, numbers & mental health information here.
IT acceptable use policy
IT security policy
Drugs & Alcohol Misuse Guidelines
Student Bullying & Harassment Policy
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