Leicester College is committed to providing a safe environment for all of our learners to enjoy, including young people and vulnerable adults.We achieve this by:Recruiting staff ‘safely’, by running Criminal Record Bureau checks and other relevant pre-employment checks of all staffOngoing staff trainingEstablishing a team of child protection specialistsDeveloping a clear process for reporting cases of suspected abuseThe College’s policy and procedures for the Protection of Children and Vulnerable Adults is available on request.Bullying and HarassmentBullying or harassment of any kind is unacceptable at Leicester College. We seek to provide a safe and secure environment in which all learners can work together harmoniously. But if you do experience a problem, then telling someone about it should be the first thing you do.We offer learners a number of options to seek support, and these are all completely confidential:Call the Information Centre on 0116 224 2240Tell your personal tutor or any of your teachersSpeak to a Fair Treatment Adviser (independent staff members who are there to offer you advice and support)Talk to a member of the Learner Engagement and Enrichment TeamSee a member of the Student Union Executive, if you would rather talk to another learnerAll the College policies on equal opportunities, anti-bullying and diversity are on our College website. Bullying and Harassment PDFLearner Risk AssessmentsLeicester College has a legal obligation to provide a safe and inclusive environment for all of its learners and staff. This is known as a Duty of Care, and Learner Risk Assessments are an important part of this process.As part of our Application and Risk Assessment procedures learners must declare if they have an unspent criminal record – including any pending court cases – or if they are bailed or charged with any criminal offence, either at the application stage or during their course. Learners will be written to for formal disclosure and may need to attend a Risk Assessment interview.Any learner whose course is subject to an enhanced Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) Check, must declare any ‘spent’ or ‘unspent’ conviction/s, which includes warnings, reprimands, cautions and Referral Orders. This is because the requirements for working with young or vulnerable people (where your course requires a work placement) are very strict. In some cases, some convictions bar individuals from working with young or vulnerable people.
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