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British Values

Asset Training is committed to following governmental principles on British Values throughout the provision, these are:

Liberty

Individual Liberty.
The freedom to live as you wish and go where you want.
Helping you to making informed choices.
Taking responsibility for your choices and exercising them safely.
Making sure you know your rights.

Justice

Rule of Law.
Fairness in the way people are dealt with.
Exploring the laws that govern and protect us.
Understanding the consequences if these rules are broken.
Considering that these may be different from religious laws.

Democracy

Democracy.
The belief in freedom and equality between people.
A broad general knowledge & respect of public institutions and services.
Helping you to influence decision-making through the democratic process.
Explaining the advantages and disadvantages of democracy.

Respect

Mutual Respect.
Tolerance of those with different respects and beliefs.
Understanding how your behaviour has an effect on your own rights and those of others.
Respecting other people’s differences, other cultures and ways of life.
Challenging prejudicial or discriminatory behaviour.

Equality and Diversity

At Asset Training we are proud of the diversity of our staff & learners we utilise this in order to develop and inspire innovation and creativity throughout our programmes.

We aim to provide a stimulating and enriching educational experience for all of our learners, which enables them to reach their full potential and develop a range of skills in preparation for employment and other opportunities for progression.

We are committed to building an inclusive and safe learning and working environment where the values of respect and tolerance are at the heart of the company.

We do not tolerate any form of discrimination, bullying or harassment in our learning or workplace environments.

We are constantly work towards best practice in promoting and celebrating equality and diversity.

Our equality and diversity policy can be found here.

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Safeguarding and Prevent

What is Safeguarding?

Asset Training are committed in ensuring that all learners and staff are kept safe and protected from harm.

The government provides statutory guidance to Independent Training Providers on what they need to do to achieve this. We adhere to all guidance and pride ourselves on providing an exceptional service to make Asset Training a safe, secure, happy and thriving environment for all. Everyone is treated with respect and dignity and feels safe and listened to.

In our last OFSTED inspection 2016 safeguarding in Asset Training was judged to be ‘effective’ by the inspection team.

You can view our safeguarding policy here.

What is Prevent?

Part of Asset Trainings safeguarding requirements also includes protecting vulnerable individuals from the risk of radicalisation and extremism. This is called the ‘Prevent Duty’. Prevent is a government initiative aimed at stopping people becoming involved with, or supporting violent extremism.

The government has defined extremism as: “vocal or active opposition to British values, including democracy, the rule of law, individual liberty and mutual respect and tolerance of different faiths and beliefs”. Asset Training shares and promotes these values across all areas.

What we do as a Provider

  • Have a clear policy and procedures in place.
  • Employ a lead Safeguarding officer other staff with designated responsibility.
  • Ensure all of our staff and partners working for, or on behalf of Asset Training, are suitable to work with children, young people and vulnerable adults, carrying out all the relevant checks.
  • Actively encourage learners, staff and partners to raise any concerns they have.
  • Take all concerns seriously, act upon them, and offer full support both through Asset Training and specialist services.
  • Train all of our staff in safeguarding at a level appropriate to their role on an ongoing basis.
  • Deliver safeguarding sessions as part of learning and development.

How do you report a concern?

If you are worried about yourself or someone you know in Asset Training please speak to any member of staff. They will ensure you get the help and support you need from a specialist staff member.

There are some examples below of issues that would come under safeguarding. Further information on these issues can be found on the NCPCC website.

  • Physical abuse
  • Emotional abuse
  • Sexual abuse
  • Neglect
  • Bullying – including online/cyber bullying
  • Children missing education
  • Child sexual exploitation
  • Domestic violence
  • Drugs
  • Faith abuse
  • Female Genital Mutilation (FGM)
  • Forced Marriage
  • Gangs and youth violence
  • Mental Health
  • Preventing radicalisation
  • Relationship abuse
  • Sexting
  • Trafficking
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