Safeguarding relates to the action taken to promote welfare and protect young adults from harm. The potential harm that could affect learners at Intequal include, but are not limited to; bullying, inappropriate supervision and unsafe workplaces or working practices. Safeguarding is therefore essential in assuring the development and well-being of young people and adults alike.
Safeguarding is at the heart of everything Intequal do, this is evidenced through our daily operations including carefully recruiting staff and selecting the employers we work with. This helps ensure we keep our learners safe. We also have a specially recruited pastoral care team who regularly communicate with our learners and appointed safeguarding leads. These staff are readily available to discuss any concerns you may have whilst training with Intequal.
Prevent is one of the four P’s of the Governments Counter Terrorism Strategy (CONTEST), with the others being Pursue, Prepare and Protect. The aim of CONTEST is to reduce the risk to the UK and its interests overseas from terrorism.
Here at Intequal we have a duty in relation to Prevent, safeguarding our learners from radicalisation and extremism which can lead to the participation in acts of terrorism. Intequal look for signs and vulnerabilities displayed by young adults at risk of being radicalised.
Equality and diversity
Intequal aim to create a working environment that respects the dignity and rights of all employees and learners, creating a learning environment where individuals have the opportunity to realise their full potential.
Bullying and harassment is behaviour that makes someone feel intimidated or offended. Harassment is unlawful under the Equality Act 2010. Where harassment and bullying occur, they cause serious repercussions for the employer and employees. They can affect health, work performance and the success of the Corporation. Bullying, as a cause of stress at work, should be regarded as a workplace health and safety hazard. Here at Intequal we do not tolerate bullying at any level.
Information, Advice and Guidance
Intequal is committed to delivering an Information, Advice and Guidance (IAG) service that provides a range of opportunities for learners, employers and partners to make informed choices about their training and development needs. The IAG service at Intequal is delivered through pre-learning, induction, on programme and at exit. https://intequal.co.uk/wp-content/uploads/2019/09/Complaints-Form.pdf
At Intequal, we are committed to providing high quality services for all our learners and employers, taking account of users’ views, and using the findings to promote and develop capacity for sustainable improvement. However, should you not be satisfied with our service for any reason please let us know by following the procedure here or download our complaints form.
This policy applies to Intequal and how we use the personal information we collect from you, or you provide.
Personal data relates to information that makes you identifiable, this includes, but isn’t limited to the following:
- Telephone number
- Email address
- Educational information
- Financial information
- Personal preferences and interests
- Website usage data
- Staff contract informatiom
Data processing is any operation or set of operations performed upon personal data. Examples of this set out within GDPR include, but aren’t limited to: recording, organising, collection, storing, adapting, altering, consulting and erasure. All data processing undertake by Intequal is done securely and lawfully following legislation such as the Data Protection Act 1998 and GDPR 2018.