Our Photography School’s Protection policies:
This policy sets out the Photoion’s commitment to ensuring and promoting the safeguarding of learners who are involved in courses or activities which come under the responsibility of Photoion.
This policy has been developed to ensure that Photoion Photography School complies with its statutory duty under Section 175 of the Education Act 2002 (law from 1st June 2004) and the Dfes document Safeguarding Children and Safer Recruitment in Education (January 2007) which lay out the responsibilities of providers of further education to safeguard and promote the welfare of children and young people.
Child & Young Person Protection Policy
Photoion highest priority is the health, safety and welfare of all children and young people involved in courses or activities which come under the responsibility of the Photoion.
This Child and Young Persons Protection policy deals with the protection of children and young people. The Children Act 1989 defines a child as a person under18 years of age.
Protection of Vulnerable Adults Policy 201
It is the responsibility of all staff working within Photoion to record and report vulnerable adult protection concerns, i.e. where they believe a vulnerable adult has been or is at risk of abuse, or significant harm. This responsibility extends to all staff and not just those specifically working with vulnerable adults.
This policy sets out Photoion’s commitment to the health, safety and welfare of all vulnerable adults involved in courses or activities which come under the responsibility of Photoion.
Equality & Diversity Policy
In order for Photoion to achieve its mission to deliver high quality education and training for today’s and tomorrow’s workforce we must reach and include all who fall within our community.
Photoion has students from a wide variety of backgrounds who have the right to work and study free from discrimination or any other actions that may limit their potential to participate and succeed. In addition all our students and staff should have their contributions valued and recognised.
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