Our aim is to provide and maintain an environment where young people, vulnerable adults and all learners regardless of gender, ethnicity, disability, sexuality or religion, feel secure, safe are encouraged to talk, and are listened to.
We are committed to ensuring learners know that there are staff at each training centre whom they can approach if they are worried or have any concerns. Please click here for your local centre’s contact details.
We provide our learners with opportunities throughout their programme to develop the skills they need to stay safe, healthy and recognise and respond to abuse and harmful behaviours.
GP Strategies' employees recognise that safeguarding is everyone’s responsibility irrespective of the role.
You have the right to feel safe where you learn and work.
Other people should not:
- Hurt or abuse you in any way
- Threaten to hurt or abuse you
If you wish to share information with GP Strategies' staff members, please note:
- If the staff member feels that what you tell them puts you or any other young person at risk of harm; they will have to pass it on to the designated person who may have to take it further to support you or others and keep everyone safe
- They will only tell those who need to know
You can access a full copy of our Safeguarding Policy here.
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