Richmond Training is committed to ensuring that every learner is safe and secure. We want them to have the utmost confidence that their safety and well-being are a priority.

We work together with learners and employers to raise awareness of safeguarding, including Prevent and radicalisation.

All individuals have a right to live free from abuse following the principles of respect, dignity, autonomy, privacy, and equity. All individuals at risk of abuse or neglect should be able to access public organisations for appropriate interventions which enable them to live a life free from violence and abuse both in the workplace and at home.

If you have any questions or require more information about our safeguarding policy, please email Lorraine Sinnott, our Designated Safeguarding Lead, at lorraines@richmondtraining.org

At Richmond, our top priorities are safeguarding your privacy and protecting sensitive information. Here’s what you can expect from us:

We are committed to upholding your privacy rights at all times. Any information shared with us will be treated with the utmost respect and confidentiality. Every effort will be made to ensure that your information is kept private and only shared with authorised personnel when necessary.

All learner data will be handled in strict accordance with our Data Protection Policy, which aligns with the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). Your personal information will be securely stored and processed only for the purposes outlined in our policy.

Learner information will be disseminated only on a need-to-know basis. This means that access to your data will be limited to individuals who require it for legitimate purposes, such as ensuring your safety and wellbeing.

Hub of Hope

The Hub of Hope is a registered charity that provides immediate access to support services in your area. If you need to acquire additional support and information, type in your postcode and the search engine will find local services to provide you with support and advice.

FAQ

Have any further questions? Speak to our Designated Safeguarding Lead

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