Safeguarding Policy

The Inspire is strongly committed to the practices regarding protection of children, young people and vulnerable adults from abuse, neglect or significant harm. Staff clearly recognizes and accepts their responsibilities to develop the awareness on issues accordingly. Inspire also recognizes that it has a responsibility to protect staff from unfounded allegations of abuse. The company is committed to working with Local Safeguarding Boards and other health and social care partnerships to ensure the safeguarding of its learners.
The Inspire will seek to ensure, where reasonably practicable, that the outcomes set out in ‘Every Child Matters’ are extended to work-related learning and work-based situations, in particular that activities contribute to children and adults:


For the purposes of this policy and procedure children mean as defined in the Children Act  (a person under the age of 18 years.) Vulnerable adults will mean a person aged 18 and over and who is:


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