Safe Hands First Aid Training Ltd supports and complies with the requirements of the Equalities Act 2010.
Any Learner assessment should be a fair test of their knowledge and the skills they have obtained however, for some Learners, the usual format of assessment may not be suitable.
We are committed to making sure individuals with special educational needs, disabilities, temporary illness or injury or other adverse circumstance outside their control are not unfairly disadvantaged when undertaking qualifications or assessments.
Learners with additional needs will not be treated differently because of their religion, beliefs, age, gender, race, disability or sexual orientation. This includes gender reassignment, marriage & civil partnership, pregnancy & maternity and ethnicity.
With a view to removing barriers which prevent Learners from undertaking assessments, reasonable adjustments may be made and special consideration may be given. These arrangements ensure that Learners are able to undertake assessments on a fair and equitable basis and they allow Learners to receive recognition of their achievements while ensuring the integrity, validity and reliability of assessment is maintained.
We will ensure that we do not unfairly exclude the assessment needs of a particular Learner by following this policy to determine if it is appropriate to make a:
- Reasonable Adjustment
- Special Consideration – given during or within 5 working days of any LearnerassessmentVictoria O’Neill Director