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Leeds College of Building has a statutory and moral duty to ensure that the College safeguards and promotes the welfare of children and young people receiving education and training at the College. It extends this responsibility to incorporate the needs of vulnerable adults.
The College holds as one of its highest priorities the health, safety and welfare of all children and young people involved in courses or activities which come under its responsibility. The College aims to take a preventative approach to protecting children and vulnerable adults from potential harm or damage and will ensure the maximum is done to provide a safe environment for them in the College.
The governing body is committed to ensuring that the College:
To maintain a safe working environment for the whole College community, all staff at the College have received Safeguarding and Child Protection training. Any person can contact the Colleges Child Protection Officer if they are worried or concerned about something that is happening to them or someone they know. They will be able to provide them with the relevant support to address any issues of concern.
If you attend Leeds College of Building as a student or staff member, you must take reasonable care of your safety and health and that of others, and listen to advice given by staff at the college and security personnel.
If you are a student at the College or have applied to become a student, and you are worried about something that is happening to you or someone else, whatever the problem, we are here to listen to you. You can talk to the College’s Child Protection Officers about your worries and concerns. The Colleges Child Protection Officers are trained to talk to you about issues concerning neglect, violence, sexual exploitation or abuse, maltreatment, mental ill health and forced marriages.
A list of staff members directly responsible for Safeguarding are listed below, if you require further information please contact the Child Protection Officer, Jubar Miah, 0113 222 6000 ex 6107.
|Designated Role||Designated Staff||Job Title|
|Designated Governor with role for Child Protection||Clare Harrigan||Chair of the Board of Governon|
|Senior member of staff with lead responsibility for Child Protection||Rosaline Scanlan
T. 0113 222 6027
|Executive Director Support Services|
|Child Protection Officer||Jubar Miah
T. 0113 222 6000 Ext: 6107
M. 07508 208 529
|Equality and Diversity Officer|
|Deputy Child Protection Officer||
Jill Breakwell T. 0113 222 6089 / 6057 Email:email@example.com