Research and analysis

Managing learners' welfare and safeguarding issues

Ofsted good practice example showing how The Skills Partnership Limited manage issues which may act as barriers to learners’ progress.

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Documents

The Skills Partneships - Good practice example.doc

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Details

This example explains how introducing a log to record and manage issues has raised staff awareness of safeguarding and welfare issues, and has improved the support provided for learners.

Published 2 June 2011