Equality & Diversity
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Equality of Opportunity
It is our policy to maintain equality of opportunity for all those involved with Cheynes Training. This includes Candidates, employees and representatives of Cheynes Training and the employees and representatives of the salons and acadamies we work with.
Our policy on equal opportunities is reviewed and evaluated annually or whenever circumstances demand.
A copy of the Cheynes Training Equality Policy may be accessed by clicking on the link below.
|Equality Policy 2012|
Cheynes Training recognises that any form of harassment is totally unacceptable.
We are particularly concerned about the feelings of young people and any individual who experiences harassment is encouraged to take action. All complaints will be treated seriously, in confidence, and as quickly as possible.
It is the responsibility of the employer to deal with cases of harassment; if any Candidate feels harassed, a complaint should immediately be made to the Head of Centre or to their salon manager or employer.
If for any reason, action is not taken the Candidate may talk in confidence to the Regional Training Advisor (RTA). The RTA is prepared to speak up for you and explain the problem to the Head of Centre or the salon manager or employer.
If action is still not taken to stop out the harassment, the next step is to talk to Cheynes Training.
A copy of the Cheynes Training Anti-harassment policy may be accessed by clicking on the link below.
|Anti Harrassment Policy 2012|
The Public Interest Disclosure Act 1998 aims to promote greater openness in the workplace and protects "whistle-blowers" from detrimental treatment, including victimisation or dismissal, for raising concerns about matters in the public interest.
Cheynes Training has developed a Public Disclosure Policy that explains that anyone who has a reasonable belief that there is serious malpractice relating to any of the protected matters specified in the policy may raise a concern under the procedure outlined in the policy. The policy also contains information about the rights to raise the matter externally if they are not satisfied with Cheynes Training’s response and the protection afforded to them if they choose to do this after the internal procedures have been exhausted.
Please click on the link below to access the policy.
|Public Disclosure Policy 2012|