New Policies

New Policies

New Policies

Malpractice Policy and Procedure

The Respect Project treats all cases of suspected malpractice* very seriously and will investigate all suspected and reported incidents of possible malpractice. The purpose of this Policy [and Procedure] is to set out how allegations of malpractice in relation to all educational qualifications are dealt with. The scope of the policy is to provide:

  • a definition of malpractice
  • examples of student and center malpractice and maladministration;
  • possible sanctions that may be imposed in cases of malpractice. *The term ‘malpractice’ in this policy is used for both malpractice and maladministration.

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Equal Opportunities Policy

The Respect Project is committed to achieving equal opportunities and values diversity, and is committed to applying equality of opportunity in all its practices and service delivery with regard to ethnic origin, age, gender, religion or belief, sexual orientation, marital status and disability or any other criterion not relevant to the point at issue.

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