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The College of Central London is committed to providing a working environment in which students are able to realise their full potential irrespective of their gender, race, or disability.

This is a key employment value to which all students are expected to give their support. in order to create conditions in which this goal can be realised, the college of centrallondon is committed to identifying and elimination discriminatory practices and attitudes throughout the organisation. the college of central london expects students to support this commitment and to assist in its realisation in all possible ways.

Specifically, the college of central london aims to ensure that no students is DISCRIMINATED race, gender, of grounds the on indirectly, or directly whether againstcolour, nationality, ethnic or racial origins, marital status, religion or disability. This commitment applies to all the aspects of enrolment.

Equal Opportunities practice is developing constantly as social attitudes and legislation change. The College of Central London will keep its policies under review and will implement changes where these could improve equality of opportunity. This commitment applies to all the College of Central London's employment policies and procedures, not just those specifically connected with equal opportunity.

Sexual Harassment

The College of Central London believes that all students are entitled to be treated with dignity and respect while at college. This policy statement has been prepared to make clear that The College of Central London will not tolerate the sexual harassment. Sexual harassment is unwanted conduct directed towards a student by a fellow student or employee (or group of employees) of The College of Central London which is of a sexual nature, or which is based on a person's sex, and which regarded as unwelcome and offensive by the recipient. This could include:

1.Unwanted physical contact

2.Unwelcome sexual advances, propositions, suggestions or pressure to participate in social activity outside work, where it has been made clear that this is not welcome.

3.Conduct which is intimidatory, physically or verbally abusive, including the display of explicit material, the use of sexually explicit humour, and comments of a sexual nature whether directed specifically at any particular individual or not.

4.Suggestions that sexual favour may further a student career, or that refusal may hinder it.

The College of Central London regards sexual harassment as a form of intimidation, which has the effect of insulting and demeaning the student against whom it is directed. It is therefore unacceptable in the working environment and The College of Central London will take positive action to prevent its occurrence.

How complaints of Discrimination and Harassment will be dealt with Discrimination and harassment are often complex matter, and there is no single way of dealing with every suspected or alleged instance. In some cases students may be able to deal satisfactorily with an issue by raising it with his or her tutor. The tutor will bring this to the attention of the Principal.

A more formal means of complaint is to put the The College of Central London's grievance in writing and give it to the Principal. Irrespective of how an issue of harassment arises, the college commits itself to making a thorough attempt to resolve all matters of harassment.

Appeals Procedure

The College of Central London has a four-step appeals procedure as follows:

1. Appeal first to the person responsible for marking the piece of work. In this instance it will be the tutor concerned.

2. The next stage is to refer the grievance to the Principal/Co-coordinator to resolve. This is done by arranging an appointment to discuss the issue face to face.

3. If at this stage the matter still cannot be resolved then the next stage is to present the work to the Internal Verifier. This is done by requesting the student to put his/her grievance in writing and to address it to Principal/Coordinator. The issue will then be brought up during the next I.V. visit. Should the issue be resolved, and then the student will be informed in writing of the result.

4. If, however, the issue still cannot be resolved, then the matter will be to put in writing and send to the External Verifier. This is a last resort and will only be necessary if the case is intractable and unable to be solved using the three stages mentioned above.



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