Key Policies underpinning the running of LCH UK
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The London College of Homeopathy is founded on a few key principles that underpin its running and ensure staff performance and quality assurance. These principles include:
The LCH UK is committed to providing the highest quality homeopathic education to its students. This is achieved through a combination of factors, including:
The LCH UK is committed to high standards of faculty performance. This is achieved through a variety of factors, including:
The LCH UK is committed to ensuring the highest quality of its education and practice. This is achieved through a variety of factors, including:
This policy applies to all staff, students, and visitors to LCH. It also applies to all LCH activities, both on-site and online.
Definition of Safeguarding: Safeguarding is the process of protecting children, young people, and vulnerable adults from abuse and neglect and harassment. It includes promoting the welfare of those individuals and taking steps to prevent harm.
Types of Abuse / Harassment
Abuse can take many forms, including:
Reporting Safeguarding Concerns
If you have any concerns about the safety or well-being of a vulnerable person, you must report it to a LCH Administration at email@example.com. LCH deal with safeguarding concerns and will take appropriate action(s).
The LCH UK is committed to providing a workplace and educational environment free from discrimination and harassment on the basis of race, color, religion, national origin, gender, sexual orientation, age, marital status, veteran status, or disability status.
LCH UK values diversity and believes that it enriches our community. We are committed to creating an inclusive environment where all members of our community feel respected and valued.
We do not tolerate discrimination or harassment of any kind. Any employee or student who believes that they have been discriminated against or harassed should report the incident to the Administration at firstname.lastname@example.org
LCH UK is committed to providing equal employment opportunities to all qualified students and faculty. We make hiring, promotion, and other employment decisions based on merit, without regard to any of the protected characteristics listed above.
We also provide equal access to educational opportunities for all students. We evaluate all applicants for admission and financial aid on the basis of their academic qualifications and financial need, without regard to any of the protected characteristics listed above.
LCH UK is committed to creating a workplace and educational environment where everyone feels welcome and respected. We believe that diversity is a strength, and we are committed to creating an inclusive community where everyone can thrive.
LCH UK is committed to providing a safe and supportive environment for all its students, staff, and visitors. We recognize that extremism and radicalization can pose a threat to this environment, and we have a responsibility to take steps to mitigate these risks.
This risk assessment outlines the potential risks of extremism and radicalization, and the measures that we have in place to address these risks. The assessment is based on a review of the latest intelligence and research on extremism and radicalization, as well as our own experience of working with students and staff from a variety of backgrounds.
Potential Risks: The potential risks of extremism and radicalization include:
Mitigation Measures: LCH UK has a number of mitigation measures in place to address the risks of extremism and radicalization. These measures include:
LCH UK is committed to taking steps to mitigate the risks of extremism and radicalization. We believe that the measures we have in place are effective, but we are always looking for ways to improve. If you have any concerns about extremism or radicalization at LCH, please do not hesitate to contact us.
Contact Information. If you have any concerns about extremism or radicalization at LCH UK, please contact at email@example.com
The purpose of this IT Policy is to ensure that the LCH UK IT resources are used in a responsible, efficient, and secure manner. This policy applies to all LCH UK staff, students, and volunteers.
All study material / IDs / Password(s) should be kept strictly confidential and must be used in accordance with the instructions. (c) All Rights Reserved by LCH UK
Passwords: All LCH UK staff, students, and volunteers shall be provided with most updated passwords from time to time to ensure the safeguard of data.
Antivirus software: LCH UK suggests its staff, students, and volunteers to install and use validated and licenced antivirus softwares on their computers and keep it up to date to be cyber safe.
Email: All LCH UK staff, students, and volunteers must be careful about what emails they open and what links they click on. LCH UK shall never send an unsolicited email or link. If you have suspicion on any link please report it immediately at firstname.lastname@example.org
Suspicious activity: All LCH UK staff, students, and volunteers must report any suspicious activity to the IT department immediately at email@example.com.
Data backup: LCH UK suggests staff, students, and volunteers to back up their data regularly.
Awareness: All LCH UK staff, students, and volunteers must be aware of the College’s IT security policies and procedures.
Violations: Any violation of this IT Policy may result in disciplinary action, up to and including termination of candidature or expulsion from the College.
Contact Information: If you have any questions about this IT Policy, please contact the IT department at firstname.lastname@example.org
Last updated on November 09, 2023. To be reviewed and updated on annual basis, or earlier, as deemed required by the LCH UK Administration.