Safeguarding at Aspiration Training
Safeguarding is about being alert to the signs that someone may be at risk of harm and ensuring there is a process in place to report any and all concerns.
We take seriously the statutory and moral duty that exists to protect the health and wellbeing of children, young people and adults at risk. As such, ensuring the safety of our learners, employers, their service-users and our team is our number one priority here at Aspiration Training. We work hard to raise the awareness of our learners, employers and Aspiration team members to enable them to be alert to someone being at risk of harm and make it clear and simple for them to act if they have a concern. Our commitment to safeguarding has been recognised by being awarded Leaders in Safeguarding status.
For more information about how we strive to keep our learners safe, please read our Safeguarding policy. If you have a concern about any of our learners, or you would like any further information about our commitment to safeguarding, please do not hesitate to use our Safeguarding Concern form below or contact us directly.
Our Lead Designated Safeguarding Officer is Antony Weber-Wright
Our Deputy Lead Designated Safeguarding Officer is Cheryl Pearcey
Our Safeguarding Team can be contacted on 0333 335 5723 or by using the dedicated email address which can be accessed by clicking the button below:Contact the Safeguarding Team
Slavery and Human Trafficking Statement
At Aspiration Training, integrity and ethical practice are at the heart of everything we do. We are committed to running our business responsibly and in accordance with the high ethical standards embedded in our practice.
‘Individual liberty’, ‘respect for the rule of law’ ‘equality’ and ‘mutual respect’ are embedded within our ethical beliefs and practices. Slavery and human trafficking are very plainly incompatible with these ethical beliefs and practices.
We expect the same high standards from our suppliers and all external stakeholders we work with.
We have policies and procedures in place to encourage and respond to public interest disclosures and to protect whistle blowers.
We will work with our suppliers to ensure that our approach to slavery and human trafficking is reflected in all our purchases of goods and services and, so far as reasonably practicable, that neither we nor they are involved in any way, either directly or indirectly, in slavery and human trafficking.
We are committed to ensuring that slavery and human trafficking have no place in our organisation or our supply chain.
This statement has been approved by our Board of Directors.
It is reviewed annually.
This statement is made pursuant to section 54(1) of the Modern Slavery Act 2015 and constitutes our organisation’s slavery and human trafficking statement
We’ve achieved many accolades and awards for the quality of our provision
This review relates to the quality of information, advice and guidance services it provides to its stakeholders. Information, advice and guidance (IAG) is provided at various stages during the time a learner, employer or partner is educated or trained by us. Our IAG service is provided by experienced staff operating for our head office in Redditch and working remotely with business customers across England.
The Green Dragon Environmental Standard is awarded to organisations that can demonstrate effective environmental management and that are taking action to understand, monitor and control their impacts on the environment. It’s suitable for organisations of all sizes, in any industry, and is flexible in design, so you tailor it to your needs.
Aspiration Training Ltd has achieved the prestigious Investors in People Gold Award for the second time. Following a rigorous assessment that included lengthy interviews with a large number of staff from right across the company, Aspiration Training now joins the top 2% of organisations across the UK who have achieved the Gold standard. This standard is only given to organisations who can demonstrate excellence in developing and supporting their staff and the company needed to meet a minimum of 165 evidence requirements standards that included a commitment to company values, personal development and social responsibility.
Ofsted is the Office for Standards in Education, Children’s Services and Skills. This is an organisation that inspects and regulates services that care for children and young people, and services providing education and skills for learners of all ages. You can read our full Ofsted report here