Equality and Diversity

Doncaster College does not tolerate any prejudicial behaviour by any member of the College. The College is committed to ensuring that it does not discriminate either directly or indirectly against individuals on the grounds of gender, race, disability, sexual orientation, religion or belief, employment status, age. 
 

 

Discrimination affects the ability of groups and individuals to take part on an equal basis with others at work, in education and training and in all aspects of everyday life.  Such discrimination dismisses the opportunity available to these groups and goes against the principles of the College's Mission. 
 
Doncaster College will:
  • Promote an ethos and image that positively reflects the College's commitment to equality, diversity & race equality;
  • Ensure that all students and potential members of the College community are aware of the policy.  All students are required to comply with this policy.
  • Ensure that all staff and potential staff are aware and comply with equality, diversity and race equality policies;
  • Provide an accessible, physical environment in accordance with the Disability Discrimination Act 1995 which positively reflects the College's commitment to equality and diversity;
  • Provide a supportive learning and social environment throughout the whole College;
  • Ensure that curriculum content, materials and delivery reflect the College's commitment to equality and diversity;
  • Where appropriate, provide student support services to meet individual learning needs;
  • Effectively utilise resources to implement the College's equality, diversity & race equality policies;
  • Ensure effective monitoring of equality and diversity at all levels of the College's reporting mechanisms
 
The College is totally opposed to any form of discrimination and if any member of the College community considers that they have been treated unfairly, they may have grounds for a complaint which will be dealt with through the complaints procedure. 
 
Any form of discrimination may be treated as a disciplinary offence resulting, if appropriate, in disciplinary action under the College's Disciplinary Procedure.
 
 
 
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