Safeguarding & Safety
The safety and well-being of every individual on our holidays is of paramount importance.
As part of this commitment, our safeguarding policy is regularly reviewed and updated to keep it in line with the very latest best practice. All staff, trustees and volunteers are required to undergo an Enhanced Disclosure from the Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS), and to provide two referees from whom we take up references. Staff and volunteers receive regular training on safeguarding children and young people. We are members of safeguarding charity Thirtyone:eight.
If you have any safeguarding concerns or want to report a safeguarding matter relating to the Titus Trust please contact our Safeguarding Co-ordinator, Rosie Dunn, on 0300 302 0145 or email@example.com
If you would be more comfortable reporting through an independent Safeguarding charity, separate from the Titus Trust, please ring Thirtyone:eight on 0303 0031111 and select Option 2.
The Trust is registered with the Adventure Activities Licensing Authority, part of the Health and Safety Executive, responsible for maintaining the highest level of safety on activity holidays.
The Titus Trust holds two licences with the Adventure Activities Licensing Authority, details of these licenses are:
Provider: Titus Trust North
License No: R1069
Activities Covered: Watersports, Climbing,
Provider: Titus Trust South
License No: R1415
Activities Covered: Watersports
Further details regarding these licenses can be obtained from the AALA website www.aala.org or by calling 02920 755715. All activities are supervised by experienced adults with the necessary qualifications. All UK leaders have received enhanced disclosure from the Disclosure and Barring Service and we seek to obtain equivalent checks from the relevant authorities for overseas leaders.
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