Here at Netcom Training, we are committed to providing a caring, friendly and safe environment for all our learners, so that they can learn in a relaxed and secure atmosphere. We believe every learner should be able to participate in all learning and social activities in an enjoyable and safe environment and be protected from harm. We put the wellbeing of our learners at the heart of what we do and we are always here to listen.
Netcom Training has a duty to safeguard and promote the wellbeing of learners and vulnerable people. This includes the need to ensure that all adults who work with learners and vulnerable people are competent, confident and safe to do so. Safeguarding means recognising that the needs, wellbeing, and safety of all apprentices and staff and that actions relating to this are in line with legislation, recommendations and guidelines. All adults who work with children, young and vulnerable people are accountable for the way in which they exercise authority, manage risk, use resources and safeguard learners, and vulnerable people.
If you would like to report a safeguarding concern, click below to fill in our safeguarding report form or call 0121 306 0417.
Atran Esho is a member of the safeguarding team at Netcom Training and a Designated Safeguarding Officer. He helps us fulfil the statutory requirements of safeguarding our learners.
Zsuzsa Gyenge is a Designated Safeguarding Officer and part of the safeguarding team at Netcom Training. She assists us in meeting the statutory requirements of safeguarding our learners.
"It’s been an excellent learning experience especially with our instructor Matt Helliwell, who patiently supported us all the time. I do appreciate his effort to let us all learn things. I can’t thank him enough."
We strongly believe everyone should have access to development opportunities, no matter your background. If you have special learning requirements, we can provide you with additional learning support.
We offer free access to Wi-Fi as well as loan out computers if you don’t have access to a laptop.
You can discuss your support needs or any other concerns that may be affecting your learning with us at any stage of your course. To request support, you can either: