Ambutech Pre-Hospital Care and Qualsafe Awards support and comply with the requirements of the Equalities Act 2010. Any Learner assessment should be a fair test of their knowledge and the skills they have obtained however, for some Learners, the usual format of assessment may not be entirely suitable.
We are committed to making sure individuals with special educational needs, disabilities, temporary illness or injury or other adverse circumstance outside their control are not unfairly disadvantaged when undertaking qualifications or assessments.
With a view to removing barriers which prevent Learners from undertaking assessments, reasonable adjustments may be made, and special consideration may be given.
However, in some cases, reasonable adjustments may not be permitted due to published legal criteria. For example, if a Learner is unable to meet the requirements of a qualification that are outlined in Health & Safety legislation (which takes precedence over Equality legislation). In this scenario, we may issue learners with a certificate that details the Learners attendance and specific achievements on the course.
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