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The safety of students at Central Bedfordshire College is paramount and we are committed to working together to provide a safe learning environment for everyone.

As an education provider and in accordance with government legislation and guidance, Central Bedfordshire College has a statutory and moral duty to protect the welfare and safety of all its community members.

We believe it is unacceptable for anyone to experience abuse or neglect of any kind. Central Bedfordshire College works hard to embed these values into all procedures and practices. We develop staff to recognise and accept their responsibilities involved in safeguarding to protect young people and vulnerable adults from abuse, neglect and significant harm.  

Central Bedfordshire College is committed to ensuring that all young people and adults can:

- Be healthy and stay safe whilst learning at the College

- Enjoy and achieve

- Make a positive contribution

- Achieve economic wellbeing.

Central Bedfordshire College have comprehensive safeguarding procedures and policies in place which guide our practices.

If you as a student at the college have any concerns about your wellbeing or safety, or that of another person you should:

  • Talk to your tutor
  • Talk to a college Welfare Advisor
  • Talk to your Learning Area Manager

Contact Us

If your need further advice and guidance then please contact the Welfare Team at Central Beds College. We are based at the main Dunstable campus Monday - Friday 9.00 - 16.00.

Call: 01582 349 641/643

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