Apprentice Essentials

As an apprentice, here are some key facts, responsibilities and telephone numbers you may need during your Stubbing Court Training programme to help and support you, keeping yourself safe and healthy.

 

SCT promotes the importance of safety and encourages all apprentices and employers to assess and reduce risks.

 

You should:

 

  • Take responsibility for your own safety and for horses, colleagues and visitors
  • Have high standards of hygiene and tidiness
  • Be professional, follow the yard rules and correct procedures
  • Report any accidents or near misses, unsafe work and equipment needing repair to your employer immediately

 

 

Equality and Diversity

SCT promotes fairness at work and provides World Class training opportunities.

 

You should:

 

  • Be treated fairly, feel safe at work, have access to training, and a feeling of well-being
  • Treat others fairly, help ensure the people you work with are safe, share the workload and training opportunities
  • Promote safeguarding: keep others safe from harm, abuse and neglect
  • Report any cases of abuse to Belinda Turner at SCT on 01246 566193

 

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Safeguarding

If you have any Safeguarding concerns relating to a child (under 18) you should contact Belinda Turner at SCT or your Local Authority Out of Hours Social Care number, which you can find by putting in the postcode of where you are reporting from at the following link: https://www.gov.uk/report-child-abuse-to-local-council 

 

Alternatively, if you feel that a child is at immediate risk and in need of protection you should contact the Police immediately (telephone 999). These organisations will be able to help you and take any necessary action. 

Specialists that you can call for free and confidential advice and guidance

 Connexions can be contacted on

 

  • 01246 201581 (Derbyshire)
  • 01777 710701 (Nottinghamshire)
  • and 01274 829429 (Yorkshire)

They have specialist Personal Advisers who will give you advice on a range of training and disability matters, including the kind of help available and all the different opportunities open to you.

 

For advice on wide range of issues including housing, employment, education, driving and tax please click here

 

The National Careers Service website provides careers advice and information on a wide range of jobs, training course resources and funding www.nationalcareersservice.direct.gov.uk/

 

Important Helpline Numbers

  • Childline 0800 1111
  • Abortion help 0845 300 80 90
  • Sexual Health Line 0800 567 123
  • Beating Eating Disorders 0845 6341414
  • BackCare Helpline 0845 1302704
  • Asthma UK Adviceline 08457 010203
  • Learning Disability Helpline 0808 808 2020
  • Shelter 0808 800 4444
  • NSPCC Helpline 0808 800 5000
  • National Drugs Helpline 0800 776600
  • NHS Advice 111
  • Young Minds 0808 802 5544 (for concerns about the mental health of a young person)
  • Samaritans 08457 909090
  • Lesbian and Gay switchboard 020 7837 7324
  • Emergency contraception 0800 567123
  • National Eating Disorders 0845 634 1414
  • Sexual Abuse Support Centre Helpline 0808 802 999

For a comprehensive list of help and advice on all aspects of your health and welfare, please visit the NHS Livewell site, by clicking here.

 

Police Anti-terrorist Hotline 0800 789 321 to report an immediate threat to life or property.