Frontline policies

Frontline

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Safeguarding

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Whistleblowing policy

Frontline programme

The policies below apply to Frontline participants completing their Master’s Degree in Advanced Relationship Based Social Work Practice with Children and Families with Lancaster University.

The Frontline programme will follow Lancaster University’s Manual of Academic Regulations and Procedures (MARP), except in regard to variations which have been agreed and approved through the appropriate Lancaster University academic governance processes. The approved variations can be found here.

Participants should also be aware of Frontline’s safeguarding and whistleblowing policies.

Applicants who have yet to commence the Frontline programme should consult the recruitment and admissions policy here.

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Academic malpractice policy

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Attendance and engagement policy

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Bursary and financial policy

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Complaints policy and procedure

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Exceptional circumstances policy

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Fitness to practise policy

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Fitness to study policy

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Intercalation, transfer and withdrawal policy

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Participant complaint form

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Participant discipline policy

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Privacy notice and consent form for direct observations

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Suitability for professional training policy