These terms and conditions apply to all participants on a Libya foundation for rehabilitation course
Attendance and courses:
– a place on the LFR course is subject to review of the application by the advisory group, and is not transferable to another individual.
– a participant on an LFR course undertakes to attend the full course.
– if a participant, having started the course, then withdraws from the course for any reason, it is not guaranteed that the participant will be allowed by LFR to resume attendance.
– if a participant misses any part of the course, this may affect whether LFR confers alumni status upon the participant.
– LFR retains the right to change the advertised LFR course and will make every effort to give participants reasonable notice in advance of any change
Conduct during the course
– when booking and paying for an LFR course or event venue, LFR is acting as an agent on the participant’s behalf. Participants will be subject to the terms and conditions of the venue.
– it is the participant’s responsibility to ensure that while attending an LFR course and while on any third party premises he or she does not behave in an improper or disorderly manner or in a way which risks or causes damage to property, or in a way which is in breach of the terms and conditions of these premises.
– in the event of such improper behaviour, LFR will have the right to require the participant to withdraw from the course.
– The participant will also be liable to indemnify LFR for any expenses or other liability it incurs or suffers as a result of any such improper behaviour.
All participants are expected to abide by LFR’s Conventions
Participants who cancel their applications less than 48 hours will be liable for the accommodation fees incurred by LFR, if applicable
– it is at LFR’ s discretion to agree with the participant the hours/days required to complete the course ( e.g. Attending the balance of events, or re-starting the course in its entirety ) in order to be able to achieve alumni status.
– participants wishing to defer their place and re-register under this policy will be required to complete a short re-registration form outlining the circumstances and context of their request.
– the participant’s re-registration form will be considered by the advisory group, using the application criteria. LFR cannot guarantee that an application to defer and re-register will be accepted.
Confidentiality / Data Protection / Freedom of Information
Trainees must maintain the confidentiality of information about patients, staff and other health service business in accordance with the Data Protection Act of 1998. Trainees must not, without prior permission, disclose any information regarding patients or staff. If any member of staff has communicated any such information to an unauthorised person, those staff will be liable to dismissal. Moreover, the Data Protection Act 1998 also renders an individual liable for prosecution in the event of unauthorised disclosure of information.
Following the Freedom of Information Act (FOI) 2005, Trainees must apply the foundation’s FOI procedure if they receive a written request for information.
Trainees must at all times fulfil their responsibilities with regard to the foundation’s Equal Opportunities Policy and equality laws.
Health and Safety
All trainees have a responsibility, under the Health and Safety at Work Act (1974) and subsequently published regulations, to ensure that the foundation’s health and safety policies and procedures are complied with to maintain a safe working environment for trainees, patients, visitors and employees.
All Trainees have a personal obligation to act to reduce healthcare-associated infections (HCAIs). They must attend mandatory training in Infection Control and be compliant with all measures required by the foundation and affiliated training centres to reduce HCAIs. Trainees must be familiar with the foundation’s Infection Control Policies.
All trainees have a responsibility to report risks such as clinical and non-clinical accidents or incidents promptly. They are expected to be familiar with the foundation’s use of risk assessments to predict and control risk, as well as the incident reporting system for learning from mistakes and near misses in order to improve services. Trainees must also attend training identified by their supervisor, or stated by the foundation to be mandatory.
Safeguarding children and vulnerable adults
Trainees have a general responsibility for safeguarding children and vulnerable adults in the course of their daily duties and for ensuring that they are aware of the specific duties relating to their role
It is the foundation’s policy to promote health. Smoking, therefore, is actively discouraged. It is illegal within foundation training centres and vehicles.
We are committed to meeting the rights and standards required by the foundation plan. We expect our staff and trainees to be aware of these rights and standards and to be fully involved and co-operative in meeting them.
Any criminal conviction must be made known at the time of application.
Review of Course Description
Course descriptions are intended as an outline of the general areas of activity and will be amended in the light of the changing needs of the organisation and trainee.