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Transporting Young Persons and Vulnerable Adults
This 1-day course has been developed to give advice on the legal, moral and ethical issues involved in transporting children, young people and vulnerable adults in buses, coaches and minibuses. The course will provide up to date information on current mandatory requirements and best practice observances, including an interactive workshop focusing on ‘the school run’. This will provide a framework for driver as well as supervisor training that will help ensure that home to school transport journeys are managed to the optimum benefit of all involved.
Who should attend?
Operators and drivers involved in the transportation of children, young persons and vulnerable adults.
Benefits of attending
An enhanced understanding of the legal, moral and social issues involved in transporting children and vulnerable adults.
- What is a vulnerable person?
- Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) checks
- Escorts and transport supervisors
- Passenger welfare:
- physical contact
- inappropriate conversational topics
- unruly and anti-social behaviour
This course is ONLY available on an in-company basis. For more information please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 03717 11 22 22.