Equal Opportunities and Diversity Policy
As a provider of education and as an employer, CAPITAL COLLEGE UK is committed to equality of opportunity and treatment. We are committed to the production, implementation, review and monitoring of policies that promote equality for all those who study and work within the institution.
CAPITAL COLLEGE UK recognises its statutory commitments. We are committed to providing equality of opportunity by aiming to ensure that its practices and procedures follow legal requirements and good practice as recommended by the Commission for Racial Equality (CRE); the Equal Opportunities Commission (EOC); the Disability Rights Commission (DRC); and the Institute of Personnel and Development (IPD).
It is our policy to treat all members of staff, students and applicants fairly and equitably regardless of gender, racial or cultural grounds, disability, age, marital status, religious beliefs, sexual orientation, trade union activity, or any other category where discrimination cannot be reasonably justified.
We will ensure that no requirement or condition will be imposed without justification that could disadvantage individuals on any of the above grounds. Our detailed policy, which is available on demand, sets out how we intend to meet those commitments.