Kaileys Consortium’s Data Protection policy indicates that we are dedicated to and responsible for processing the information of our customers, stakeholders, employees, students and other interested parties with absolute caution and confidentiality. This policy describes how we collect, store, handle and secure our data fairly, transparently, and with confidentiality.

This policy ensures that Kaileys Consortium follows good practices to protect the data gathered from its customers, students, employees, and stakeholders. The rules outlined in this document apply regardless of whether the data is stored electronically, on paper or on any other storage device.

Policy Elements

As a key part of our operations, we gather and process any information or data that makes an individual identifiable such as full name, physical address, email address, photographs, etc. This information is collected only with the full cooperation and knowledge of interested parties. Once this information is available to us, the following rules apply to our company.

Our data will:

  • Be precise and consistently updated;
  • Is collected legitimately and with a clearly stated purpose;
  • Be processed by the company in line with its legal and ethical binds;
  • Have protection measure that protects it from any unauthorized or illegal access occurring by internal or external parties.

Our data will NOT:

  • Be communicated informally;
  • Exceed the specified amount of time stored;
    • Therefore, personal data of learners, employees, customers, and affiliates who no longer use Kaileys Consortium services will be archived for 3 years and deleted afterwards;
  • Be transferred to organizations, states or countries that do not acquire proper data protection policies;
  • Be spread to any party unless approved by the data’s owner (except for the legitimate requests demanded from law enforcement authorities).

Roles and Responsibilities

Everyone who works for or with Kaileys Consortium is responsible for ensuring that the collection, storage, handling, and protection of data is being done appropriately.

Purpose of Quality Assurance Policy

Kaileys Consortium aims to develop an effective and efficient Quality Assurance (QA) system underpinned by quality teaching, research development, curriculum development, student progression and welfare, focused on the needs of the continuously changing workplace safety and health.

Scope

International concerns about how to maintain quality control in an environment that increasingly puts acute pressure on the traditional modes of teaching, research, learning and management have forced the development and adoption of a formal, transparent and credible systems of quality assurance with external verification of outcomes and processes.

The aim of this quality assurance policy is to enhance the effectiveness of its core activities of learning, teaching, research performance, research training and management. The policy addresses all areas of the Kaileys Consortium’s activities focusing on our contribution to and in alignment with the Kaileys Consortium’s Strategic Goals.

Features

  1. A commitment to widespread involvement of staff, trainees and other stakeholders in the QA process.

 

  1. Critical self-evaluation                         and   rigorous   peer       review   of academic and administrative areas;
    1. Methodical collection of evidence about service satisfaction and student experience, including external comparisons;
  • External assessment of professional courses through accreditation and international review;
  1. Multiple avenues for student and staff input to QA and improvement and;
  2. Systematic use of client experiences to improve staff development and training.
  1. A focus on efficient management, planning and resource processes to achieve excellence and to ensure continuous improvement.
    1. Organization-wide strategic goals linked to plans, priorities and review system;
    2. Strong Academic Board and committee structure to develop, implement and oversee academic policies;
  • Alignment between academic and administrative review processes;
  1. A process for monitoring implementation of the recommendations of reviews through Kaileys Consortium Ltd administration.
  2. Allocation of funding to address areas of improvement;
  3. Annually-updated teaching and learning plans and
  • A performance management and development system for all staff, including managers.
  1. A commitment to judging outcomes and processes against the highest external standards;

 

  1. Formal links with many of the world’s leading institutions: national and international benchmarking of standards and outcomes and;
  2. National and international benchmarking of quality assurance processes with comparable research-led institutions.

Policy Statement

To fulfill its mandate, Kaileys Consortium is committed to providing a healthy and safe working environment for all those involved with its activities including workers, suppliers, volunteers and all others working in or visiting our places of work.

Thus, Kaileys Consortium strives to engage in effective co-ordination, cooperation and consultation, with all those working with and for us. Kaileys Consortium will therefore:

  • Comply with relevant legislation, regulations, codes of practice, and industry standards;
  • Commit our people, at all levels, to be responsible and accountable for the health, wellbeing, and safety of themselves and others;
  • Establish, encourage, and support consultation and participation between managers and workers and their representatives in all matters relating to health and safety;
  • Ensure that appropriate resources and processes are in place to effectively identify, manage and monitor health and safety risks including the effective communication of risk.
  • Establish, review, and continuously improve the Health and Safety Framework and its systems to manage health and safety in the workplace — including adopting applicable good practice standards and setting and measuring targets;
  • Report, record, and investigate all incidents including: work-related ill health, injury, or discomfort, property damage, unsafe behaviors or conditions, and implement corrective actions;
  • Ensure our suppliers and their workers have the capability and are competent or are supervised by a competent person and provide appropriate and timely training to ensure ongoing competence;
  • Ensure workers are trained and equipped to deal safely with situations that may arise out of the work they are doing, or while they are at work;
  • Promote and actively lead wellbeing initiatives at Auditors Guild to ensure a healthy and safe workplace and to encourage balanced lifestyle choices; and
  • Ensure effective treatment and rehabilitation of any injured employee, student or visitor to ensure an early and lasting return to work;

Through the above we will achieve a culture of zero harm and continue to build and foster a positive culture of excellence in health and safety.

Policy Statement

To fulfill its mandate, Kaileys Consortium is committed to providing a healthy and safe working environment for all those involved with its activities including workers, suppliers, volunteers and all others working in or visiting our places of work.

Thus, Kaileys Consortium strives to engage in effective co-ordination, cooperation and consultation, with all those working with and for us. Kaileys Consortium will therefore:

  • Comply with relevant legislation, regulations, codes of practice, and industry standards;
  • Commit our people, at all levels, to be responsible and accountable for the health, wellbeing, and safety of themselves and others;
  • Establish, encourage, and support consultation and participation between managers and workers and their representatives in all matters relating to health and safety;
  • Ensure that appropriate resources and processes are in place to effectively identify, manage and monitor health and safety risks including the effective communication of risk.
  • Establish, review, and continuously improve the Health and Safety Framework and its systems to manage health and safety in the workplace — including adopting applicable good practice standards and setting and measuring targets;
  • Report, record, and investigate all incidents including: work-related ill health, injury, or discomfort, property damage, unsafe behaviors or conditions, and implement corrective actions;
  • Ensure our suppliers and their workers have the capability and are competent or are supervised by a competent person and provide appropriate and timely training to ensure ongoing competence;
  • Ensure workers are trained and equipped to deal safely with situations that may arise out of the work they are doing, or while they are at work;
  • Promote and actively lead wellbeing initiatives at Auditors Guild to ensure a healthy and safe workplace and to encourage balanced lifestyle choices; and
  • Ensure effective treatment and rehabilitation of any injured employee, student or visitor to ensure an early and lasting return to work;

Through the above we will achieve a culture of zero harm and continue to build and foster a positive culture of excellence in health and safety.