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The TEC Partnership welcomes all applications and considers them on their individual merits. However, you are required to tell us about any convictions which are not spent under the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act (1974).
For some careers you will need to declare all criminal convictions including those that are spent.
Doing this will not necessarily stop you being offered a place on a course. Courses where a full disclosure is needed include those that could lead to a career in teaching or involve working with children or vulnerable adults, healthcare, the law/legal environment, accounting and finance, veterinary practices, RSPCA, taxi drivers, uniformed services and security.
If you are unsure about what to declare then please seek advice from our Safeguarding team 01472 311222 Ext 474/638 (you do not need to give your name) or ask a careers advisor at the National Careers Service at National Careers Service contact us.
For further information on what spent or unspent please see the link below.
If you have answered yes to the previous 2 questions, a member of the Safeguarding team will contact you regarding your application. Please note that failing to complete this section or providing misleading or false information may lead to your application/enrolment being withdrawn.
Selecting ‘Yes’ to any of the questions above will result in a follow up meeting in order to obtain further details.
This is personal, sensitive information, and we require your consent before we can process your application.
Please provide details of a referee who we can contact if required to support your application.
Your referee will typically be:
If you are not currently studying, your reference should be someone who is able to talk professionally about your application and potential, such as an employer or training officer. Your reference does not have to come from an academic source.