NORTH EAST BUSINESS TOP OF THE CLASS AFTER PRESTIGIOUS ACCREDITATION
FIRST Class Supply, the fastest growing independent Supply Teaching Agency in the North East, has been awarded Audited Education Status by The Recruitment & Employment Confederation.
One of only 10 percent of education agencies in the UK to receive this accreditation, the accolade acknowledges the dedication and professionalism that First Class Supply deliver to ensure that stringent standards of compliance and best practice are met on a daily basis.
Lesley Robinson, director of First Class Supply said, “At First Class Supply we always aim to exceed expectations and receiving this award is fantastic recognition for our dedicated team who continue to go above and beyond to ensure that we maintain an excellent relationship with our partner schools and ensuring that all our teachers and assistants are afforded the respect they deserve from fellow professionals.
The REC Education Audited award verifies that First Class Supply and policies and procedures are in compliance with the Employment Agencies Act, The Conduct of Employment Agencies and Employment Business Regulations 2003, the REV Code of Professional Practice and safeguarding practices towards children.
REC chief executive Kevin Green said, “By undertaking this specialist audit recruiters are measuring themselves against the highest industry standards.
“The success of REC Audited Education is ensuring best practice within agencies and ensures we continually improve the standard of teachers placed within our schools.” Alongside providing professional services to schools across the North East, First Class Supply make a real difference to their local community. This includes an exclusive partnerships with the well-respected Newcastle United Foundation, the Newcastle Falcons Community Foundation and Seven Stories, the National Centre for Children’s Books, has which has enabled the business to ensure thousands of local school children have enjoyed interactive workshops, events and unique sporting experiences and training at no cost to schools or parents.
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