GiftAid
Download a Word doc of the Gift Aid form: SC Gift Aid Form

Diploma Qualification Ofqual Spec
The full Ofqual Specification for our Diploma in Practical Spirituality and Wellness qualification
Qual-Spec Practical Spirituality and Wellness

POLICIES

Code of Conduct
The full SC Code of Conduct and Guidelines for Spiritual Companions and registrants on the UK Register of Spiritual Caregivers
SC Code of Conduct 2021

Admissions and Cancellation Policy
SCT Admissions and Cancellation Policy Jan 2021

Assessment and Quality Assurance Policy
SCT Assessment and Quality Assurance Policy Jan 2021

Complaints Policy
SCT Complaints and Feedback Policy Jan 2021

Complaints Form
SCT Complaints Form Jan 2021

Conflict of Interest Policy
SCT Conflict of Interest Policy Jan 2021

Equal Opportunities and Diversity Policy
Equal Opportunities and Diversity Policy 2021

Health and Safety Policy
SCT Health and Safety Policy Jan 2021

Internal Quality Assurance
replaced by combined Assessment and QA Policy 2019 – see above

Reasonable Adjustments Policy
SCT Reasonable Adjustments and Special Considerations Policy Jan 2021

Safeguarding Guidelines
SCT Safeguarding Guidelines Jan 2021

Students Appeals Policy
SCT Appeals Policy 2021

Students Data Protection
SCT Learners and Graduates Data Protection Jan 2021

Students Rights and Responsibilities
SC Student Rights and Responsibilities

GUIDELINES FOR GROUP WORK

Circle Guidelines
Circle Guidelines April 2015

Facilitating Groups
Facilitating Groups – handout 2016

 

Public Liability for use of SCT Materials

If anyone is in any way offering a public service in which they use any of the Spiritual Companions Trust resources including Your Spiritual Health Programme they must:

  • Have an SC qualification. (From 2017 this was the Level 3 Diploma in Practical Spirituality and Wellness)
  • Have agreed to the SC Code of Conduct
  • Have informed SC administration
  • Have public liability insurance
  • Have ongoing supervisory support
  • Receive explicit consent for their services from any users

If all these requirements are not met, then the individual does not have the support of the SC Trust and is personally liable for any risk and claims.