Code of Conduct
Participant code of conduct
It is our core belief that all children and young adults have a right to protection and that welfare is paramount. We ensure that we have effective policies and processes in place that protect the children, young adults and communities that we work with.
Any breach of this Code of Conduct will result in disciplinary action.
First offences will usually result in a verbal warning where appropriate. Repeated offences after the first warning could lead to a final written warning. Any further offences will result in dismissal.
Challenges Abroad reserves the right to issue a warning of any kind, including dismissal from the programme, regardless of whether any warnings have been given. All disciplinary action will be documented and take place in front of a witness, where appropriate.
The following non-exhaustive list details actions that are grounds for immediate dismissal: