At the ASA we take whistleblowing very seriously. If you have any concerns about an incident that has happened or may take place then let us know about it.
What is whistleblowing?
A whistle blower is someone who reports suspected wrong doing at work. Wrongdoing may include:
- putting someone’s health and safety is in danger
- damaging the environment
- a criminal offence
- the organisation isn’t obeying the law
- the organisation is not meeting regulatory requirements set by Ofqual in the General Conditions of Recognition.
- covering up wrongdoing.
A whistle blower is protected by the law and will not be treated detrimentally or dismissed as long as the reporting is in good faith, not malicious or for personal gain. If reporting is malicious or for personal gain there is no protection by law.
How to report wrongdoing
Anyone associated with the ASA AB can report any potential wrongdoing at any time. This includes internal staff, associates, anyone associated with any approved centres, learners, tutors and verifiers.
To report a potential wrong doing please complete the online form below.
Your concern will be dealt with in the strictest confidence. If the information you provide contains details of criminal activity it will be passed to the police.