British Fundamental Values
It is important to promote British Fundamental Values within society to help to create an orderly society where learners can feel safe, valued and can contribute for the good of themselves and others.
The British Fundamental Values are:
Democracy, Rule of Law, Mutual Respect and Tolerance,
and Individual Liberty.
Creates a culture built upon freedom and equality, where everyone is aware of their rights and responsibilities. Examples of democracy are:
- Joint decision making
- Team meetings
- The right to protest and petition
The Training Brokers promote democracy by listening to our learners opinions, encouraging our learners to consider the opinions of their peers and promoting the use of joint decision making within tasks.
Rule of Law
The rule of law surrounds our justice system, from how legislation is created to how justice is delivered. The rule of law is important to create a safe, secure environment to live and work. Examples of the rule of law include:
- Policies and procedures
- The criminal justice system
- Civil law
- Criminal law
The Training Brokers promote the rule of law by negotiating fair class rules, adhering to policies and implementing class rules.
Mutual Respect and Tolerance
We live in a diverse culture, with various beliefs and values. Mutual respect and tolerance promotes respect to the values, ideas and beliefs of others without imposing your own views onto others. Examples of mutual respect and tolerance include:
- Embracing diversity
- Challenging discrimination
- Promoting awareness of religion, traditions, cultural heritage and preferences.
The Training Brokers promote mutual respect and tolerance by learning about different religions, traditions and preferences of their peers.
Individual liberty protects your rights within Britain, examples of rights can include:
- Equality and Diversity
- Human Rights
- Personal Development
- Respect and Dignity
- Values and principles
The Training Brokers promote Individual Liberty by encouraging our learners the freedom to respectfully share their thoughts and opinions