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The Training Centre makes strenuous efforts to be health compliant, including deep cleaning with hospital-grade disinfectants in all bedrooms and common areas. 
In light of the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic, as a condition of entry, guests of all ages must perform a lateral flow test prior to leaving their home - you may not be admitted if you cannot show this. Further more, please follow whatever measures are in place at the time of their visit such as, but not limited to, bringing and wearing face coverings, social distancing measures in public spaces, negative tests, vaccines, use of hand cleaning provision and procedures based on guidance and/or advice.  

Prospective guests, of any age, wanting to come to the Training Centre who have underlying health conditions that make them unable to wear masks or use soaps and sanitizers, or who need additional protection, need to ask their group leader 14 days in advance to contact the Training Centre to discuss if this will be possible.

It is vital that all who visit the Training Centre, and are here for training purposes, respect and follow the measures in place and make every effort to help keep everyone safe whilst at the Training Centre.


Safeguarding is action taken to protect and prevent children and vulnerable adults from harm, ensuring them to have best outcomes. The safeguarding and protection of children (under 18 years of age) and vulnerable adults are of vital importance and are taken very seriously. It is the duty of not only staff, but every individual to be vigilant and take proper action and to protect children and vulnerable adults. Safeguarding includes safe staff recruitment procedures, risk assessment and correct teacher: child ratios and persons having valid enhanced Disclosure and Barring (DBS) certificates.


Contacts: If you have booked events or activities at BTC, please email osc@bahai.org.uk to request Risk assessment form and further guidance notes safeguarding children and venerable adults. If the child is in immediate danger call Police on 999 or National Society for Prevention of Cruelty to Children (NSPCC) on 0808 800 5000 and Thirtyone:eight charity (31:8) on 0303 003 1111 which is an independent organisation with no denominational allegiance, though it encourages people to work through agreed procedures wherever possible.

Photographs: Permission must be obtained from both children and adults before a photograph is taken or film footage recorded. The event organiser should write to the parents or send a Parental Consent Form.