AoC Beacon Awards 2014-15 prospectus - JLT Employee Benefits Award for Health and Wellbeing

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  • 1. The Awards 10 JLT Employee Benefits has been creating and implementing healthcare solutions for the education sector since 1981 when the Universities & Colleges Corporate and Voluntary Healthcare Plans were introduced. Our knowledge of the sectors requirements combined with our knowledge of market products and solutions has ensured the continued growth of our reputation. Our healthcare solutions now form an integral part of employee benefits and most universities and colleges have adopted our medical plans. These services extend beyond private medical care and include all aspects of Occupational Health and employee benefits. Details of our comprehensive services can be found at JLT Employee Benefits is a member of the Jardine Lloyd Thompson Group who has divisions specialising in Insurance Broking, Employee Benefits, Actuarial Consulting and Healthcare. The Group provides solutions to maximise the effectiveness of our client’s financial, human resources and risk management initiatives. Jardine Lloyd Thompson is one of the largest UK publicly quoted insurance brokers in the UK. JLT Benefit Solutions Ltd. A member of the Jardine Lloyd Thompson Group. Authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority. Registered Office: The St Botolph Building, 138 Houndsditch, London, EC3A 7AW, United Kingdom. Registered in England No. 1804276. VAT No. 244 2321 96 Universities and Colleges Healthcare Services Further education - serving the needs of a better society and strong economy
  • 2. 10 Universities and Colleges Healthcare Services This award is open to all further education, sixth form and tertiary colleges which can demonstrate successful and engaging approaches to promoting healthy lifestyles and well-being benefitting learners and the wider community served by the college. Colleges should be able to provide evidence of achievement of the general Beacon criteria particularly highlighting how the programme for promoting health and well-being of learners and college staff, demonstrates: • Effective leadership and management which supports the integration of the promotion of health and well-being into college values and ensures a safe, healthy and supportive environment in which learners and staff recognise the importance of healthy lifestyles and develop safe working practices • Effective implementation of a college strategy for health and well-being that meets the range of social and personal needs of students and has resulted in improvements in individuals’ lifestyle and increased levels of student engagement with learning • A range of innovative strategies aimed at improving learners’ health and well-being – particularly in regard to one or more of the following: physical activity, smoking, drug use, sexual health, healthy eating, stress, self-confidence, mental health, safety, bullying and discrimination • The promotion of health and well-being supported by a constructive and meaningful dialogue with students • The implementation of comprehensive and secure procedures for safeguarding learners and staff • Effective partnership working with both internal and external partners supporting the development of Personal, Social and Health Education; healthy eating; physical activity; or emotional health and well-being. JLT Employee Benefits Award for Health and Well-being Further education - serving the needs of a better society and strong economy