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  • Events : BFI (Business Forums International)
    HR Events Immigration Vetting and Screening In house Training Event summary Programme Speakers Email a colleague Document Verification for Overseas Students Staff Universities Schools Colleges London Date Wednesday 05 March 2014 Venue London Danubius Hotel Regents Park London NW8 7JT Do your employees have a genuine visa Are your students holding authentic qualifications from foreign countries Can your staff recognise a fake passport or birth certificate Is your HTS status safe Does your organisation know who they are employing Your institution has a responsibility to prevent illegal working provide evidence of an employee s Right to Work and comply fully with UKBA regulations Failure to do so can lead to a 10 000 fine and a removal of your licence to hire migrant workers As an employer you must uphold discrimination legislation and ensure data is protected when dealing with documents or risk costly litigation Employing staff with fake passports and visas could result in hefty legal and immigration penalties Institutions must safeguard vulnerable people and ensure that their employee s documents are legitimate Academic institutions which admit students or employ staff with fake academic records suffer poor results a fall in standards and huge reputational damage Sponsoring students who hold fake passports or visas opens your organisation to wealth of potential crime BFI s Document Verification Workshop for Universities Schools Colleges will provide admissions teams and HR teams with practical hands on training in recognising fraudulent documents enabling attendees to get to grips with the legal responsibilities surrounding document verification for applicants staff students spotting fake qualifications and ID documents giving each delegate the chance to handle and compare fake and real examples Highlights include Real Life Case Study Legal overview of institution s responsibilities UKBA regulation Discrimination Data protection Combating education fraud What countries and agencies to watch

    Original URL path: http://www.bfi.co.uk/event-detail.asp?eventid=237&typeid= (2016-04-25)
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  • Events : BFI (Business Forums International)
    event alerts News Sponsors Endorsers Exhibitors HR Events Immigration Vetting and Screening In house Training Event summary Programme Speakers Email a colleague Document Verification for Overseas Students Staff Universities Schools Colleges London Date Wednesday 05 March 2014 Venue London Danubius Hotel Regents Park London NW8 7JT 0900 Coffee Registration 0950 Chairman s welcome introduction to the day 1000 DOCUMENT VERIFICATION WHAT ARE YOUR LEGAL RESPONSIBILITIES WHEN EMPLOYING STAFF SPONSORING STUDENTS What are the consequences of getting document verification wrong Understanding your obligations to prevent illegal working in the UK under the Immigration Asylum Nationality Act 2006 Right to work what documents do you need to see and retain What are the responsibilities of the employer regarding ongoing checks Working within the law avoiding contravention of discrimination legislation Issues around recording and storing data that you must be aware of What foreign clearance issues does your organisation need to be aware of Emma Stevens Solicitor Eversheds 1100 Coffee Break 1115 COMBATING EDUCATION FRAUD WHAT MUST YOUR ORGANISATION BE LOOKING OUT FOR This hands on session will allow you to bring your policy questions directly to an education fraud expert and handle example fake documents ensuring that your staff members are fully equipped to recognise fraud Demonstrating compliance are your staff members able to recognise fraudulent documents Avoiding pitfalls in your admissions policy Dealing with particular countries agencies Spotting fake degrees what red flags should you be looking out for Practical examples of fraudulent documents English language requirements Which agencies can help you Elizabeth Evans Regional Analyst UK NARIC 1245 Lunch 1345 MASTERCLASS CHECKING IDENTITY RECOGNISING FRAUDULENT DOCUMENTS Identity attributed biographical biometric and chosen Do you know what to look for Common scams to be aware of What to do when you spot an irregularity Passports Photo ID and driving licenses Birth

    Original URL path: http://www.bfi.co.uk/event-detail_programme.asp?eventid=237&typeid= (2016-04-25)
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  • Events : BFI (Business Forums International)
    Just some of the in house courses that we offer Immigration Effective Trade Union Negotiations Employee Vetting Screening Document Verification Right to Work Checks Effective Employee Investigations and Non UK Employee Visa Policy and Compliance Home About Events Training FAQs Contact Book a Place Sign up now for event alerts News Sponsors Endorsers Exhibitors HR Events Immigration Vetting and Screening In house Training Event summary Programme Speakers Email a colleague

    Original URL path: http://www.bfi.co.uk/event-detail_speakers.asp?eventid=237&typeid= (2016-04-25)
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  • Events : BFI (Business Forums International)
    Exhibitors HR Events Immigration Vetting and Screening In house Training Event summary Programme Speakers Email a colleague Overseas Student Visa Workshop for Universities and Colleges London March Date Wednesday 19 March 2014 Venue London Danubius Hotel Regents Park London NW8 7JT Are your staff and students complying with Home Office policy Are you risking the revoke of your HTS status Are you fully prepared for a Home Office Audit Could your student visa process be made more efficient Non EU students form a vital part of any modern academic institution making the ability to sponsor student through Tier 4 absolutely crucial Failure to meet Home Office requirements can lead to a license suspension or invalidation with disastrous consequences to overseas student recruitment irreparable reputational damage and significant financial loss The Overseas Student Visa Workshop enables admissions teams student recruiters and line managers to get to grips with the complex legal policy and compliance requirements of the non EU student visa process Delegates will go away with a knowledge of policy and compliance requirements a detailed awareness of the process and a take home document checklist to ensure full preparedness for a Home Office audit Highlights include Real life case studies

    Original URL path: http://www.bfi.co.uk/event-detail.asp?eventid=238&typeid= (2016-04-25)
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  • Events : BFI (Business Forums International)
    overview principles of sponsorship What are the consequences of failing an audit Ensuring your academic progression policies are legal Discharging sponsor duties including Who will be involved identification and preparation of key roles and individuals Student participation in interviews Who will be chosen how and why Language policy and SELT tests what can be accepted Reporting to the Home Office when how Managing Home Office appeals what to do if a student is refused Managing agents establishing student intent policies and developing legal contractual arrangements Emma Stevens Associate Eversheds 1040 Coffee Break 1100 ESSENTIAL DOCUMENT CHECKLIST Delegates will receive a take home checklist for this session Offers CAS requests allocations and annual requirements relevance and validity Registration re registration and enrolment timing and documentation requirements Student documentation identity residency attendance record contact details ATAS Examples of communicating documentation What course and examination details must be supplied Clearance certification Evidence of student finances applicant deposits and debt checks Emma Stevens Associate Eversheds 1200 Case Study EFFECTIVE STRATEGIES FOR DEALING WITH STUDENT IMMIGRATION REGULATIONS Overcoming key challenges to meeting Home Office requirements Making changes to our in house student registration system Our Home Office Audit experience What happened The practicalities of improving our delivery providing a service to our students Ensuring academic staff buy in developing an effective internal training course Abi Page Visa Support Officer University of Hull 1245 Lunch 1345 ENSURING YOUR STUDENT RECRUITMENT POLICY IS ROBUST CHECKLIST PART I PRACTICALITIES OF SPONSORSHIP Highly Trusted Sponsors what are the benefits What requirements need to be met What legal responsibilities obligations will your organisation hold Working with partnership organisations who is responsible at each stage Preparing for a Home Office inspection Working with immigration control Identifying and assigning roles and responsibilities Avoiding the pitfalls of Tier 4 sponsorship Visa issues Deferred

    Original URL path: http://www.bfi.co.uk/event-detail_programme.asp?eventid=238&typeid= (2016-04-25)
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  • Events : BFI (Business Forums International)
    challenges and requirements Just some of the in house courses that we offer Immigration Effective Trade Union Negotiations Employee Vetting Screening Document Verification Right to Work Checks Effective Employee Investigations and Non UK Employee Visa Policy and Compliance Home About Events Training FAQs Contact Book a Place Sign up now for event alerts News Sponsors Endorsers Exhibitors HR Events Immigration Vetting and Screening In house Training Event summary Programme Speakers

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  • Events : BFI (Business Forums International)
    Venue London Danubius Hotel Regents Park London NW8 7JT Click here for full brochure PDF Can your recruitment team vet candidates successfully Are you up to date with employment law Are your team familiar with the barring referral process Can you carry out ongoing checks on employees What are your legal obligations to clients Are all candidates vetted to the same level Can your team recognise fraudulent documents Weaknesses in your employee vetting procedure can leave your organisation open to extensive risk including physical security fraud theft data breaches and even terrorism A failure to vet within the legal limits set out in discrimination and data protection legislation can lead to costly litigation and severe reputational damage Poorly referenced CV s can lead to bad hires The need for an effective compliant and legal employee vetting and screening policy and process for UK organisations has never been more vital The country s leading vetting event brings together top industry practitioners and legal experts enabling you to hear directly from other organisations giving you an unparalleled understanding of the legal landscape and policy implications for your organisation Highlights include Hear from Medical Research Council ICO DBS Inkerman Group In house vetting

    Original URL path: http://www.bfi.co.uk/event-detail.asp?eventid=242&typeid= (2016-04-25)
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  • Events : BFI (Business Forums International)
    AWARE OF What is the role of the DBS Your vetting process what necessary and possible checks should you make Key barring requirements what necessary possible referrals should you provide What does barring mean in practice What services does the DBS offer how can they work for employers What can we expect from the future Helen Chandler Operational Policy Manager Disclosure Barring Service 1115 Coffee Break 1130 POLICY CHECKLIST CLARIFYING THE LEGAL GREY AREAS IN YOUR EMPLOYEE VETTING POLICY Using social media Ensuring your HR system policies comply with legislation Hiring practices avoiding legal pitfalls in your recruitment process How and where to recruit CRB DBS changes you should be aware of Credit history Document verification checks on legal status for employees Employment Vetting Employment documents and Document retention TUPE and Acquisition managing right to work permissions and ensuring contracts are correct Angela Simpson Partner DWF LLP 1215 Case Study ARE YOUR TEMPORARY AGENCY WORKERS EFFECTIVELY VETTED What are the risks to your organisation What standards must employees be vetted to The practicalities of conducting an audit of temporary agencies Do agency checks meet these requirements How can the results be improved Michael Stephens Head of Safety Security Resilience Medical Research Council 1300 Lunch 1400 Case Study OVERCOMING THE CHALLENGES OF THOROUGH VETTING WITHIN LIMITED TIMESCALES Dealing with the complexities of integrating several vetting standards The value of third party vetting Data protection issues building and maintaining employee trust in your vetting policy Finding practical solutions avoiding hold ups in your vetting process The question of continual vetting mitigating risk vs contractual obligations vs employee morale Ashlyn Cartwright Safeguarding Quality Manager Synarbor 1445 Legal Update PROTECTING CONFIDENTIAL INFORMATION IN THE AGE OF THE DIGITAL WORKSPACE MONITORING YOUR EMPLOYEES WITHIN THE LAW Surveillance what can you reasonably monitor Communicating with your

    Original URL path: http://www.bfi.co.uk/event-detail_programme.asp?eventid=242&typeid= (2016-04-25)
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