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Complaints Policy and Procedure Our aim: The Association for Learning Technology ALT is committed to providing a quality service for its members and working in an open and accountable way that builds the trust and respect of all our stakeholders. One of the ways in which we can continue to improve our service is by listening and responding to the views of our members, customers and stakeholders, and in particular by responding positively to complaints, and by putting mistakes right.
Therefore we aim to ensure that: We recognise that many concerns will be raised informally, and dealt with quickly.
Our aims are to: An informal approach is appropriate when it can be achieved.
But if concerns cannot be satisfactorily resolved informally, then the formal complaints procedure should be followed. The formal complaints procedure is intended to ensure that all complaints are handled fairly, consistently and wherever possible resolved to the complainant's satisfaction.
ALT's responsibility will be to: A complainant's responsibility is to: Except in exceptional circumstances, every attempt will be made to ensure that both the complainant and ALT maintain confidentiality.
However the circumstances giving rise to the complaint may be such that it may not be possible to maintain confidentiality with each complaint judged on its own merit. Should this be the case, the situation will be explained to the complainant.
Trustees of ALT will receive annually an anonymized report of complaints made and their resolution and complaints will be dealt with in accordance with ALT's Privavcy Policy. Formal Complaints Procedure Stage 1 In the first instance, if you are unable to resolve the issue informally, you should write to the member of staff who dealt with you, or their manager, so that he or she has a chance to put things right.
If your complaint concerns a Trustee of ALT, rather than a member of ALT's staff, you should write formally to the individual concerned.
In your letter you should set out the details of your complaint, the consequences for you as a result, and the remedy you are seeking. You can expect your complaint to be acknowledged within 4 working days of receipt.
You should get a response and an explanation within 15 working days. Stage 2 If you are not satisfied with the initial response to the complaint then you can write to ALT's Chief Executive and ask for your complaint and the response to be reviewed.
You can expect the Chief Executive to acknowledge your request within 4 working days of receipt and a response within 15 workings days. ALT's aim is to resolve all matters as quickly as possible.
However, inevitably some issues will be more complex and therefore may require longer to be fully investigated. Consequently timescales given for handling and responding to complaints are indicative.
If a matter requires more detailed investigation, you will receive an interim response describing what is being done to deal with the matter, and when a full reply can be expected and from whom. Final Stage If you are not satisfied with the subsequent reply from ALT's Chief Executive, then you have the option of writing to the Chair of the Central Executive Committee Trusteesstating the reason why you are dissatisfied with the outcome.
The Chair of the Central Executive Committee or their nominee will respond normally within 10 working days to inform you of the action which will be taken to investigate your complaint, and when you can expect to hear the outcome of the investigation.
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