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Capita Education Resourcing achieves REC Audited Education status

The business recently underwent a detailed audit to ensure that it adheres to the highest safeguarding standards in recruitment and is undertaking all the relevant checks when supplying teachers and non-teaching staff to schools. Receiving this status demonstrates that the company remains vigorous and meticulous in its compliance checks of education professionals to maintain the safeguarding of pupils throughout the UK

The REC scheme provides successful recruitment agencies with an accreditation that is recognised by teaching unions, local authorities and schools. It enables both schools and temporary teachers to feel confident about the quality of the agencies they deal with.

Azam Mohammed, Managing Director of Capita Education Resourcing commented on this achievement:

“Gaining this status acknowledges the dedication and professionalism that our staff deliver and confirms that the highest standards of compliance and best practice are met on a daily basis. Our current and potential clients can rest assured that we are committed to the welfare and safety of pupils and deliver to the highest of standards.”

“It also shows that we are leading the way in recruitment best practice. This scheme assesses how well an agency cares for its candidates and the level of service offered to clients to ensure that recruiters continue to provide the best possible experience to all – something that is really at the heart of everything we do.”


REC chief executive Kevin Green added: “Congratulations to Capita Education Resourcing for achieving the gold standard in recruitment. They join an elite group of agencies across the UK who have been recognised for operating the very best practice in education recruitment.

“The aim of our scheme is to give headteachers peace of mind that they are working with an accredited supplier. By earning the right to display the REC Audited Education logo, Capita Education Resourcing can assure schools, parents and pupils that the staff they supply are recruited properly and have on-going support.”



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