KeyDoc – Equipment Credit Forms for DOC Staff and Students, 161.0 KB Download The DfE expects schools to use online and offline resources and teach videos. If possible, you should consider lending computer equipment so that all your students can learn from home if they need it. Enter this form or survey on your school website or email it to parents. Enter an explanation as to who is allowed to avoid confusion about the students who have priority. Download our staff and student data sheet form to stay up-to-date on the equipment you`ve borrowed. Create an online application form or survey with any tool you`re familiar with (z.B. Google Forms or SurveyMonkey). You may already be setting your rules for the correct use of devices in your ICT policy for acceptable use. However, you should create a separate agreement for loans so that you have a number of conditions that are quick and easy to read. Check your asset registry/inventory to see how many laptops and/or tablets you have.
(If you don`t have many, read our article on alternative methods to provide laptops to get a list of organizations that can help you access devices). Here`s what you need to think and do when lending laptops and tablets to staff and students so they can work and learn from home. Download our model loan form to track your equipment and download our standard loan agreement for employees and students. Keep a record of equipment credits. Equipment management staff should record relevant information. I understand that any violation of the above guidelines will result in the loan being forfeited. I am responsible for the laptop, including the network adapter. If they are damaged, lost or stolen, I am financially responsible for any associated costs (replacement fee of $500 plus $50 processing fee for the laptop library). Staff and students should sign the loan agreement before receiving the device. (Scroll down to the last section for tips on how to safely distribute the devices.) When I borrow a laptop from the library, I understand and agree with the following: they take responsibility for the device and its proper use. When your school is closed, use a courier to provide equipment Martin Owen is a qualified charter accountant (CPFA). He has more than 20 years of experience working with academies and schools to improve their governance, management and management of financial, commercial and operational processes.
Or use the means to pay for the replacement on a case-by-case basis. Don`t forget to outline the precautions students need to take to protect their device to minimize that things are lost. Your school may charge parents and employees a fee for lost, stolen or damaged devices. However, note that some parents (for example. B students who are entitled to the school premium) may not be able to pay these fees. Once your collaborators are in place, you decide which students should give priority: it has been approved by Forbes Solicitors and covers: I understand that the data cannot be stored on this computer.