How we can support you
Our aim is to promote independence in learning, life and support towards achieving your aspirations in your career and future years.
We work together with tutors, Career Coaches, the Wellbeing team and other key members of staff in order to help all students manage their special educational requirements.
Throughout your programme of study, you are encouraged to ask for additional assistance if you believe that this would benefit you.
If you need advance on the range of facilities and equipment available, please contact the ALS Co-ordinator on 01695 52492 or speak to your tutor.
Additional Learning Support
Many students may benefit from extra support to help them with their studies. The additional learning support team can help you with any support needs that you may have whilst in college.
A range of support is available, including support for students with:
Mental Health Concerns
Personal Care Needs
Offer For Learners With Special Educational Needs And Disabilities (SEND)
The Children and Families Act 2014 reforms the responsibilities of educational establishments in ensuring that young people with SEND have equal life opportunities as they move into adulthood.
Additionally, the Preparing for Adulthood Programme (PfA) is funded by the Department for Education as part of the delivery support for SEN and Disability Reforms. Their website is an excellent place to obtain further information.