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Additional Learning Support

Your support starts even before enrolment, we can:

The College has a comprehensive support service, and if you tell us you have additional needs we will ask you for more details and evidence about your diagnosis or condition. We have a team of people who can assess to see what additional support you might need to be able to achieve on your course. This may include talking to you about alternative programmes of study.

Once we have assessed the information and evidence you have provided, and spoken to you, and anyone else who might be appropriate, we will agree what type of support you might need. This may include recommendations to your tutor, assistive technology and training on how to use this, in-class support and workshops, adapted learning materials, referral to study skills and exam workshops, support from our pastoral team and even referral to external agencies who may be able to assist you. 

The College wants to support you to study independently as quickly as possible so the support you get may not be the same as you had in school, but our team of experts, alongside your tutors will ensure that we focus on you achieving on your course and put things in place to help this happen.

Once you’ve enrolled, you can access:

  • Learning support workshops 
  • One-to-one and in-class support 
  • Support with reading, writing and maths 
  • Specialist learning materials 
  • Personal assistance
  • Exam and study support