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Supported Learning

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Welcome to Nottingham College and our outstanding SLDD department offering students the opportunity to develop in the exciting setting of a mainstream further education college.

An integral part of Nottingham College, our SLDD department is highly valued for its skilled, supportive staff and its long established connections with local schools, businesses and the community.

We aim to give students the skills to tackle the world around us with confidence and enthusiasm. We want all students to enjoy their experiences and for all to achieve, without exception.

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Why Choose Nottingham College

Our Supported Learning team offers courses specially designed to meet the needs of students - aged between 16 and 24 - with a range of additional needs.

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Student Support and Enrichment

Student Support and Enrichment

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Additional Learning Support

At Nottingham College we aim to support you to maximise your potential and reach your learning goals and develop skills towards independence and employability.

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Supported Learning Courses

We have a range of supported learning programmes to meet the needs of our students.

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Advice and guidance

The SLDD team will assist you during your transition to college and enrolment, while you are on your programme of study and when you are deciding on your next step after College – whether that is further study, independent living…

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