Support and Advice for Students
Advice on courses
If you need advice on which course to choose, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or call us on 020 7269 6000.
For subject specific advice contact:
For Creative Arts and Creative Writing advice, contact the Departmental Administrator email@example.com
Weekly drop-in advice sessions are held during term time for:
(a) ESOL and Literacy assessment (every Tuesday, 3-5pm and every Wednesday, 7.30-9.30pm).
There will be a short interview which helps us to place you on the correct course.
Come early as these sessions are often busy.
(b) Computing, IT and business courses (every Tuesday, 2-3pm).
Support with learning
You may need support with your learning. You might have a disability or a learning difficulty. If you need support, please ask. If we can help, and we usually can, we will. Need advice on support for learning before you enrol? Please contact Sahara Williams. Sahara’s direct line is 020 7269 6030; her email address is firstname.lastname@example.org . Providing a hearing loop, large print and other aids for people with visual impairment, level access and specialised equipment are amongst the things we can do to help you. We’ll put together a Personal Assistance Plan for you. We’ll send you a copy and share it with Reception staff. Please tell Sahara exactly what you need. If you have a difficulty affecting mobility, we’ll put together a Personal Emergency Evacuation Plan so that you will be safe during an emergency. We’ll send you a copy and share it with your tutor and Reception staff.
You may have a learning difficulty and require Additional Learning Support. This may be additional teaching or other specific support. We aim to provide support tailored to your needs so that you can achieve your learning goals. Once more, Sahara is your first port of call.
Here are some examples of what our students have said about the support they have received:
“All my needs have been met.”
“Was the best help ever.”
“Everything was very good and clear. My tutor was very helpful.”
For the first time in my life, my teachers recognised my needs and gave me special support.Sarbjit