All our students are supported to ensure they get the best out of their time studying with us. This includes having a tutor mentor - someone who can guide you, whom you can confide in if you have any concerns, and who is there to ensure you achieve your best.
We help students who need financial, travel and childcare assistance. Our qualified careers advisers offer confidential advice on employment, training, voluntary work and further and higher education courses. Some students, for example, young carers and other vulnerable groups, are eligible for financial support and the college's bursary fund whilst they study with us.
We have a comprehensive package of support for students with disabilities and we are committed to ensuring students achieve the level of maths, English and information technology skills required for gaining employment. Students also enjoy getting involved in a broad range of extra-curricular activities such as sports and leisure, the student union, enterprise, charity events, work experience and much more.