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Our policies on offering support to all
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We keep exceptionally high standards in ensuring accessibility to our courses wherever possible. If you would like more information or would like to make a specific comment, please contact us or read our policy.
Learners have the right to feel safe in our classes. We all have the right to be free from bullying, harrassment, abuse, discrimination and neglect. All tutors & staff have had Safeguarding training and learners can contact our dedicated Safefuarding personnel. We encourage you to discuss any issues that concern you, whether about yourself or others.
Designated Safeguarding Person Loretta Anderson 01442 253935 or 07528 0500482
2nd Designated Person Helen Mutio 01442 253935 or 07528 049944
To ensure accessibility, we aim to provide additional learning support wherever possible. Whether due to learning difficulties, mental health, pregnancy, mobility or any number of other issues, we all need some flexibility or a little extra help at some point. Your tutors should ask you what additional support they can offer.
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If during the course of your learning journey you require support, help, information, advice or guidance with regards to furthering your studies and opportunities thereafter, please contact your tutor or a member of the Creative Learning Team.
Want to improve your basic maths or English skills? All our courses include whichever elements of English or maths are necessary for the course and our tutors have information on where to look for further studies. You can also click our links for more information.
Improve your maths to help: plan your money, read food labels and organise timetables, or help your child with their maths? For free, short, online courses around all these areas and more, follow our links.
Improve your English, reading and writing with the literacy trust.
Improve your English and maths for work with BBC Skillswise.
Volunteering helps you learn new skills, fill in employment gaps in your CV and can help you meet new people. For more information, please follow our links for Dacorum Volunteer Centre above. Their opening times are: Monday to Friday 9.30am ~ 4.00pm. Alternatively you can call them on 01442 247209/214734
Do you need help and advice on your career options? The National Careers Service is a free service that will help you with advice online, face to face or on the phone.
Contact them via the website on the link above. They are open daily from 8am ~ 10pm. Alternatively you can call them on 0800 100 900.
According to Ofsted, 'fundamental British values' are:
The rule of law
Mutual respect for and tolerance of those with different faiths and beliefs and for those without faith.
We support this throughout our provision and curriculum.
Guide to Internet safety for students and tutors