We are committed to extending our learning opportunities and facilities to all our learners.
We can offer reasonable additional learning support for people who need help to achieve their learning aims due to a disability, health problem or learning need. We may for example be able to help support you learn and achieve on your chosen course by providing:
- Learning materials that suit your needs, for example, large print handouts
- Physical support to access our buildings and facilities
- Support equipment, for example, a Conversor, perching stool
- A helper to support you in class
- Someone to interpret, read or sign for you
- Face to face discussion about possible formal Access Arrangements on courses leading to a qualification
- Financial support
If you think you may need help, it is important that you tell us about your support needs as soon as possible either:
- At the Information, Advice and Guidance (IAG) session if you wish to enrol on a course leading to a qualification
- At enrolment if your chosen course does not have a separate IAG session
- By speaking to your tutor at the start of your course
- By contacting one of the Supported Learning curriculum team direct if you wish to speak to someone in confidence
If the course that you would like to attend is not accessible, we will help you to find an alternative.
Supported Learning team contact details
For courses held at or administered by our Woking, Esher, Molesey or Sunbury Centres
Contact: Alison Caraccio, Monday to Thursday.
- Telephone: 07773 472857
- Email: email@example.com
For courses held at or administered by our Camberley and Farnham centres
Contact: Angela Chitty, Monday to Thursday.
- Telephone: 07968 833972
- Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
For courses held or administered by our Guildford centre
Contact: Sara Doneux, Monday. Tuesday am and Wednesday.
- Telephone: 07968 834135
- Email: email@example.com
Contact: Zoe Squillaci, Wednesday, Thursday am and Friday.
- Telephone: 07929796107
- Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Safeguarding is intended to promote the welfare of everyone, especially those who are most vulnerable, by helping to protect them from bullying, harassment, abuse of any kind, discrimination or victimisation. Safeguarding is everyone's responsibility.
Please see our safeguarding and British values in adult learning.