Supporting You Every Step Of The Way
Careers Advice and Guidance
If you are not sure which course to follow, Student Advisers can give you impartial careers and education advice and suggest the best course to apply for.
We offer personalised support to students who have dyslexia, learning difficulties, physical and sensory disabilities and mental health issues. Support is provided by our qualified and experienced team of Support Workers. We can also provide specialist technology and equipment.
We also offer In-class or small group support to students, usually on full-time courses, who are experiencing difficulties with reading, writing, maths or study skills.
If you would like help applying to the college or would like to discuss the support we can provide for you once you are studying here please contact the Study Support Team by e-mail email@example.com, or by telephone on 020 7573 5389.
The College Counselling Service is available to help you with any personal difficulties that you may be experiencing during your time at the College. These issues may be related your studies, such as stress, anxiety about exams or concerns about return to study, but there may also be personal issues at home or at work that are causing you difficulty in some way. The counsellors are not here to advise you but are available to listen to your concerns and support you in finding your own solutions. The service is free and confidential. Sessions take place during term times at the Chelsea and Kensington Centres, although the service is available to students attending any of the College sites. Even if you are unsure about whether counselling can help you, please do get in touch to talk it over and find out.
All College counsellors subscribe to the British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy Ethical Framework for Good Practice.
The Senior Counsellor can be contacted on:
020 7573 5358 (Kensington Centre)
020 7573 5255 (Chelsea Centre)
There are lifts at the Chelsea and Kensington Centres (except for the Carlyle building). Where possible we can arrange for a class to take place at ground level. We can also install a loop induction system at all sites. Please let us know if you would like this service.
Support and advice are always important during your studies. For this reason all students have an Individual tutorial each term where they discuss their progress and plan action to improve their performance. Full-time students also have weekly group tutorials where they focus on developing personal and social skills to improve their chances of being successful in education and work.
College Youth Workers organise a range of activities across the College throughout the year for all students.
We welcome your views, ideas and contributions. If you would like to make a difference during your college life, please stand for election as a class representative or as a member of the College Student Council.
The College produce a regular newsletter containing news, views, articles, reviews and information about what is going on in the College.
If you have children between 18 months and 5 years old and want a creative, exciting and fun place for them to go while you study, the nursery at Kensington is open from 9:00 until 17:30 during term time.
dISABILITY AND learning support
ADDITIONAL LEARNING SUPPORT
We offer personalised support to students who have dyslexia, learning difficulties, physical and sensory disabilities and mental health issues. Support is provided by our qualified and experienced team of Support Tutors and Assistants. We can also provide specialist technology and equipment.
We also offer In-class support to students, usually on full-time courses, who are experiencing difficulties with a range of learning difficulties.
If you would like help applying to the college or would like to discuss the support we can provide for you once you are studying here please contact the Additional Learning Support Team by e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org or by telephone on 020 7573 5389/5224.
ARRANGEMENTS TO MEET THE NEEDS OF LEARNERS WITH SPECIAL EDUCATIONAL NEEDS AND DISABILITY