The College adopts an inclusive approach to learning, offering high quality teaching which is tailored to individual requirements and aims to promote independence and the achievement of positive outcomes.
The College assists learners with learning difficulties, disabilities and or medical conditions.
Support may include:
Preston College adopts an inclusive approach to learning, offering high quality teaching to all, which takes into account individual requirements. Reasonable adjustments are embedded within the classroom, to ensure that those learners with an identified need can fully access the curriculum and the associated assessment processes.
It is recognised that some learners may also need additional support and this will be provided by the Curriculum and Learner Support Team. The focus of support is to remove barriers to learning and develop strategies. Naturally, support needs differ
from individual to individual, including those with EHCPs and may include the provision of exam access arrangements, assistive technology, learning support coaches/assistants and communication support workers.
To talk through your potential support needs with a member of the team, please call: 01772 225328 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org
We offer advice and guidance for learners with support needs who are making the move into further education and apprenticeships.
Our transition team meet with prospective learners to discuss and assess support needs before enrolment.
Our transitions team can:
To discuss your support needs further contact 01772 225328, email email@example.com or speak to a member of our team at enrolment.
As our learners progress and start to consider their next steps, many progress onto Supported Internships, Apprenticeships, Higher Education and employment.
We can help with applications to UCAS, CV writing and interview techniques. Learners also have access to work experience and careers advice and guidance in preparation for their next steps.