The College Board has adopted a version of ‘Policy Governance’ based on a model developed by John Carver.
The Instrument and Articles of Government contain the legal basis of rules under which the College must operate.
Learners aged 16-18 on 31st August of start if study programme will NOT pay tuition, registration or examination fees.
This policy is to support students and staff in providing an environment where everyone can achieve their academic goals
The college has a positive policy of equality and diversity and strives to support students wherever possible.
The College is committed to safeguarding children and promoting children’s welfare
The College is committed to safeguarding adults at risk and promoting their welfare.
A framework for staff to manage student behaviour requirements of the Student Code of Conduct.
Our values guide the behaviour and shared priorities of the organisation
The College is committed to providing an environment that is free from sexual harassment, sexual misconduct and sexual violence
The College is committed to providing a secure environment, where students feel and are kept safe.
The College is committed to ensuring that no slavery or human trafficking exists within its business and supply chains
The College is committed to operating in an ethical and principled way.
The College, welcomes views from all staff, students, parents/carers and employers on the services it provides
All records held by the College are maintained in compliance with the Data Protection Act 2018
The College's family friendly policy sets out the support it offers to its employees
Where possible, the College will make information about College activities available to the public
Download College Terms and Conditions for Goods and Services
Please note: policies and procedures relating to Higher Education students can be found via: HE Policies & Procedures