Student Services

  • Student Services
  • Student Services
  • Student Services
  • Student Services

In Student Services you will find friendly, welcome and positive help whatever your enquiry is. Our Student Services team provides a range of services and information for students.

Channelside Campus

The Student Services’ office is found opposite the main Reception area of the Copper Box.

Rating Lane Sixth Form Campus

The Student Services’ office is found on the left hand side as you enter the main reception area.

What we offer

The student services team provide the following services and information which are available to all students:

  • Careers guidance
  • Progression information including Higher Education
  • Employment opportunities
  • Financial advice including Learner Support Fund, Bursary, Student Loans
  • Student Welfare
  • Course information

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Personal Support - Guidance and Counselling
This confidential service offers guidance and support if you are experiencing difficulties of any kind. Student Services works with your Personal Tutor to help you deal with any concerns or anxieties you may have. Problems may be personal, financial or course-related – it does not matter. A counselling service is available for students. 

Health and Welfare
Student Services works closely with a number of agencies offering advice, guidance and counselling on issues relating to health and welfare.

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Learning Support
Additional support is available if you require extra assistance to help you successfully complete your course.

Careers Advice
A member of the team is on hand to help with advice and guidance on the important future decisions you will need to make, including:

  • Employment and training opportunities
  • Further and Higher Education information and advice (UCAS information and information on financial support and funding for students)
  • Job-search skills (including CVs, interview preparation and mock interviews, which are available in leaflet form to take away)

Virtual Learning Environment (VLE)
The VLE has a variety of resources including careers information, job and volunteering opportunities, student welfare, events and external activities.

Learning Hubs
These are located in each curriculum area and will have the resources to support your studies and provide information about accessing careers information and support.

National Careers Service
We work closely with the National Careers Service which provides careers advice and information on a range of jobs, training courses and funding.

Mature Students
Because many of our students are adults we recognize that some of them may not have studied for some time. Some students may therefore be worried about joining a college course or be unsure about which subjects to choose.

We, therefore, provide a number of courses specifically designed to give help and encouragement while at the same time teaching the required skills.

Money Matters
Contact Student Services for advice on how to make the most of any financial support available, such as the Student Bursary 16-19 year old and 19+ which can assist you with childcare, travel, book/equipment costs or course fees and the 24+ loan.

For helpful and friendly advice, you can also contact Student Services on:
T: 01229 825017

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