Wellbeing and support
Read about some of the ways we offer support to our students at ɫɫӰԺ, including health, learning and wellbeing support.
Specific learning difficulties such as Dyslexia or Dyspraxia
Mental health conditions
Sensory or physical disabilities
Chronic or acute medical conditions
Providing mechanical or electronic aids
Modifying the way your learning materials are presented
Giving you alternative ways of completing learning activities
Providing access facilitators
In order to provide an innovative, enhanced, flexible and 24/7 service for students we have launched the new service – your new wellbeing and Student Assistance Programme.
As well as a confidential, in-the-moment support service and counselling referrals, offers lots of extra wellbeing tools including fitness plans, recipes, eLearning content and more.
Please click for information on the support they can provide.
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You’ll have your own personal tutor and meet with them regularly for pastoral support and to discuss your progress each term.
You don’t have to wait for a formal meeting to get support - we have an open-door policy, which means you can ask to talk to your personal tutor, programme leader or Student Services at any time. Just ask!
We also monitor attendance very closely, as it’s vital to your success. We want to make sure we’re there to help, if you have any problems. So, we’ll be in touch if you’ve been absent, and if you miss more than a couple of classes, we’ll arrange to meet and talk things through.
We're committed to equality of opportunity and encourage applications from as diverse range of applicants as possible. We comply with the Equality Act 2010 and the amendments to the Act.
When you're offered a place to study with us, we'll invite you to discuss any additional needs and support you may need to complete your course. Additional learning needs can arise from a range of conditions including:
If appropriate, we’ll provide you with additional learning support throughout your studies. For example:
Please feel free to get in touch with us to discuss your needs, even if your condition falls outside the categories above.
On our OLE you’ll discover a range of study materials to support your learning. Resources include module information, video tutorials, technical support and helpful guidance.
You’ll have full access to our online library 24/7, including thousands of ejournals and over 400,000 ebooks! The materials you’ll need for each topic are included in your online learning modules, so you’ll know exactly what’s coming up and how to prepare for each one.
If you have a disability, you may be entitled to claim Disabled Students' Allowance (DSA). Make sure you do this as early as possible, as it can take some time for applications to be approved. .