Providing education and training to Plymouth, Devon, Cornwall and the wider community
Tel: 01752 305300
The College strives to ensure that all its students receive support, fair treatment and can work without fear of unfair discrimination. As a new or returning student we want you to feel welcome and comfortable here at College. We want you to learn and achieve your qualifications. To do so you need to know that you will be treated fairly and with respect. Then you can concentrate on your studies and will be supported to do so. At the same time we expect you to treat other people well. We want each student to settle in and feel a valued part of the College.
Please look at the sections "Learning Support" to see what extra help and support we can provide.
Helping you with your studies if you have difficulties or disablities
Do you want to come to College and think you might need help to study? This guide may give you the answers.
Our College has joined DisabledGo. DisabledGo is an award-winning disability organisation providing free detailed access information to locations and venues for disabled people across UK and Ireland.
We have developed good practice in supporting students who are parents to be or new parents. Please contact our Student Liaison Officer if you would like more information.
Telephone: 01752 305300
Our multi-faith Chaplaincy team is available to all, and offers support to students of any faith or none. The team offers moral and spiritual support, links to places of worship, information about faith and spiritual events, and quiet rooms at the Kings Road and Goschen centres.
The Equality Act 2010 gives protection from unfair discrimination. The Act identifies nine protected charactersitics, age, disability, gender, gender identity, preganancy and maternity, race, religion and philosophical beliefs, sexual orientation and marriage and civil partnerships. The Act has introduced an equality duty which acts across the protected characteristics and requires us to:
In addition the equality duties require us to:
Our College has a strategic level Equality and Diversity Committee with Governor and student representation and several equality and diversity focus groups to develop and share good practice.
We have developed Equality Objectives and an underpinning Equality and Diversity Action Plan which cover all the protected characteristics. The Equality Objectives were developed after consultation with our students, staff and Governors and analysis of our eqality performance. The Action Plan conatains actions for all College faculties and teams and will ensure that the promotion of equality and divestriy and elimination of unfair discrimination and harassment are embedded in all our practices. It reflects our approach of responsibility for equality and diversity belonging to everyone in our community.
The Equality Objectives and Equality and Diversity Annual Report, giving analysis of our equality and divesity data and perfomance, are published on this page.
If you would like any further information please contact our Equality and Diversity Coordinator:
Telephone: 01752 305300