Equality, Diversity and Inclusion

The college is committed to ensuring that we celebrate the diversity of all our staff, learners and any visitors and that our services provide equality of opportunity to everyone.

Our Equality Objectives build on the work and consultation undertaken to develop the Single equality Scheme and cover all of the protected characteristics, age, sex, race, sexual orientation, gender reassignment, marriage & civil partnership, pregnancy and maternity, religion & belief or lack of belief and disability. If you have learning difficulties, a variety of facilities are provided so you can take part in the full range of College courses.

The college is committed to effectively manage and embed equality, diversity and inclusion. In October 2011 the College signed a pledge to take action to reduce mental health discrimination and stigma as part of ‘Time to Change’.

Disability Statement

The College is committed to providing education and training for all sections of the community. A full copy of the College Disability Statement is available upon request from the Information, Advice, Guidance & Enrolment team.