The Isle of Wight College believes in the principle of freedom from discrimination for everyone, regardless of their age, disability, ethnic or national origins, gender, sexual orientation, marital or civil partnership status, social or religious background, or of being part of any other group which may have experienced discrimination.

  • All sections of the community are invited to apply to the College
  • The Isle of Wight College is a Blue Badge friendly site.

ACCESSING FURTHER EDUCATION AT THE COLLEGE

The college is committed to helping students succeed whatever their background or support needs. We will ensure that you are treated fairly and we will do all that we can to make sure that your learning journey at the college is successful, enabling you to achieve and reach your full potential. Please let us know what you need so that we can make reasonable adjustments to support your success.

We will provide, wherever possible, as wide a range of opportunities and support for students who have disabilities and/or learning difficulties and have a commitment to encourage them to join ‘mainstream’ groups wherever appropriate. The College has the facilities and is happy to produce learning materials in a variety of formats where necessary. It can, if appropriate, provide a range of equipment to help students learn and additional support is available within the classroom or workshop environment if required.

For further details, or information on how the College can help please contact us or telephone: (01983) 535210.

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The Isle of Wight College believes in the principle of freedom from discrimination for everyone, regardless of their age, disability, ethnic or national origins, gender, sexual orientation, marital or civil partnership status, social or religious background, or of being part of any other group which may have experienced discrimination.

  • All sections of the community are invited to apply to the College
  • The Isle of Wight College is a Blue Badge friendly site.

ACCESSING FURTHER EDUCATION AT THE COLLEGE

The college is committed to helping students succeed whatever their background or support needs. We will ensure that you are treated fairly and we will do all that we can to make sure that your learning journey at the college is successful, enabling you to achieve and reach your full potential. Please let us know what you need so that we can make reasonable adjustments to support your success.

We will provide, wherever possible, as wide a range of opportunities and support for students who have disabilities and/or learning difficulties and have a commitment to encourage them to join ‘mainstream’ groups wherever appropriate. The College has the facilities and is happy to produce learning materials in a variety of formats where necessary. It can, if appropriate, provide a range of equipment to help students learn and additional support is available within the classroom or workshop environment if required.

For further details, or information on how the College can help please contact us or telephone: (01983) 535210.

Equality image iwcollege

The Isle of Wight College believes in the principle of freedom from discrimination for everyone, regardless of their age, disability, ethnic or national origins, gender, sexual orientation, marital or civil partnership status, social or religious background, or of being part of any other group which may have experienced discrimination.

  • All sections of the community are invited to apply to the College
  • The Isle of Wight College is a Blue Badge friendly site.

ACCESSING FURTHER EDUCATION AT THE COLLEGE

The college is committed to helping students succeed whatever their background or support needs. We will ensure that you are treated fairly and we will do all that we can to make sure that your learning journey at the college is successful, enabling you to achieve and reach your full potential. Please let us know what you need so that we can make reasonable adjustments to support your success.

We will provide, wherever possible, as wide a range of opportunities and support for students who have disabilities and/or learning difficulties and have a commitment to encourage them to join ‘mainstream’ groups wherever appropriate. The College has the facilities and is happy to produce learning materials in a variety of formats where necessary. It can, if appropriate, provide a range of equipment to help students learn and additional support is available within the classroom or workshop environment if required.

For further details, or information on how the College can help please contact us or telephone: (01983) 535210.

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Pride month

June Open Evening

When
26/06/24, 16:00 - 19:00
Where
Isle of Wight College