Students with disabilities or learning difficulties
Westminster Kingsway College encourages applications from students with disabilities, mental health difficulties or learning difficulties, providing access and a high quality learning experience for all.
For more details about Disability and Mental Health Support, please contact the Disability and Mental Health Team on 020 7832 5266 or text 079 4483 3251.
You can also contact College for further information by calling 0870 060 9800 by sending an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Courses for people with General Learning Disabilities - LDD Programmes
We offer a range of courses for adults with learning difficulties or disabilities at our King’s Cross Centre with programmes leading to accredited qualifications and pathways for independent living, employment and essential skills. To view our LDD programme brochure please click here.
Disability Support and Inclusion
Westminster Kingsway College believes in providing a high quality learning experience for all students, including those with disabilities, mental health difficulties or learning difficulties.
We understand that every person's needs are different and aim to provide support that is most appropriate to the individual. We also understand the importance of confidentiality regarding information that may be disclosed to us.
The support listed below is always offered on a confidential and need-to-know only basis.
In general we offer:
- Pre-entry advice and support
- Advice and support throughout the application, interview and enrolment process
- Specialised assessment of needs before and during the course
- Access to specialist equipment and software
- Loans of specialist equipment including computers
- In-class and one-to-one support
- Exam access arrangements
- Information, advice and awareness training for staff and students
- Support into further and higher education and employment
Our new King's Cross Centre is accessible to suit the needs of all users of the Centre who have mobility difficulties. The College is working to improve physical access at all Centres and will make every effort to accommodate you if you have a mobility difficulty by relocating your classes to accessible rooms where possible.
For Deaf applicants we can help you by arranging for a signer or communicator to interpret at your interview.
Remember to apply early, speak with us about your plans and how we can best support you.
Full details of the service are contained in the College's Disability Statement, which is available by contacting 0870 060 9800 or email@example.com.
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