Do you think you need some extra support to succeed at College and during your exams, because of a learning difficulty, disability, medical condition or other learning need?
We can offer support in the following areas:
- Autistic spectrum conditions
- Dyslexia and other specific learning difficulties
- Learning difficulties
- Assistive technologies
- Social and Emotional needs
- Deaf and Hard of hearing
- Exams and One-to-one support
- Medical conditions
- Physical disabilities
- Visual impairments
How we can provide support to you
We have qualified staff who can provide support for you and your tutors throughout your college journey.
All that we ask is that you provide us with evidence of your disability, learning difficulty or medical need. This will help us make sure our service is fair. It also means we have the information we need so we can provide the right support for you.
Students with an Education Health and Care Plan
If you have an Education Health and Care (EHC) Plan, we will work with you to put together a bespoke support plan that will support you in your college journey. This may include strategies for your tutors, exam access arrangements and a range of other support strategies in and out of class, as outlined on your EHC Plan.
Students without an EHCP Plan but with Support Needs
If you don’t have an EHC Plan, but have a diagnosis of SEND or medical needs, then we will put together a bespoke support plan outlining the support you need at college, and if exam access arrangements or assistive technology may benefit you. All other support will be provided by the department you are studying in.
Bradford College Non Medical Helper Rates
See the DSA Rates – (for DSA-funded non-medical helpers) Effective from September 2021.
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For further information on the service we can offer, please watch our subtitled videos below. If you require further information or to obtain information in an alternative format please contact us using the details on this page.
If you have any questions please call us on 01274 088344 or email ALS@bradfordcollege.ac.uk