The Learning Support Team at West Cheshire College can provide practical help and support during your time at College. The team can also test for and diagnose certain conditions that may restrict your learning and put in place remedies and practical solutions to help you to succeed at College.
Services available include:
The counselling service is available to West Cheshire College students who need to talk about something in confidence. Sometimes you may be looking for a solution to a problem or you feel there may be no answers, but it can still help to talk things through anyway.
Counselling is not about someone telling you what to do. It's about valuing your own capacity to make choices and changes, and offers a time and place to fully explore your options in an open and honest way.
For more information contact Bob McDonald on: 07887 557 892.
We can support learners with additional needs to assist them while they are on a College course.
West Cheshire College strives to comply with the requirements of the Single Equality Policy. If you have an additional need, please let us know about your specific requirements so that we can make all reasonable adjustments to help you succeed.
We have team of specialists who can provide specialist advice and support for learners with:
- Autistic Spectrum Disorder
- Challenging behaviour
- Hearing difficulties
- Irlen Syndrome
- Learning difficulties
- Mental health/wellbeing Issues
- Physical disabilities
- Visual impairments
For further information call: 01244 656151/401
Be Safe Team
The College takes the safety and security of its students very seriously and to support students the College has a team of staff who are available to help with any health and well-being concerns they may have. We have a dedicated Respect Team, and College Counsellor, who are available to students who wish to talk through any concerns they may have on a confidential basis.
West Cheshire College recognises its responsibility to safeguard and promote the welfare and well-being of all its students and expects staff and volunteers to do the same.