Welcome to Student Services. We're here to help on any issues you may face when thinking of studying with us, or during your time here as a student.

Attendance Monitoring

If you can't make it in - let us know! You can call, text or email us and we will make sure your tutor is made aware. Please leave your full name, Roll number and the reason you will be absent.

Call: 01733 313438         Email: attendance@wolc.org.uk         Text: 07515124365        

Safeguarding & Welfare Advice

We want to provide a safe and supportive environment for all of the learners who use our college and we are legally obliged to do so. This page has been set up to help you easily find relevant information on safeguarding.

We want to protect you by helping you protect yourself so make sure you are familiar with the safeguarding guidance promoted by the College and behave in line with it.

Every person who comes into our College is important. Therefore we want to ensure that what you say is listened to and that you feel safe, respected and treated well. If you are unhappy, worried or frightened about anything that happens during your time at College, or in your personal life we want to help you.College staff is available to speak to you during normal College opening hours.

Our Welfare Adviser offers support with personal and course related issues or worries that might have a negative impact on your study. Our Welfare Adviser is here to listen to you and will work with you in a non-judgemental, accepting way. The Welfare Adviser will endeavour to support you with any issues you have or make a referral on your behalf to other professionals.

Contact details for advice:

  • Mrs Sukhvinder singh ( General Manager): 01733313438 or email: sukhvinder@wolc.org.uk
  • Ms Shazia Bashir ( Student support Manager): 01733313438 or email: shazia@wolc.org.uk

Learning Support Service

We welcome the introduction of the Equality Act 2010, and we are committed to meeting all of its requirements.

Our student Support Manager is available to discuss individual requirements for those who have additional needs. Our Disability Statement will help you to make an informed decision about choosing to study here. You will be assessed on your academic ability for the course you wish to study.

We can offer:

  • Individualised and tailor made student support, in and out of class
  • Assistance through the use of a range of specialist equipment
  • Advice and assistance with access, resources and materials
  • Liaison with parents and carers, schools and external support agencies
  • Support with personal care

Specific Learning Difficulties

Specialist staff can provide advice and support if you have a specific learning difficulty.

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