SUPPORT AND GUIDANCE

This page offers support for parents, potential students
and current students

Support for Students

Student Charter – We expect our students to:

  • Attend every class
  • Show respect to their tutors and peers
  • Adhere to Health & Safety regulations and policies in college and at site
  • Be dedicated and committed to working hard- putting in 100% of effort from the very beginning of their programme
  • Communicate with our team if they have any issues

We monitor and review attendance, behaviour and performance of all students regularly. We will inform your parents / employer of your absence to ensure that you are safe. Our staff will review your progress through your Individual Learning Plan and support you to achieve your targets.

We can support you in the following areas:

  • Support to help you keep up with your work
  • Support with personal issues
  • Support and guidance with family issues & childcare
  • Support with time management
  • Support with any additional learning needs
  • Support if you have any special educational needs, difficulties or disabilities (SEND)
  • Guidance and signposting on financial issues
  • Guidance and signposting on substance abuse

You can access more information on our Students FAQ page

If you do have any concerns, please contact Jenna on 0151 666 6590.

Support for Parents

At The Engineering College, we treat your son/daughter as a young adult, and have expectations from them (listed in the Student Charter). In return, we provide them with an opportunity to learn from a team of experienced engineering tutors and develop skills for a long-term career in the engineering industry.

We value the relationship we have with our students, employers, parents, carers and guardians, particularly the parents / carers and guardians of students aged 16-18 years old. We actively encourage parents to get in touch if any enquiries or issues arise over the duration of the programme.

You can access more information on our Parents FAQ page

If you do have any concerns, please contact Jenna on 0151 666 6590.

Key Documents and Information

If you have any concerns or would like more information on the support available to students at The Engineering College, please speak to Jenna Armour, at j.armour@theengineeringcollege.co.uk or 0151 666 6590

Safeguarding Students

The health, well-being and safety of our students is very important to the whole team at The Engineering College. Alongside, adhering to Health and Safety requirements and law, we have a duty of care to ensure that you are safeguarded, and that there is a zero tolerance to substance abuse and bullying.

Your safeguarding officer is Jenna Armour.

Term Dates and Open Days

Term Dates

The college will be closed on the following dates, for all students:

  • Easter – Friday 30th March (Good Friday) – Friday 06th April 2018
  • Learners will return on Monday 09th April 2018
  • Whitsun Week – Monday 28th May – Friday 01st June 2018
  • Learners will return on Monday 04th June 2018

Open Day

There are currently no Open Days planned until October 2018.

More details to follow.

Your Privacy under the DPA and GDPR

Your Privacy

Our Privacy Policy is available to view on our Policies Page

Our Data Protection Team

As a business, not required to appoint a DPO (Data Protection Officer) or DPM (Data Protection Manager) against requirements set under EU GDPR law, we operate instead with a Data Protection Team to ensure clear communication between data subjects and our team.

This team includes employees in the following roles: Chief Executive, Finance Manager, HR Manager, MIS (Management of Information Systems) and Contracts Manager and Marketing.

To make a Data Protection / GDPR related enquiry, please contact our team at enquiries@theengineeringcollege.co.uk or call 0151 666 1028 for the Data Protection Team.

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