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Help and Support
From your initial enquiry until you leave the college, we will give you all the advice, guidance and support you need to ensure that your time at West Thames College is happy, safe and successful.
The Information Centre can also arrange:
All full-time students have a student learning adviser, who will meet with you regularly to monitor progress and assist with any issues. You will also have access to specialist teachers, who will:
Contact the Information Centre to book an initial assessment with the Inclusion and Progression team.
Access a range of online services and resources to help you with your studies. It is also a quiet place to study and to use a computer.
We will take all reasonable steps to ensure that the college facilities are accessible to you and that your learning and support needs are met.
Our team of independent careers advisers will help you make the right decision for your future and identify the skills you need to succeed.
Talk through problems in complete confidence with a professional counsellor.
Our financial adviser will give you practical advice and help with loans and bursaries
Our Student Experience and Security teams help to create a safe, welcoming and friendly college environment for everyone to enjoy. You can talk to a safeguarding officer at any time if you have concerns about your safety or wellbeing.
* Based on overall performance for students aged 16-18 across all levels in 2018-19
If you have already applied for a September 2020 course, you would have already been invited to enrolment.
If you haven’t applied to West Thames College, please come into the college from Friday 21st August (16-18 year olds) or from Monday 24th August (for Adults aged 19+).
If you prefer to enrol with us remotely, please phone us on 0208 326 2000