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Before you become a student at the CNWL Recover & Wellbeing College
Do everything we can to assist you to access our courses including making reasonable adjustments where possible
Deal with your enquiries in an efficient, professional and friendly manner
Provide information, guidance and advice on courses.
Use the enrolment form to tell us about any difficulty which may make it harder for you to access our courses. This will give us the opportunity to make adjustments and explore whether you need any additional learning support
Give us the relevant information that we need to enrol you.
Throughout your time at the CNWL Recovery & Wellbeing College
Make every attempt to make sure the learning is accessible to you
Meet your specific access needs with respect to mental health, learning difficulty or physical disability as long as you tell us about these issues in advance
Provide you with a warm and professional welcome at all times
Make sure courses are of a high quality and promote hope, opportunity and control
Support you to review your progress and discuss your next steps
Provide a safe and healthy study environment
Provide an environment free from discrimination
Respect your personal beliefs, life choices, religious and cultural practices and traditions
Give you the opportunity to express your views of the college and its services without fear of recrimination.
Attend courses punctually; if you are running late or are no longer able to attend please contact us by phone or email. If you have difficulty arriving on time due to mental health or physical health problems please tell us about this on your enrolment form so we can support you
Be considerate of all students, college staff and others working on a college site by observing the CNWL Recovery and Wellbeing College code of conduct
Make the most of your student experience and your course
Follow the college’s policies and procedures
Respect the individual rights of all members of the college
Ask us for any clarification if you are not sure about anything.