Hull College Disability

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Hull College Disability

Additional Learner Support
Queens Gardens

If helping people is something that you’re passionate about, a career in health and social care could be for you. Caring for people with physical and mental health problems can be highly engaging and rewarding. There’s more to it than just becoming a doctor, dentist or nurse however, with many roles available in all fields from mental health through to rehabilitation and disability services. Our Health and Social Care Study Programmes at Hull College help you to build up relationships with those you are caring for, learning the practical skills that you’ll need to provide the best possible service to those in your care.

Additional Support

Our Student Support doesn’t just apply to courses and financial issues, when you study at Hull College you will also receive the benefit of a Personal Tutor, who will work with you throughout your programme, and help to make sure you stay on target to achieve everything that you want to.

Our Student Coaches, who work alongside the tutors to supplement regular study sessions with group and on-to-one sessions, will also help to identify any vulnerable students and develop joint strategies to support them.

The support available to students with a physical or learning disability has been widely recognised as excellent, and the college has its own specialist team of support workers to provide dedicated support. Our Maxwell Bird building houses a first class facility offering adapted and specialist materials and equipment to assist students with visual or hearing impairments.

Students who may need assistance with English, Maths or Language skills can also gain support from a highly trained team of specialists, and we can assist you right away from the first stage of application and throughout your time with us.

For more information call a member of our team on 01482 381932.