Supporting Our Students

The Manchester College is committed to ensuring all our students receive the support they may need to achieve and enjoy college. We do this in a number of different ways.

  • The college Student Experience Support Workers (SESW) are based on every campus and are there to support learners through their time at college. If they are having difficulties in or out of college, the SESW provide a high level of support through one to ones and relevant referrals to external agencies. The SESW team also provide safeguarding support when needed. You can find out more information on our Student Support pages.

  • Members of our Careers & Welfare Team are based on every campus and can offer help and guidance on many topics including:

    • Course and areer options
    • Student finance
    • Welfare issues

    More detailed information about the roles and services of our Careers & Welfare Team can be found on our Student Support pages.

     

  • Within each curriculum area there is a team of Mentors who can support students if additional support is needed to ensure students reach their full potential.  Support can include setting targets for attendance and punctuality as well as working with students to develop solutions to any challenges they may face throughout their time at college.

  • The Supported Learning team offers a personalised study programme to learners with Special Educational Needs or Disabilities (SEND). If a learner needs a higher level of support, we will work with them to identify their requirements. You can find out more and get in touch with our Supported Learning team.