Students are encouraged to identify and, with guidance, to reflect on their own learning needs and are offered support as appropriate to those needs.
Personal Development Planning (PDP) is a process undertaken by students to reflect upon their own learning, performance and achievement and to plan for their personal, educational and career development. It will enable you to articulate the skills you are developing in order to open up opportunities for the future.
Where specific learning needs are identified (e.g. Where a disability is declared,) the course team will liaise with Student Services to ensure that the requirements of the statement are met.
Students are encouraged to identify and, with guidance, to reflect on their own learning needs and are offered the following support as appropriate to meet those needs:
- A course induction programme
- Induction to learning resources
- Group project briefing sessions for students embarking upon project work, followed by regular meetings with supervisors at which progress is monitored.
- Individual tutorials
- Online resources (Moodle)
- Study skills support
- Student Handbook with information relating to the course, modules, assessment and support
- Access to college resources such as IT facilities and the Library.
- Access to Student Services, including those offered by the careers service, financial; advisers and counselling service