There may be times when you will need support and assistance with your studies or with personal issues. The College provides a wealth of services from trained and qualified professionals.
Bath College is committed to promoting and ensuring the safeguarding of all children, young people and vulnerable adults from harm whatever, their age, gender, race, disability, language, religion/belief and/or sexual orientation.
Safeguarding at Bath College is how we help everyone to feel and be physically and emotionally safe. It’s also about how we respond to any incidents of bullying, harm or abuse.
Please use our contact form to contact us anonymously.
Equality & Diversity
At Bath College we are committed to maintaining a respectful community where all of our students and staff can learn develop and grow within a dignified and safe place.
The College has a counselling service for students with a core staff of two experienced counselors.
Our mentors provide practical support tailored to the individual.
Faith and Spirituality
Bath College has a multi faith Chaplaincy representing all faiths and none.
Bath College works in partnership with Virgin Care to provide a College Nurse to all our students.
Additional Learning Support
For students enrolled on courses at Bath College, additional learning support is available in certain subject areas.
Find out all about out LLDD/SEN local offer.
Student Advice Centre
Whatever you need, the Student Advice Centre team can either help you or point you in the right direction.
Student Advice Centre
Information, Advice and Guidance (IAG)
The College achieved the Matrix Standard in February 2016 and the report noted ‘there are cohesive links between advice and support services available for students at the College, including those between personal tutors, careers advisors, staff in Welfare Support and Student Services. These links contribute to learners’ progress towards successful completion and achievement, and all IAG services are well explained in prospectuses, during induction weeks and at tutorials.’
As a student, you can access information, advice and guidance through a structured tutorial programme, for example, help with UCAS applications, job seeking and volunteering opportunities. Careers advice is a part of each course and takes place in various ways, such as work experience, industrial and educational visits, assignment work, tutorials, talks and discussions in class. Our Student Advice Centre staff can give you guidance on all career-related matters or you can book an appointment with one of our Employability Officers to discuss the next steps you can take.
We offer important tutorial support to all our students.