Type of service:
Post 16 Education Providers
Moulton is an inclusive college where everyone is welcome.
British Sign Language Support:
The following support is provided to students who are deaf and use British Sign Language:
Fully qualified interpreters and CSWs employed directly by the college, teaching and support staff who have undergone deaf awareness training.
There are various courses available, each catering to differing levels of need and ability. Please follow the link to view the course list available.
Apprenticeship programmes provide work based training and development. Apprentices must be employed (for a minimum of 16 hours a week) in the industry represented by the apprenticeship framework. The programmes are delivered by Moulton College in partnership with the employer.
There are various opportunities available for a list and how to apply please see the website:
We are able to support young people with a range of learning difficulties and additional needs, including those with high support needs. We have an excellent team of learning support assistants and lecturers who are experienced in managing and supporting young people with conditions such as; Autism, Asperger’s syndrome, emotional and social difficulties, ADHD, OCD, fragile X, dyslexia, dyspraxia and many more.
The Student Support Team have the responsibility to support all students with any issues other than those which are course related. Good links have been established with social services, local health centres and many other agencies in order to provide you with all the support you could possibly require.
The College Nurses and Counsellor are available each day to provide support and, if required call in specialist help should the need arise.
16 years - 25 years
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