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We have dedicated teams in place to help you at all points in your college journey - from choosing the right course to applying to university or looking for a job.
All you need to do is ask.
The Learning Support Team is available to help students with additional learning needs and those who need additional support due to health issues or a disability.
Whatever your financial situation it's important to know about the different types of funding support available to you whilst studying at college.
Our Learner Advisory Team can help with lots of important decisions throughout your time at College, such as course choices, progressing to University and Career Advice.
Check out our Qualifications Explained guide to help you pick the right level of course to suit you.
Thinking of your next steps after college? Find out more about our articulation links.
Sometimes life can be overwhelming, and we just need that little bit of support.
Forth Valley College Counselling and Well-being Support Service is available for learners who need someone impartial to talk to about your mental and emotional needs.
If you feel you would benefit from Counselling and Well-being support, please email email@example.com
Our service is available on all campuses.
Forth Valley College students also get free access to the online mental health community – Togetherall.
Togetherall is a safe and confidential online platform, accessible 24/7 where you can explore mental health resources and speak to others in the online community. There are also trained practitioners on hand at all times to oversee the forum.
Students can sign up to the platform using their college email address here.
Here at Forth Valley College, the term “care experienced” refers to anyone who has been in care. This care may have been provided in many different settings, such as:
Forth Valley College wants all Care Experienced students, to be successful during their time studying here. We want everyone to gain a place on an appropriate course, learn new skills, gain qualifications, and progress into a positive destination whether that be further education, higher education, training or employment.
Applicants are strongly encouraged to indicate they have been in care via their college online application. This information will allow the Student Services team to contact applicants and ensure they are aware of the wide range of support available pre-entry and on-course.
The support offered is wide and varied and depends on each individual student and what is right for them, but broadly includes:
For students aged 15 to 26, the Time4Me mentoring programme is available to support a small number of students per year. Mentors help the mentees with goal setting, problem solving, resilience and communication. The young people taking part will gain confidence and develop skills which will help them with their studies, career and life goals.
Places are limited, so if you think having a Mentor could help you settle into life at Forth Valley College, please speak to your teacher, Learning Development Facilitator, or a staff member from the Carers Service in the first instance.
If you require further information, please contact the team at firstname.lastname@example.org
Students experiencing issues or a change in circumstances which may impact on their learning can access help from the College's Learner Advisers.
Click here and log in to Moodle to complete a change of circumstances/crisis form. A Learner Adviser will then be in touch to discuss support available.
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