Learning Support is available for students of all ages with identified needs. Identified students who disclose a support need are individually interviewed to assess their needs and the level/type of support or tutoring required.
We recognise our duty of care to students and the wellbeing of our students is paramount at all times. Safeguarding Officers provide support to any learner who may be facing adversity.
Course Fees for Adults
Some of our courses for adults are either free of charge or are available for fee remission, which means that if you are eligible you’re won't need to pay any course fees. The saving applies to both the course and exam fees but is only relevent to specific courses. Visit our course fees page to check your eligibility.
When you complete the Southport College application form you will be asked to state any support needs. After you have submitted your form, we will contact you to discuss your needs. You can also tell us about your support needs as you enrol for your chosen course. You can speak to us at any time during the application process; contact the Student Hub on 01704 392704 who will be able to help you with your enquiry or refer you to an appropriate member of staff.
How do I apply for the 19+ Bursary?
You will need to complete the 19+ Bursary Form and return it to us at College. If you would like to discuss your eligibility please contact the Student Hub on 01704 392704.
Who can I talk to about support at College?
Our Student Hub team can explain all of the support available at Southport College and can also refer you to any of the other support teams if required.