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The 16 to 19 tuition fund is ring-fenced funding for schools, colleges and other 16 to 19 providers to mitigate the disruption to learning and address the potential attainment gap caused by the COVID-19 pandemic.
Read our 16 to 19 tuition fund statement here for 2021 /22.
Read our Access and Participation Statement here.
Read our careers policy here.
Read our Complaints Policy and Procedure here.
Risk Assessment COVID-19 – Safe Return September 2020
Read our CPL Policy and Procedure here.
The college wishes to ensure that it complies with the requirements of the Disability Discrimination Act (DDA Part 5). BCoT is therefore committed to ensuring that people with disabilities, including those with learning difficulties, are treated fairly. All reasonable adjustments to provision will be made to ensure that students and other people with disabilities are not substantially disadvantaged. If you have a disability please ensure that we know what you need so that we can make all reasonable adjustments to help you succeed.
Students with Physical Disabilities - The college will make arrangements, wherever possible, to accommodate students' physical disabilities by moving classes to ground floor locations, and purchasing or hiring specialist equipment to support individual students' needs.Students with a Visual Impairment - Adaptation of materials can be arranged. College information featured in the Basingstoke Gazette is included in 'Talking Newspapers for the Blind'.Students with a Hearing Impairment - The reception desk has an induction loop. A minicom service is also available by calling 01256 841627.
Students with Dyslexia - Students with dyslexia who hold an education psychologist report can apply for extra exam time. Please consult your tutor.
BCoT is committed to ensuring that all students gain employability skills to enable them to enter graduate level jobs and pursue the careers of their choice.
Career planning opportunities provided include Tutorial and Careers' Adviser guidance in potential job opportunities and application processes including CV writing, mock interviews by employers in workplace environments and assistance from the Aim Higher team from the University of Winchester.
Work Experience and placements students on most part-time programmes are also employed in relevant industries. Students on some programmes undertake vacation employment or placements in industry. Students on Sport courses are involved in coaching in schools and youth organisations.
Being involved with volunteering is another way to improve employability skills, as well as enhancing CVs, achieving personal development, and making a difference within the local community.
Before we approve a course staff have to demonstrate that they will provide students with employability skills. Most of our lecturers have also worked in industry and are able to make sure studies prepare students for the world of work. Our vocational courses are accredited by the relevant professional bodies.
Support for Development of Employability within courses include: Workplace research projects using corporate documentation and statistics, Live design projects, Promotional skills are encouraged by entry into competitions organised by industry and exhibiting skills are developed for example through Creation of final collection leading to catwalk show and exhibiting at New Designers.
At BCoT, all students have the opportunity to improve their learning, personal and professional skills by following an individual learning plan.
Read our Energy and Carbon Reporting for 2020-21 here.
Equality and Diversity Objectives 2020-2024:
Everyone working for and studying at BCoT will promote our values of equality, diversity and inclusion and this will underpin everything the College does.
We will review achievement disparities between different groups, action support processes so that these individuals can achieve their full potential, and provide information and guidance to colleagues to support this.
The College will recruit and maintain a staff and student population which is reflective of the local and wider community.
The College's vision and values for equality, diversity and inclusion will be communicated to all stakeholders.
All staff will be supported through training and development to advance the College's values.
Click here to read our Equality and Diversity 2019-2020 Report
Please click on the items below to see the following:
Read our Freedom of Speech Code of Practice here.
Gender pay reporting legislation requires employers with 250 or more employees to publish statutory calculations every year showing how large the pay gap is between their male and female employees.
Download our 2021 Gender Pay Gap Report.
Download our 2020 Gender Pay Gap Report.
Download our 2019 Gender Pay Gap Report.
Download our 2018 Gender Pay Gap Report.
Download our 2017 Gender Pay Gap Report.
Read our Health and Safety Policy Statement here.
Read our Higher Education Refund and Compensation Policy here.
Our ambition is for BCoT to be an anti-racism college and a catalyst for change.
To find out about our commitments and values to drive positive change, please see our Race at Work webpage here.
Read our Remote Education Offer 2020/21 here.
Safeguarding Annex – COVID-19
Our Strategic Vision for 2021 to 2025
We have set ourselves challenging targets that demonstrate our commitment to making BCoT the best Further Education College in the country.
You can read the full Strategic Plan here.
Read our student protection plan here.
Read our Sub Contractor Fees and Charges Policy here.
Read our Terms and Conditions for Higher Education Students here.
Read our Transfer arrangements for HE students here.
Terms and conditions for students (Except HE)
Read our Whistleblowing Policy and Procedure here.
Tel: 01256 354141