Further sexual health advice can be accessed online at www.wish-net.co.uk for both young people and adults aged, 11-16, 16-34 and 34+.
For young people on the Isle of Wight aged under 19 a great new web site called “Check it Out” offers confidential and anonymous health advice through information and live chat enabling young people quick and easy access to GP’s and other health professionals through technology and social networks – to find out more visit www.checkitout.iw.org.
Alcohol And Drugs
Do you have issues with drugs or alcohol?
The College work closely with a range of drug and alcohol support organisations. Students can discuss any issues they may be experiencing. An appointment on a one-to-one basis that offer support, guidance and information.
You can phone Student Services on 01983 550581 for further information.
Student Services offer helpful, friendly and supportive advice and guidance and can help with any questions or issues you may have, please contact Student Services to arrange a confidential appointment.
Students With A Disability
If you have any queries regarding College facilities/support for students with disabilities/learning difficulties please contact: Rosie Barnard, Equality & Diversity Manager. Rosie will support you to access members of the college team who can help you with all matters to do with support for students, both full and part-time. She will be available to discuss with students with disabilities and/or learning difficulties any issues relating to access to College, admission and/or courses of study, individual needs, such as support in or out of class.
To help students with disabilities/learning difficulties succeed on their chosen courses The Isle of Wight College will make sure you:
- Receive guidance and support from experienced staff in course selection
- Receive, where appropriate, individual support in and/or outside class
- Are encouraged to develop your self-esteem, independence and assertiveness skills
It is The Isle of Wight College’s aim to encourage the participation of students:
- With physical disabilities
- With sensory impairments such as visual or hearing difficulties
- With learning difficulties and disabilities
- With mental health problems
- With any other disabilities as defined by the Disability Discrimination Act
This means that The Isle of Wight College is committed to offering educational opportunities to a wide range of students/clients and to offering the advice and support necessary for people with disabilities/learning difficulties to join the courses they wish to study and to succeed on them. Students who have a disability are welcome to call Student Services to discuss their individual needs on (01983) 550657.