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Student Welfare

Staff at WE are dedicated to provide support to students with any issues or worries they may have whilst they are studying with us. We help students to meet their needs and enhance the well being so that they enjoy their time with us. Our counsellors will also help and advise you on your studies.


Computer Facilities

A number of computers with internet are made available to learners for up to 30 minutes. Learners have to book computers if they want to use them for a longer period. The computer laboratory is equipped with required hardware and software. As the field of computing advances, we continually upgrade our computing equipment to help ensure that our learners are familiar with the latest technologies available.


Policies & Procedures

Click here for policies and procedures.

For further details on policies and procedures, please contact our operations department on


Registering with the National Health Services (NHS) GP

If not already registered, you will be issued with a NHS introductory letter which will allow you to register with a local GP (General Practitioner) who will register you under the UK NHS care scheme, for further information, pleae visit:



If required, you will also be issued with the bank introductory letter which will enable you to open a bank account.



The college does not provide accommodation for students. However, we can provide contacts for local estate agents or contact them on your behalf.


Guidance on Online Resources

Guidance is given to the learners during induction got resources available online. The college aims to extend its resources for the learners and would be more than happy to listen to learners’ suggestion in terms of improvement of resources.


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The college has a zero tolerance policy on bullying.Our welfare officers are there to ensure that you have a supportive, caring and safe environment, without fear of being bullied.

If you are being bullied, there are a quite few things that you could do.

  • Calmly tell the student to stop…or say nothing and then walk away.
  • Use humor, if this is easy for you to do. (For example, if a student makes fun of your clothing, laugh and say, “Yeah, I think this shirt is kind of funny-looking, too.”)
  • Try to avoid situations in which bullying is likely to happen. You might want to
  • Avoid areas of the school where there are not many students or teachers around.
  • Make sure you aren’t alone in the bathroom or locker room.
  • If you are travelling, sit near the front of the bus.
  • Don’t bring expensive things or lots of money to school.
  • Sit with a group of friends at lunch.
  • Take a different route through hallways or walk with friends or a teacher to your classes.
Please see our anti bullying policy for further details.

Complaints & Suggestions

The college has complaints policy that can be obtained from the operations team. You can view the brief procedure by clicking here. However, our student support officer/s will be able to help you in this regard as well. Alternatively, you can launch the complaint through the complaints form or the contact form.


Student Feedback

To give feedback on our services, kindly click here.

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