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Support to Qualify
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As people learn in different ways, many struggle with gaining qualifications in education. There are many other ways you can gain the qualifications, and here you will find what support is out there to help you on your pathway to employment.
Watch the film to understand how to apply for a Disabled Students Allowance (2016-2017)

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Learning Support: South Staffs College
If you choose to study at South Staffordshire College they have a dedicated team to support learners with everything from settling in to help with taking notes and computers with assistive technologies.

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Government supports people who wish to study in higher education or have a placement and they require extra support due to a physical, learning or mental health condition. See the film which explains.

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See what Stafford College offers to support individuals to ensure they have a positive learning experience and are not put at a disadvantage during their studying and exams.

This online forum and support tool has everything from studying GCSE's to writing CV's. It's crammed with information and guidance and posts on everything from careers to studying with a disability.You'll need to join to access all the tools.

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Additional Learning Support
Walsall College has a dedicated Deaf Academy providing excellent level of support to deaf and deafblind learners, helping them get the most out of the programme they are enrolled on. They also have Dyslexia and Visual Impairment Support.

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This UCAS link gives you a list of what to ask to make sure the course is right for you and your needs, and provides a series of useful access friendly films.

This fourteen minute film shows the personal struggles of three disabled students at Brighton University, studying a professional qualification. By reaching out for student support, they turned their learning experience into a success.

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