Ways of Working
As a student of the College you will be expected to make a commitment to study in-line with the College’s Ways of Working, which current students and staff strive to put into practice each day.
Concerned? Don’t be! You will receive more information during your induction. Our Ways of Working are embedded into the College Strategy and they have become a common language between staff and students alike. Current students have explored what each of the Ways of Working means to them and they have agreed ‘yes to’ and ‘no to’ behaviours within their tutor groups. You will no doubt have noticed the posters around the College detailing these commitments.
What to expect?
During your induction you will be introduced to these Ways of Working and you will agree ‘yes to’ and ‘no to’ behaviours within your group. You will be able to add your valuable contribution to these behaviours and qualify for your own commitment card.
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