For information on the following key college documents relating to our policies and plans, click on the attachments below.
Academic Appeals Procedure – This procedure is for learner’s use if they wish to appeal assessment outcomes or progression judgements made by tutors.
Admissions Policy – This policy outlines the College’s criterion and processes for the admittance of students, ensuring that applicants are able to make informed and appropriate course choices.
Anti Bullying Policy – The College believes that bullying is unacceptable and should not be tolerated.
Assessment Malpractice Policy – Set out the rights and responsibilities, with regard to malpractice of the learner, the centre and the awarding bodies.
Careers Advice And Guidance Policy – This purpose of this policy is to provide an impartial guidance service.
Complaints Policy – This policy covers complaints from students, parents, employers and members of the public.
Data Access Protection Guidance – This is designed to provide guidance on specific issues regarding to data access and protection.
Estyn Inspection Report
Equality Disability Statement – This sets out the way in which the College will support students with learning difficulties and/or disabilities.
Equality & Diversity Report – This report sets out the College’s commitment to equality and diversity and the positive action that is being taken to promote opportunity for all.
Equality Strategic Plan 2015-18 – The overall aim of the new equality duty is to ensure that equality is mainstreamed into our work, and that this in turn should result in more appropriately delivered services and outcomes taking into account individuals backgrounds.
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Examinations Guidance – This policy covers all forms of internal and externally assessed examinations and testing administered by the College.
Fees Guidance Notes – This outlines the approach to the charging of tuition and associated fees to students and users of College services.
Fitness to Study Policy – Fitness to study relates to an individual’s capacity to engage satisfactorily as a student, including in relation to academic matters and life generally at the College.
Financial Accounts 2014-15 – The College financial statements.
Freedom of Information Publication Scheme – This document provides details of the publication scheme adopted at Pembrokeshire College in order to fulfil its obligations under the Freedom of Information Act 2000.
Health & Safety Policy – Statement of Intent.
Health and Wellbeing Policy – The College will make the health and well being of our learners an integral part of college life.
Internal Assessment, Moderation & Verification Policy – This document has been produced not only as a statement of policy, but also as a guide to internal quality assurance systems and procedures
Learner Coach Strategy – Learning Coach Support is defined by the Welsh Assembly Government as ‘the support that learners can expect with the learning related aspects of their chosen Pathway and focuses on maximising the young person’s ability to learn and to help their motivation to remain in learning, and to achieve qualifications in either or both academic and vocational areas.’
Learner Involvement Strategy – This strategy focuses, as is required by Article 12 of the United Nations Convention, on the Rights of the Child. This sets out the right of children and young people to express an opinion and to have that opinion taken into account on any matter that affects them.
Learner Support Policy – This Policy will ensure that all students and staff are aware of the nature, extent, purpose and location of all the services and facilities that we provide and how students can best access and benefit from their provision.
Learning Teaching Strategy – committed to providing its students with a first class learning and teaching experience.
Poverty Action Plan – Our key objectives as detailed in our Poverty Strategy and the steps we are taking or intend to take to meet them.
Poverty Strategy – We are committed to providing support for our learners to reduce the impact of poverty on educational achievement.
Quality Assurance – This policy seeks to build a quality assurance model which will deliver significant, sustained and widespread improvement in learner experiences, programme performance and puts aspiration at the heart of the process.
Recognition of Prior Learning – Recognition of Prior learning (RPL) is a method of assessment (leading to the award of a qualification) that considers whether the learner can demonstrate that they can meet the assessment requirements.
Records and Archive Management Policy – This policy is to enable easy access to all the College’s archived records and to ensure that it is able to discharge its responsibility under relevant legislation.
Safeguarding Policy – The College’s Safeguarding Policy recognises the College’s duty of care to safeguard our learning community and to ensure that within the College setting safeguarding is recognised as everyone’s business and a core responsibility.
Student Attendance and Withdrawal Policy – The aims of this Policy are, to enable all absences to be fairly and consistently dealt with at Pembrokeshire College. As well as to monitor and improve the attendance of all students.
Student Disciplinary Policy – The purpose of this policy is to provide an appropriate behavioural and academic Disciplinary Policy recognising the need to provide fair and appropriate guidance in relation to student discipline.
Student Financial Support Policy – Pembrokeshire College’s Student Financial Support Policy aims to provide an overarching procedure with regard to the College’s financial support of students who are entitled / eligible to access assistance.
Substance Misuse Policy – The purpose of this policy is to contribute towards the College’s aim to provide a safe and secure environment for its learners and staff.
Sustainability Report – This reports sets out to review the College’s progress in managing its environmental aspects and impacts since achieving Level 5 Green Dragon.
Student Transport Policy – This sets out the entitlement of students to have funded transport to and from College.
Transport Information – This gives the details of who is entitled to free and reduced transport costs and the costs involved.
Travel Insurance Policy – A summary of what our insurance covers and does not cover for overseas educational visits.
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Welsh Language Scheme – The College has adopted the principle that in the conduct of public business in Wales it will treat the English and Welsh Language on the basis of equality.