"As a College we are committed to helping all of our students succeed. We recognise the importance of providing you with high quality teaching, learning and assessment, alongside the specific support you need to achieve your goals.
"Our tutors and the Learning Support team are here to provide you with the support you need to learn successfully and to progress. We will encourage you to discuss your needs and goals, to make sure we support you as effectively as possible. We are proud of the College’s track record in opening up opportunities for students with disabilities and learning difficulties.
"At Harlow College, you can expect to study in an environment that positively encourages equality of opportunity and refuses to tolerate discrimination, in any form. Our Disability Statement affirms our commitment to these principles and provides you with a guide to the support we have available."
Karen Spencer, Principal
View the the full Disability Statement
Harlow College is proud to deliver excellent teaching and learning to young people and adult learners.
We aim to ensure this excellence is also reflected in our relationship with employers. The aim of this Charter is to outline our commitment to you and clearly outline the standard and level of service you can expect from us and what we expect from you as an employer and employee.
View the Employer/Apprenticeship Charter
A Guide to the Publication Scheme, May 2012
Harlow College has adopted the Model Publication Scheme developed for the Further Education sector and approved by the Information Commissioner in October 2008.
This guide has been produced as a requirement of the Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO) and provides a description of the “clauses” or type of information we make available.
The College is committed to addressing workplace barriers to equality and providing all employee’s with equality of opportunity.
Under the Equality Act 2010 (Specific Duties and Public Authorities) Regulations 2017 we are required to report on our Gender Pay Gap.
This involves carrying out six calculations that show the difference between the average earnings of our male and female employees across our organisation, regardless of role or seniority.
The statistics used in these calculations are based on our workforce profile as of 31 March 2017.
We can use these results to assess:
- the levels of gender equality in our workplace
- the balance of male and female employees at different levels
- how effectively talent is being maximised and rewarded
The challenge in our organisation and across Great Britain is to eliminate any gender pay gaps.
Prior to this legislation coming into force, the College examined its pay structure and looked at what measures it could take to narrow its gender pay gap as much as possible. We are pleased to see that this work has resulted in a relatively low mean pay gap, but we recognise that there is further work to be done to reduce the gender pay gap.
1. Policy Statement
Harlow College is committed to growing and diversifying the range of courses it delivers to widen participation, deliver to niche markets, engage in new and emerging markets and meet the regional and local economic development agenda. In order to achieve this, the College has taken the strategic decision to subcontract part of its provision to partner organisations who can demonstrate high quality delivery.
Our commitment to your privacy
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