We work hard to make sure our students are given the support they need to succeed throughout their course.
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At Brighton MET College, we provide you with more than just your chosen qualification. If you’re aged 16-19, you’ll have a specialised study programme. This includes work experience and pastoral support, as well as development of your employability skills. If you haven’t achieved a grade 4 or above in maths and/or English, you’ll also be supported as you work towards this
While at college, you’ll be supported by your pastoral support tutor. Every student, aged 16-19, has a tutor who will provide you with 1:1 support for your personal development. You’ll attend regular interactive workshops, which have been developed to cultivate your knowledge and understanding of the world around you. Topical discussions could include environmental issues, respect and tolerance, health, money management as well as keeping safe online. Your tutor will also be a point of contact for you if you need extra help or have a concern that could be affecting your time at college and will be able to offer information about support services both at college and outside of college..
Your physical and mental wellbeing, as well as your safety, is extremely important. We have the strongest commitment to making sure our students experience a welcoming, safe and secure environment and we have robust policies and procedures in place to safeguard you. Our College Community Support Officer and Welfare Advisors are on-site to help you stay safe, and we have a number of drop-in services offering help and support
Take advantage of a one-to-one careers guidance meeting with one of our advisors. They’ll help you to explore your options and can offer tailored, impartial advice that’s individual to you. The team will also help you to: