Regent College offers bespoke study programmes with a range of optional external qualifications.
Regent College is a Section 41 Provider working with a wide range of Local Authorities. Our staff team comprised of highly skilled professionals with a wide range of specialist qualifications. Applicants are accepted throughout the year.
In addition to highly qualified tutors and Learning Support Practitioners the College also provides:
- Specialist Speech and Language Therapist
- Communication Team
- Transition Link Worker
- Travel Trainers
- Makaton Regional Trainer
- College Nurse
- Work Experience/Volunteering Link Workers
- Rebound Therapy Coaches
- Specialist Sport Coaches
- Specialist Behaviour Support
The College works in partnership with a wide range of local providers including:
- Countryside Parks
The College works alongside a range of services to ensure that learners are supported to maximise their potential, including:
- Occupational Therapists
- Community Nurses
- Educational Psychologists
- Epilepsy Nurse Specialists
- Social Workers
- Social Care Teams
- Residential Providers
Learners work on their individual needs, gain confidence and develop vocational, social, life and communication skills by taking part in real-life activities.
At Regent College we encourage the personal development of confidence, communication, self-advocacy, and increased independence including functional skills. Study programmes are designed to ensure that all learners access a wide range of opportunities within our local and extended communities.
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The review at the College was very informative to the parents and I was impressed by the support parents are receiving from Regent College and staff.
Learners gain confidence and develop vocational, social, life and communication skills.
Change can be difficult for learners and their families. We provide high levels of support to maximize opportunities for community based learning.