Norland College offers its students a small and supportive environment. This means that teaching groups on the BA (Hons) course are kept small, a maximum of 24, allowing students to ask questions and hold discussions during lectures as a whole group.
Norland’s size also means that we are able to offer students a high level of support. Each student is allocated a personal tutor who is available for support and advice for any college related or personal problem they may encounter.
The college's Student Support Officer is available to give one to one study support to all students as well as those with a specific learning difficulty. The Student Support Officer provides drop-in sessions two evenings a week enabling students to access study support and guidance at any point during their course.
For those students in receipt of, Non-Medical Helper's (NMH) Allowances, additional support is provided by our preferred supplier, .
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Norland’s support doesn’t stop once you leave college, lifelong support throughout your career is offered through. They can support you in finding new positions and offer a wide range of 1 day courses to allow you to update and maintain your knowledge and skills once you are a qualified Norland Nanny.