Supporting you, the Remit way
Our Learning Support & Inclusion team are dedicated to enabling your success.
The Learning Support & Inclusion team are passionate about removing barriers to learning, and help you realise your potential and achieve your learning goals.
We offer support across all Apprenticeship programmes, and will visit and guide you in the workplace, assisting you through all the elements of your course, if needed, including assessments and exams.
This support and guidance is to enable you to access all available opportunities and to have the most positive learning experience whilst with Remit. Whatever learning difficulty or disability you may have, we will endeavour to offer you tailored support to match your individual needs.
We work with our Apprentice Development Coaches, other internal services and external organisations to provide a person-centred approach. The support we offer is reviewed regularly and our aim, where possible, is to enable and guide you towards independence.
As a supportive and inclusive training provider, Remit adhere to the SEND Code of Practice 2014 and is part of the ‘Local Offer’.
From September 2014, Local Authorities, schools and colleges are required to review and present information about services to children and young people from 0 – 25 with Special Educational Needs and Disabilities (SEND). This is called ‘Local Offer’. The intention is for children, young people, carers, parents and professionals to have access to up to date and relevant information regarding services available. We have added our information to the ‘Local Offer’ to increase the opportunities available to you.
You can talk to us about your support needs before you apply, at enrolment or at any time during your Apprenticeship. We’ll be happy to help.
You can contact us on 0115 975 9550 asking for Learning Support and Inclusion or email us at email@example.com
Did you know that 1 in 10 children and young people* are affected by mental health problems? These are often a direct response to what is happening in their personal lives.
Some of the reasons include:
- Relationships problems
- Anxiety due to exams
- Eating disorders
- Cyber bullying.
Have you experienced any of these issues? It is so important that if you are facing mental health challenges you still have the same opportunity to complete your apprenticeship as others.
In conjunction with Remploy, Remit are working to ensure equality of opportunity:
- We can refer you to receive tailored, individual support to help you overcome any mental health challenges that you are facing.
- We are working to change existing perceptions that some employers may have, to ensure that they have a strong understanding of mental health in the workplace and an appreciation of the challenges that you may experience. Through our specialised support we aim to build your confidence and develop your skills
Together, we can work to change the perceptions of mental health in the workplace, by being more open about it.
You can talk to us about your support needs at any time throughout your apprenticeship. Please contact us on:
0115 975 9550 asking for Learning Support and Inclusion or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
*Mental Health Foundation