Our vision is to be a strong independent College characterised by a clarity of purpose to be outstanding in everything we do and become renowned for the creative and innovative way through which we deliver learning.
We are so much more than a college
Speak to any of our students and they will tell you that college life doesn’t just mean achieving a new qualification. There is so much more on offer at Ealing, Hammersmith & West London College. Study with us and you can be sure that you will gain a whole range of skills and experiences that will prepare you for the next step, whether that is progressing within education or employment. Our mainstream offer is significant and provides opportunities for individuals to access vocational and academic subjects with the knowledge that our Additional Learning Support and Disability Support services are accessible to all that require them. There is published guidance relating to entry criteria for all courses offered at EHWLC.
What does the college curriculum look like?
The college offers a range of courses which includes:
- Inclusive Learning - discrete programmes for individuals with SEND aged 16-25
- Level 1/Level 2 Vocational Studies in a range of Industry Sectors
- Level 2 BTEC courses
- GCSE Improvement packages
- Level 3 AS and A2 courses • Level 3 BTEC courses
Please see our website for further details.
The Inclusive Learning Department at Ealing, Hammersmith & West London College (EHWLC) has developed a curriculum that recognises and responds to the diverse needs of the communities that we serve. We work closely with a number of national and local stakeholders to ensure that our provision is current and appropriate to ensure that every individual achieves their full potential.
The staff team at EHWLC have considerable experience and an enthusiasm to support positive outcomes for all students. Within Inclusive Learning we participate in regular staff development and training to ensure that our strategies are informed by best practice in the sector. We collaborate with leading organisations that support specific learning difficulties and disabilities; these include Ambitious about Autism, Scope, Remploy, Action on Disability and Mencap.
We believe that every individual should be supported to achieve realistic aspirations and that their learning will be robustly planned, monitored and recorded to evidence learner centred outcomes. Our learning environments provide access to real life experiences that develop confidence, communication and independence; which will support individuals to positively progress as adults that are independent and in most cases can access the world of work.