Freedom of information

The Freedom of Information Act 2000 requires all public bodies to promote openness by making information available through a publication scheme.

The scheme describes the information routinely published by the College. This is set out in groups and ‘classes', which indicate the type of information published, how this can be accessed and any associated charges. The College reserves the right to alter its charging policy from time to time.

The purpose of the scheme is to ensure that information is readily available to the general public. Information can be accessed through the College and associated websites or may be paper-based. The College has adopted the Model Publication Scheme for Further Education Colleges, approved by the Information Commissioner.

For more detailed information, you can download our guide to the New Model Publication Scheme by clicking here.

You can also download the Freedom of Information publication scheme - click here.

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Marketing Permissions

Once we have responded to your initial enquiry we would love to keep you informed of other, similar courses you may be interested in via email.

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