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Colleges and Further Education

Beaumont College

Offers person-centred education programmes for students in Lancaster, Carlisle, Barrow and Blackpool.

Birtenshaw College

Provides specialist further education for young people aged between 16 and 25 with physical disability, including complex health needs and/or learning disability, including Autism Spectrum Conditions.

Craegmoor Colleges

A guide to three specialist colleges for young people aged 16-25 with learning difficulties or disabilities, challenging behaviour and complex needs including autism/ASC.

Doncaster College for the Deaf

Offers education and training for deaf and hearing-impaired young people and adults. Includes details of courses and vocational programmes, college life, news, and how to apply.

Finchale Training College

A national specialist college near Durham, providing customised programmes of vocational rehabilitation for disabled adults. Includes details of courses, residential accommodation, and support services; also describes their role in teacher training.

New College Worcester

A residential school and college for the blind and partially sighted aged 11 to 19. Provides an audio prospectus with course details and how to apply.

Portland College

A national college providing education and vocational training for people aged 16 upwards, with a wide range of disabilities. Offers a prospectus, information about facilities, and a guide to studying. Based in Mansfield, Nottinghamshire.

Queen Alexandra College

A national college in Birmingham for people aged 16+ with visual impairment and other disabilities. Describe their courses and facilities, student support services, and commercial enterprises.

Queen Elizabeth’s Foundation College

Provides training for sustainable employment for adults with disabilities; includes details of courses, eligibility and how to apply, services and contacts. Based in Surrey.

RNIB College Loughborough

A specialist college for people who are blind, partially sighted and/or have other disabilities; offers in-house and supported programmes in a mainstream partner college next door.

The Royal National College for the Blind

A college and training centre for people aged 16+ that are blind or partially sighted. Also considers fully sighted learners with other disabilities.

Ruskin Mill Education Trust

Operates three independent specialist colleges for young people aged 16-25 with complex learning and behavioural difficulties, offering day and residential practical skills therapeutic education.

Ruskin Mill Trust

Offers practical skills therapeutic education for young people and children with complex learning and behavioural difficulties in three specialist colleges and a specialist school.

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