The College offers a number of free information, advice and guidance services on learning, work and progression. You can access them by email, telephone, or in person, either for quick queries or to book an individual appointment.
Course information is available online from our website www.racc.ac.uk, or you can drop in at either of the Reception desks at Parkshot or Clifden, call on 020 8843 7921 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
We maintain a high standard of customer service in the IAG department please take a look at our service standards.
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This can be found at Reception or by emailing email@example.com. Information regarding college bursaries is available here. If you are applying to university and need information about funding your studies, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Our IAG Advisors offers impartial advice and guidance to current RACC students on careers and education choices, UCAS, CVs, interview skills, job search skills and finance/funding options. If you would like to make an appointment (up to 1 hour), please complete the appointment booking form or call 020 8843 7921 or 020 8439 8955.
The IAG Advisors will be available for appointments at both college sites during the following times:
|RACC Parkshot, Richmond||Monday to Friday||9:00am to 5:00pm|
|RACC Clifden, Twickenham||By appointment||By appointment|
The IAG Advisor will contact you within 5 working days of your query to arrange an appointment.
If you have a quick query you may drop in (up to 15 minutes) or email email@example.com. If you have a specific query relating to UCAS, please email UCAS@racc.ac.uk
You can also get help with careers advice and guidance from:
The following titles are available as free downloads:
Tel: 020 8843 7921 or 020 8439 8955
If you are interested in volunteering, applying to higher education or help with your CV or are looking for work, you might like to visit our open access IAG online resources area
In addition to a range of courses to suit specific disability groups, the College also provides support for students on general college courses. If you have a disability, sensory impairment, mental health or learning difficulty (e.g. dyslexia).
The LRCs provide the College's library services, a quiet place to work on your assignments, free internet access, and expert help with online and offline research. There is a small careers library and staff on hand to help you.
The LRCs are on the ground floor, easily available by wheelchair. If you require literature in large print or additional assistance, this is available on request.