Buckinghamshire Recovery College offers free courses to:
- Anyone over the age of 18…
Step 1: Contact Us
Call 01865 901515 or call/ text 07748328758 01865 901515
Step 2: Arrange Induction
Either on the phone or in person, meet with a member of the Buckinghamshire Recovery College team and discuss what you would like to gain from the college and what the college and the courses can offer you. Together you will create your Individual Learning plan (ILP) Any courses you wish to attend are booked (if possible) and a future review is planned.
Step 3: Attend the course(s)
Step 4: Review
Once you have attended the agreed course(s) you meet with a member of the team to review your achievements and ILP.
Code of Conduct
As a student at Buckinghamshire Recovery College we expect you to:
- BOOK in advance of all courses you wish to attend through the college co-ordinator.
- Attend courses punctually and let us know if you can’t make it
- Refrain from using mobile phones/electronic devices during the session
- Show respect to all students, staff and property.
- To refrain from the use of alcohol and illicit substances while attending sessions.
If we feel you have breached this Code of Conduct, we will discuss this with you and work towards finding a way forward
During the workshops, students do not have to mention anything at all about their professional life, history or mental health problems. If students do share anything this will be treated in confidence unless the Tutors assess that someone’s safety is at risk.
We encourage students to complete an Individual Learning Plan (ILP) with a student adviser which will help you decide what you want out of Buckinghamshire Recovery College. Completing an ILP will help you identify your learning goals based on your hopes and ambitions. It will help you choose courses that will best support you to reach those goals and help you monitor your progress.
You can discuss any support you may need before the start of your course. This can either be done through your ILP or through a discussion with the college co-ordinator when you enrol. Please let us know of any learning, mobility or sensory challenges when registering so we can do everything possible to ensure your time at the college is both rewarding and successful.