Learner Advice and Guidance

Learner Advice and Guidance

Advice for under 25s  |  Adoption  | Apprenticeships  | Autism | Benefits |  Bereavement  |  

Bullying  

 

Advice for under 25s  | The Sprout | MEIC Cymru  |  GISDA | Children’s Commissioner for Wales  | 

Adoption  |  After Adoption  |  St David’s Children Society  |  TALK Adoption  | 

Apprenticeships  |  The Welsh Government  |  Careers Wales  |

Autism  |  ASD Info Wales  |  The National Autistic Society  |  

Benefits |  Benefit entitlement  |  Benefit for Families  |  Carers and Disability  |  Child benefit  |  Death benefits  | 

             |  Heating and Housing  | Jobseeker’s Allowance and Low Income benefit  |  Tax Credits  |  

Disability Living Allowance helpline Tel: 0345 712 3456 / Text: 0345 722 4433

Attendance Allowance helpline       Tel: 0345 605 6055 / Text: 0345 604 5312

Bereavement  |  Bereavement Advice Centre  |  Cruse Bereavement Care  |  Hope Again (formerly RD4U)  |  

Bullying in the learning environment

Adults
If as an adult learner you experience or witness behaviour that is offensive or threatening, you should report such incidents to your tutor so that it can be dealt with early on. If you would like to discuss any matter confidentially please call our Head Office on 02920 235277 and ask to talk to a member of our learner services team or email: LearnerServices@adultlearning.wales

Children
Cases of bullying involving school children should always be raised at a local level in the first instance. Incidents of school based bullying can be referred to the Local Authority if the school does not resolve the situation satisfactorily.