Doncaster College welcomes the objectives set down in the
Equality Act (2010).
We are committed to providing equality of opportunity for all
who learn and work here. We respect and value positively
differences in race, age, gender, gender identity, sexuality,
ability, class, marital/civil partnership status, trade union
activity, status as parent/carer, associated criminal conviction
Doncaster College does not tolerate any prejudicial behaviour,
on grounds of disability or to fail to make reasonable adjustments
to overcome barriers to using services which may be caused by
The College’s Comprehensive Equality Policy is published on the
College’s Website, together with Age, Sexual Orientation and
Religion or Belief Policies and the College’s overarching Single
Equality Scheme, its associated strategy and action plans and the
Additional Learning Support Policy. These are monitored by the
Equality and Diversity Committee, academic as well as business
support managers and governors
Copies of this statement and any other College policy is
available in other languages and formats on request from the Head
of Additional Learning Support.
The College considers all applications from people with a
disability bearing in mind the aptitudes of the individuals
concerned. Where an existing employee becomes disabled, every
effort is made to ensure that employment with the College continues
and provides appropriate training, career development and
opportunities for promotion.
The College uses Disabled Go – a website – for potential staff
and students to establish, in advance of any application, an
overview of the College from the perspective of an individual with
disabilities. The information contained on the website is largely
related to issues of access around the College.
Click here to download a
PDF copy of the full Disability Statement.
Copies of this statement and all other policies area available
from Learner Services, Reception and Learning Resource Centres.