The safety of our learners and staff remains our number one priority during this unprecedented time. On this page you will find details on the measures in place following the latest Government announcement of a national lockdown. These restrictions are being reviewed mid-February.
We have pulled together the following Frequently Asked Questions, which we hope will be of help to you. We will continue to update this page, as more information becomes available. If you have any further questions, please do not hesitate in contacting your tutor.
Yes, we are currently operating remotely and all classes are taking place online. If you are enrolled onto a course and have any queries, do not hesitate in contacting your tutor.
Students are being contacted directly and advised regarding next steps on their course.
Exams and assessments are taking place in a limited number of cases in January. Students are being contacted directly regarding these.
If you are an adult learner who has been on site or into one of our community venues, you will still need to inform your tutor if you receive a positive test result.
Yes, we have launched a wide range of virtual courses to help adults across the county take control during this time. Whether you’re looking for work, want to improve your mental health and lifestyle, develop your digital skills, support your family, or boost your career prospects, there’s a range of new FREE and flexible courses starting this January. Browse our website for more information and download our latest course guide. Course-Guide_Spring-2021(lal.ac.uk)
We have a wide range of free online health and wellbeing courses to help you take control during this time. We understand that right now is a hugely challenging time for many, and we are here to support you every step of the way. You can find out more here: Health and Wellbeing | LAL – Lancashire Adult Learning
Our expert team provide FREE, impartial and confidential support with:
• Choosing the right qualification
• Careers advice and CV development
• Understanding Labour Market Information
If you have a learning difficulty or disability, physical disability, visual impairment or hearing impairment, we will do our best to provide you with the support, equipment, access and learning resources that you might need throughout your time at College. Please mention this on your application to College, during your interview or to your tutor during induction. A member of our Additional Learning Support Team will then contact you to discuss your needs and ensure that the appropriate support is in place.
Support is confidential and information provided will only be shared with the appropriate professionals to meet your individual needs. Our team is committed to ensuring that every student has the support and resources to achieve their full potential. Please contact any of our Additional Learning Support team for further assistance by emailing email@example.com
You should look for any of the following symptoms:
If you experience any symptoms of COVID-19, you must not come into College and you must inform us of this by calling the absence line. We advise you book a test as soon as possible, and share the results of these with us.
For general advice follow:
To book a test visit:
To seek support because you may be worried about Covid-19 and how it could affect your life. This may include having to spend a lot of time at home. Or you may have concerns about being around other people, seek support at: