All College Policies

Data Protection Policy

This document sets out the college’s policy in relation to data protection.

Data Protection Policy November 2016 – November 2018

Freedom of Information Policy and Procedures

This policy sets out the arrangements that Barnsley College has made to ensure compliance with the Freedom of information Act (2000).

Freedom of Information Policy and Procedure December 2016 – December 2019.

Information, Advice and Guidance (IAG) Policy

This policy outlines the College’s approach to information, advice and guidance (IAG) for internal and external customers. The College aims to provide high quality information, advice and guidance services that are accessible and support customers to enter and progress in learning and work.

IAG Policy March 2018 – February 2020

Subcontracting Policy

The aim of this policy is to outline the College’s approval to subcontracting and set a framework within which relationships with subcontracting partners can be developed.

Subcontracting Policy May 2018 – May 2019

Further Education Policies and Procedures

Further Education Fees Policy

This policy sets out the tuition fees for Further Education courses in the 2017/2018 academic year.

FE Fees Policy Feb 2018 – Feb 2019

Higher Education Policies and Procedures

Higher Education Fees Policy

This policy defines the College policy around tuition fees for the prescribed Higher Education courses in the 2017/2018 academic year. A prescribed Higher Education course is defined as a Higher Education Certificate, Higher National Diploma, foundation Degree, Degree, Post Graduate Certificate in Education or a Certificate in Education.

HE Fees Policy Feb 2018 – Feb 2019

Admissions Policy and Procedures 2018 – 19

Our Higher Education Admissions Policy and Procedures have been developed to provide clear guidance on the College’s HE admissions process for applicants within the recruitment cycle for September 2019 entry.

HE Admissions Policy and Procedures 2018_19

QAA HE Initial Report and Action Plan

The Quality Assurance Agency (QAA) offer advice, guidance and support to help UK universities, colleges and other institutions provide the best possible student experience of higher education.

Visit the QAA website to read their Initial review and then read our QAA HE action plan July 2013

 

Last updated: 4th June 2018