A warm welcome from the Principal and CEO at Waltham Forest College.
Principal and Chief Executive
Waltham Forest College is one of London’s most successful Colleges and in February 2018 Ofsted judged the College to be ‘Good’ in all that we do and we are proud to be described as an ‘inclusive college” by having a diverse workforce that mirrors our local community.
The College firmly believes that our employees are the heart of the organisation and having the right people in place is the key to our success. Our mission is to deliver responsive, outstanding teaching, learning, and support to meet the needs of individuals and employers and inspire our students to develop the high-quality skills and knowledge they need to be successful in their future lives.
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The College offers a wide range of benefits for staff, which can enhance the employee’s personal development, health, wellbeing and finances. The College is committed in continuing to develop and expand the range of benefits; some of them are listed below:
-Cycle to Work Scheme
-Elite Hair & Beauty Salon
-Employee Assistance Programme
-Enhanced Sick pay
-Extended Christmas Closure
-Eye Care Vouchers
-Free on-site Car Parking
-Low Gender Pay Gap
-NUS Employee Discount
-Onsite Butchery Smithfield Unit
-The Mallinson Restaurant
-The Print Shop
-Walthamstow Leisure Centre
-Work Perks and Gems At Work
-YMCA Gym Discount
Waltham Forest College has a strong record of providing fair access for all to further and higher education. We have taken an inclusive approach engaging with individuals and groups with protected characteristics (as defined by the Equality Act 2010 and explicit in our Equality and Diversity Policy). We embrace learner views and offer structured opportunities for students to have direct involvement in assessing and shaping their own learning experience and develop as active citizens in the wider community.
We are one of the most diverse colleges in London and are even more diverse than the local community. Our borough is one of the most culturally rich areas in the country. There are 97 different languages spoken by students at Waltham Forest College and our extensive new build that includes the Creative Arts building and our new STEM centre has been purposely designed to accommodate students with disabilities.
At all levels, we are committed to providing appropriate resources to enable and encourage access and participation for all in further and higher education. This takes a number of forms - funding to the Student Association, direct staff support, resources in kind in the form of accommodation and office costs, time off for student representative activities, and a wider staff development commitment to developing and embedding learners in to all decision making, evaluation and quality improvement measures in the College.
Student engagement is constantly being reviewed and developed through the Student’s Union, Student Governors, Course Representatives, Student Ambassadors, Student Council and the Senior Leadership Team listening to feedback from regular student surveys and focus groups.
Inspiring learners to create their future.
To deliver outstanding technical and professional learning, which raises aspirations, develops skills and creates futures.
Our organisational values drive the way we interact with each other and influence learners in creating their future.
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