Most courses will fit within these dates, with breaks as shown. However, tutors may negotiate changes with individual groups.
|Autumn||7th September 2020||6 Weeks|
|Autumn||Half Term||19th October 2020||2 Weeks|
|Autumn||2nd November 2020||6 Weeks|
|Christmas||21st December 2020||2 Weeks|
|Spring||4th January 2021||6 Weeks|
|Spring||Half Term||15th February 2021||1 Week|
|Spring||22nd February 2021||6 Weeks|
|Easter||5th April 2021||2 Weeks|
|Summer||19th April 2021||6 Weeks|
|Summer||Half Term||31st May 2021||1 Week|
|Summer||7th June 2021||6 Weeks|
Before enrolling, you should read the learning agreement included in the Learner Handbook. By completing and submitting the enrolment form, you are giving your agreement to the terms and conditions included in this document.
If you opt to enrol you are also accepting that RALSS may not be able to provide the services or programmes outlined in promotional materials in a range of circumstances, including: low class numbers, staff sickness, industrial action, severe weather conditions or any circumstances which may affect the Health and Safety of staff or learners. However, we will make every effort to complete your course.
If you are unable to attend a session, please notify us by email or phone. Don’t forget to tell us your name, course, venue and how long you are likely to be absent.
If we don’t hear from you, we will call to check that everything is OK, or to offer support if you have ongoing problems that are preventing you from attending your course. We can offer help in the form of financial support towards childcare and transport or, in some cases, fees if you are taking an AEB coded course, and are claiming benefits or on a low income.
Other Rutland Services
Please follow the link to the Rutland Information Service for information on other services available within the county.
Comments and Complaints
In order to continually improve our service, we want your views, whether your comments are positive or negative. We will always take these seriously, and investigate thoroughly any issues that are brought to our attention.
If you would like to read our Policy statement, please click on the link to our Policies page. If you would like to make a complaint or comment, please contact us, or use the form and send it to us at our Oakham Enterprise Park address, marked for the attention of the Information, Advice and Guidance Officer (IAGO).
ICT Code of Conduct
If you use computers in your classes you will also be asked to sign the ICT Code of Conduct. Our network is run by Peterborough Regional College, so it is particularly important that no-one downloads inappropriate content or alters the system in any way. There are some safeguards in place, and misconduct can be identified by the login used, and the time. If this is identified, the learner will be removed from their course without refund.
If you would like to read this agreement before attending, it is in the Learner Handbook.