Richmond - The American International University in London
London, England, United Kingdom
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The Barnfield College has two main campuses:
The Faculties of Business, Enterprise & Retail, Creative Arts, and Care, Public Services, Sport & Leisure are based at our New Bedford Road campus. It is also home to our Higher Education Centre and the Retail Quarter.
The Faculty of Technology is based at our Technology campus with our Apprenticeships team.
Equality and Diversity
Our students reflect the population at large & include people with a variety of faiths, beliefs, ethnicities, abilities, sexual & gender orientations.
Under the College’s Equality & Diversity Policy students have the right to: Learn & achieve, Be treated fairly in all aspects of their learning at the College, Be treated with respect by all other members of the College’s community, Be valued for their contribution to the life of Barnfield College, Be encouraged to contribute fully, Be free from discrimination, harassment and bullying, Receive supportive action if discrimination, harassment and/or bullying is suspected.
Bullying and Harassment
Respect and inclusion are fundamental values of Barnfield College. The College will not tolerate bullying, harassment and victimisation and will ensure that every student has the right not to be bullied or harassed and has the right to complain without victimisation.
Health and safety
Barnfield College has a responsibility to protect learners’ health, safety and wellbeing whilst they are studying and we take the security of learners and their belongings in college very seriously.
Our Health and Safety Manager ensures the learning environment is safe, protective clothing is worn at all times and first aiders are available to deal with any incidents.
Barnfield College appreciates learner feedback. Two college surveys are run each year, which explore the quality of the learning experience and the quality of the college services and resources.
In addition there are a number of focus groups where student course representatives are invited to contribute the views of the students on their course across a range of themes. The student council ensures that students can shape the future of the college & receive direct responses from college managers & senior staff.