The guidance and welfare service are here to support you. We can support you if you're already at The Manchester College or thinking of studying here.
We can advise you on:
All the information we give you is confidential. We are objective, meaning that we will give you the facts, whatever the situation.
You can get in touch with us by contacting reception or the main office at your nearest campus. You can phone the guidance and welfare service nearest to you or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
You can get advice or support in different ways, including:
We work in safe, friendly and welcoming settings.
We also have electronic and hard copy resources in the library resources centres (LRCs).
Any information you give us about yourself will be kept confidential. We can give you a better service if you give us true and up to date information.
Sometimes we might ask you what you think of our service. Anything you tell us will be confidential. It will help us give you a better service in the future.
The National Careers Service gives information, advice and guidance to help you make informed decisions on learning, training and work opportunities. The service is free and available to adults (age 19+). The service offers confidential, impartial advice, supported by professional, qualified careers advisers. The guidance and welfare service at The Manchester College is a provider of the National Careers Service.
Any adult aged 19+ can use this free service.
Please call 0161 614 8416 to talk to an adviser or book an appointment at: