Policies and procedures

The following policies and procedures are available for download. Other policies [e.g. Anti-Bullying, Child Protection] are available upon request: 

Student Code of Conduct
Attendance Procedures
Complaints Procedure
How to make a Complaint
Student Disciplinary Procedures
Equality Annual Report
Draft Strategic Equality Plan 2020 – 2024
Safeguarding Children and Vulnerable Adults Policy
Prevent Policy
Whistleblowing Policy Guidance
Whistleblowing Policy
Examinations Policy
Fees Policy
Admissions Policy
Student Appeals Procedure
Skills Policy
CCTV Protocol Policy
IT Acceptable Use Policy
Assessment, Appeals and Malpractice Policy
Work Based Learning Subcontracting Fees and Charges Policy
Data Protection Policy
Refund Policy
Transgender Best Practice Guidance
CCTV Policy
Health, Safety and Environmental Policy
Supplier Terms and Conditions
Young Adult Carers Policy

Welsh Language Policy

Under the Welsh Language (Wales) Measure 2011, the college has a duty to conform with specific Welsh Language Standards, as decided by the Welsh Language Commissioner.

Policy on the Use of Welsh at the College
The Welsh Language Standards
Compliance Notice
Welsh Language Standards Compliance Report to the Welsh Language Commissioner

Policies relating to our Higher Education offer
Development of Public Good Statement
Statement of Contribution to the Public Good
Fair Processing - HE
Terms and conditions - University of Gloucester (Franchised Courses)
Terms and conditions - University of Gloucester (Validated Courses)
Student Code of Conduct - University of Gloucester
Terms and conditions - University of South Wales
Student Code of Conduct - University of South Wales
Terms and conditions - University of Wales Trinity Saint David
Student Code of Conduct - University of Wales Trinity Saint David
Terms and conditions - Pearson courses

Modern Slavery Act 
The Gower College Swansea Slavery and Human Trafficking Statement 2018 can be viewed here (in accordance with the Modern Slavery Act 2015).

Freedom of Information
Adopting a publication scheme is a requirement of the Freedom of Information Act 2000.

This Act promotes greater openness and accountability across the public sector by requiring all ‘public authorities’ to make information available proactively through a publication scheme.

Please direct any FOI requests to FOI@gowercollegeswansea.ac.uk

Gower College Swansea Publication Scheme

Freedom of Information Act Privacy Notice

If you would like any of our documents in an alternative format - large print, audio, electronically or in Welsh - please contact the Quality Administrator, Beverley Hunt, on 01792 284000.

Updated 9 November 2020