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Specialist Support from Learning Services

What is an Individual Learning Plan?

Once you have a Needs Assessment report you will have a clearer idea of the support that you require, this will be communicated to you in the Needs Assessment report and also through initial contact from Student Services.

The Academic Skills Advisor that you see will ask you if you would like to work with them to create an Individual Learning Plans (ILP) to ensure that we meet your needs in a way that suits your study requirements.

Your learning plan will be tailored to you and your specific requirements and during the first meeting with your Academic Skills Advisor you will have the opportunity to discuss and develop your plan as well as deciding how you will use it.    

The ILP is a helpful tool to help motivate you and stay on track, you should view your plan as a flexible document that can evolve as you change throughout your academic study. We will work with you to make sure it is relevant by reviewing progress on a regular basis.