During the registration and enrolment process, students are asked to provide personal information and to agree to the purposes for which it may be used. Please note that student’s health records are not accessible to course Tutors.
Non-urgent advice: Information sharing
Information that will be passed to Tutors:
- Student’s name
- Support learning needs
- A copy of the student’s Individual Learning Plan
- Student’s phone number in case of an emergency
- Details of a named person to contact in an emergency
Non-urgent advice: Confidentiality
During the workshops, students do not have to mention anything at all about their professional life, history or mental health problems.
Information shared during the course, between students or staff will remain confidential. However, there are certain times when we may need to share your information with other professionals, services or agencies. These include:
- If there is concern that a child is at risk from harm
- If there is a concern that you are at risk from others
- If there is concern that you are putting another person at risk of harm
- If you have threatened to do serious harm to yourself
In line with the Data Protection Act (1998), any student may request to view information held about them by the Recovery College.
Page last reviewed: 5 July, 2022