If you have, or if you develop during your studies, a disability or condition that may affect your ability to study, please let us know as soon as possible so we can offer you support as appropriate.
Please update the Disability field on your ‘My details’ page on iLearn or contact Student Support directly, particularly if you have an upcoming study day or assessment deadline.


Our Warwick venue is: Education for Health, The Athenaeum, 10 Church Street, Warwick CV34 4AB.

The training room is situated within our Grade 2* listed building. With the building being approx. 125 years old, we have some limitations on our ability to provide facilities for those with certain disabilities.
We can provide wheelchair access by ramp providing we are given 24 hours notice. On street parking is available outside the Athenaeum and if we are given 24 hours notice, we can provide a parking space in our car park to aid access to the building.
Toilet facilities are situated on another floor to where the training takes place and access is via a staircase. We can arrange access from 11am to a disabled toilet in a nearby building.


Our Liverpool venue is: The Gateway Centre, 71 London Road, Liverpool L3 8HY.

This venue has:

  • braille signage
  • high contrast lighting
  • lift with speech output
  • on site parking for disabled drivers or those with mobility impairments, which must be booked in advance.


Our London venue is 10 minutes walk from Kings Cross: National Council for Voluntary Organisations, Society Building, 8 All Saints Street, London N1 9RL.

This venue has:

  • full street level accessibility with access to upper floors via two lifts
  • accessible toilets on the ground, first and second floors
  • many conference suite rooms have induction loops and a portable loop is available
  • limited parking for blue badge holders, which must be reserved in advance with the conference suite team at the venue.


Our Stirling venue is: Albert Halls, Dumbarton Road, Stirling FK8 2QL.


This venue has:

  • disabled access via a ramp at the side of the building with a lift up to the first floor
  • disabled toilets on the ground floor and first floor, next to the Lesser hall and lift
  • hearing loops in the Lesser hall and Main Hall
  • three disabled drivers parking spaces in the front car park.