We are passionate about supporting and inspiring school leavers through learning, in a modern and friendly environment. We offer a wide range of courses and qualifications for learners of all ages. We have courses available at every level and can offer you a progression route from the beginning of your studies all the way through to a degree.
At South Devon College, we offer a wide range of adult education courses and qualifications, so whatever you want to do, you can achieve it with us. Whether you want to secure paid employment, discover something new, go to university, advance or change your career, we can help make your ambition a reality.
Apprenticeships are paid jobs that include training. You’ll develop real working experience as you learn, all whilst being paid. There are higher levels too with apprenticeships, meaning you can now go further than ever before with an apprenticeship.
Welcome to the University Centre South Devon. Our degrees have been designed to help you develop the skills you need to excel in your chosen career. In June 2017 we were awarded the highest rating of ‘Gold’ under the Teaching Excellence Framework (TEF), a system for recognising excellent teaching and learning in higher education, positioning us as one of the best higher education institutions for studying your degree in the South West.
South Devon High School is a unique opportunity for pupils studying at Key Stage 4. Pupils will have the opportunity to complete a programme of 9 GCSEs including specialist subject qualifications, in a unique setting that ensures your young person will receive the support they deserve in their learning environment to achieve the best possible outcome.
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Each learner at South Devon College will have a Personal Tutor. This is a learner’s first point of contact for any issues relating to or impacting on their learning. Tutors are also there to share in the learners’ celebration of achievement.
The purpose of the Personal Tutor is to:
In order to fulfil these objectives a range of points may be discussed during Individual Progress Reviews (IPRs). If your young person is under 18 you will receive a review of their progress from all teachers and their Personal Tutor in November and March. You will also be invited in at this time to discuss their progress on their course.