Information for Needs Assessors

The following information is provided for Needs Assessors when drawing up reports for students applying for DSA.

For information about Trinity College courses, please click here.

Trinity offers an in-house one-to-one study skills support tutor, Mel Lucas. Where it is not possible to provide support in-house, arrangements are made with external suppliers, for example, with BSL interpreters for deaf students.

Trinity College does not provide in-house training for assistive technology.

Please contact Mel Lucas if you require any further information on 0117 968 0206 or email mel.lucas@trinitycollegebristol.ac.uk.

 

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