Apprentice & Work Based Learner Support

Adult learner speaking privately with a member of staff

At Coleg Cambria we are dedicated to providing a comprehensive educational experience, whether you come on site or not. We understand that apprentice and work based learners face unique challenges during your journey, which is why we are committed to offering a range of support services to help our apprentice and work based learners thrive onsite, online and at work.

Our Student Services Teams are based across all our campuses, and they are here to provide support and guidance on personal, financial, and academic issues, including information and advice on course and future career opportunities.

We are committed to supporting you in any way we can, so you can achieve your academic goals and succeed in life.

Find out below about just some of the ways our Student Services team can help you.

You can contact Student Services by calling 0300 30 30 007 or emailing studentservices@cambria.ac.uk.

We recognise that mental health and wellbeing can have a significant impact on a student’s experience and we are passionate about providing the best support and resources to support wellbeing and good mental health. 

There isn’t any criteria to meet, learners can receive counselling and welfare support and can speak to their Work Based Learning Practitioner, call into Student Services or email studentservices@cambria.ac.uk.

You can find out more about Mental Health Support here.

Our Careers Advisors and Student Services Team can support learners with questions about possible changes in job roles, or if they are unsure about their current course.

Furthermore, we have an Enterprise and Entrepreneurship Coordinator, who can offer guidance and support on self employment and business start up through workshops, guest speakers and enterprise clubs.

For any queries or further information please email careers@cambria.ac.uk.

Here at Coleg Cambria we are committed to the safety and well-being of students and provide

  • A Supportive safeguarding team
  • A clear anti-bullying approach
  • A supportive environment for students to discuss concerns or issues relating to extremist views, terrorism or dangers of radicalisation
  • Safeguarding and Prevent training and information for all. 

You can find our Safeguarding & Prevent policies by clicking below:

If you have any concerns or are concerned about anyone else, email safeguarding@cambria.ac.uk or phone 0300 30 30 009


At Coleg Cambria we are keen to hear your voice and opinions. If you want to get involved, email studentvoice@cambria.ac.uk