What’s Expected of You
Code of Conduct
We expect all Coleg Cambria learners to be:
• Polite and Caring
• Safety Aware
• Eager to Learn
• Taking Every Opportunity
What to do if you are ill
If you are ill and unable to attend college, you or someone on your behalf, must phone in to college before 9.15am to report this to your subject area office (please telephone the main switchboard). If you do not speak to one of the administrative assistants, please leave a message on the answer machine. You must state your full name, date of birth, course and the reason for being unable to attend college i.e. give details of your illness if you are unwell.
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Please note that there is a no-smoking policy on all college sites. Ask at reception for details of designated smoking areas if you wish to smoke on the college site during break times. If you would like some support with giving up smoking, please contact Student Services.
Personal Safety & Security
Lost Property / Personal Belongings
You are responsible for the security of your own personal belongings. If you lose something, ask at Reception and complete an Incident form. If you find any items of value, hand them to your Personal tutor or in to Reception.
If you see any suspicious packages or circumstances inform the nearest member of staff.
Student ID Card
If you have been issued a Student ID card, please carry it at all times while on college premises.
Personal Protective Equipment
You are to wear personal protective equipment correctly as directed by your Personal Tutor.
Working with Machinery
Do not use machines which you have not been trained and authorised to use.
Working with Animals
All students within the animal care and equine departments must adhere to the specific rules and regulations presented during induction week.
If you need First Aid treatment, speak to your Personal Tutor or a member of staff; alternatively, please contact Reception.
Please report any accident or incident to your Personal Tutor or a member of staff.
Please check the emergency procedures for your study area; if you need any help, please ask your Personal Tutor.
If you discover a fire:
• Raise the alarm
• Do not attempt to tackle the fire
• Evacuate the building and report to the nearest assembly point
When you hear the alarm:
• Leave the building immediately by the nearest emergency exit.
• Do not use any lifts, do not stop to collect personal belongings.
• If possible, close all doors and windows when leaving.
• Report to the nearest Fire Assembly point and wait for further instructions.
• Do not re-enter the building until you hear that the ALL CLEAR has been declared.
NB: Students with mobility restrictions must ensure they have their personal evacuation plan developed for them. This is arranged via the Facilities Department – ask your Personal Tutor for help in obtaining this.