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Safe and sound

You’re never alone at Walsall College. There’s always someone to turn to if you need advice.


If you are affected by bullying in any way, act quickly and talk to your tutor or one of the SAS (Safe and Sound) Team. They will act to resolve the problem. If you would like to join the SAS Forum, please get in touch with the SU (Student team at Wisemore Campus.

Sexual health

A Walsall Community Health nurse provides regular sexual health clinics on-campus. Visit these clinics to receive confidential advice on any aspects of sexual or reproductive health. To find out more, visit The Health Centre in room A021 on the Wisemore Campus or email

Personal problems

Talking to someone is often the first stage of feeling better, so if you’re having a tough time, don’t forget that the College has a trained counsellor who can help you. To make a booking call the counsellor directly on 01922 688935, book at reception, speak to your tutor or email For more information on the service see the ‘Counselling’ leaflet. There is also a team of staff based in the SU Office who are there to offer practical help and support.

Independent advice and guidance (IAG)

We understand starting college can be daunting and at Walsall College, our professionally-trained guidance staff are here to make the process easier.

From helping you decide which course is right for you and discussing career options to offering job hunting tips and advice about going onto higher education and the financial help available to you, it is our Guidance Team’s mission to offer impartial advice, guidance and support as and when you need it.

If you would like book an appointment with one of our guidance staff or would like to discuss any of the above issues please call 01922 657000, email your enquiry to , or speak to one of our IAG staff via our Customer Advice and Guidance desk.

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