We also have a policy of having the broadest possible accessibility, and believe that neither age, income nor any other factor should be a barrier to continuing an enjoyable education.
Our standards of service are our minimum - we aim to do more.
You can help us by letting us know what you think of us. You can:
» WEA courses: what kinds of courses we run and when
» Learning with the WEA: what to expect when you join a WEA course
» Financial help: who qualifies and how to apply for financial support if you need it
» Additional learning support: if you need support to help you study due to disability, learning difficulty or another health issue
» What can I do next?: further information and reference points if you want to know how to progress your learning
WEA Disability Statement
London Region welcomes all adult learners. If you have a disability and/or learning difficulty which requires additional support please let us know how we can help you. We will do everything we can to make you learning experience a positive one.
Who to Contact
If you wish to talk to someone about your access, your first contact should be the Regional Office on 020 7426 1950 who will refer you to someone who can help you.
Individual Student Support
If you wish to study on any of our programmes and you have a disability that requires extra support, we will do our best to help you.
We work in partnership with or have links with a range of other organisations, which means that if we do not have the means to support you, our partners may be able to. Please ask.