Equality and Inclusion

Our Commitment To You

Ayrshire College is fully committed to challenging discrimination, advancing equality of opportunity, promoting inclusion and celebrating the diversity of all of its students, staff, visitors and College partners.

This means as a College we aim to deliver high quality learning and working experiences which are accessible to everyone in the communities the College serves. The College is working hard to achieve this aim because we believe everyone should have a fair chance and opportunity to be successful. We continue to move forward positively in these respects. By all working together to foster an inclusive, supportive and accessible College culture and environment, Ayrshire College is a first choice place of learning and working.

Promoting Wellbeing Action Plan 2018 - 2021


Click the following links to view our Promoting Wellbeing Action Plan 2018 - 2021


Promoting Wellbeing Action Plan 2018 - 2021


The Equality and Inclusion team support the development of a diverse College community and work with students, staff and others to embed the value and practice of equality and inclusion within College life.

Want to know more or have an equality-related question?
You can contact the Equality and Inclusion team on 0300 303 0303 or equalityandinclusion@ayrshire.ac.uk.

Ayrshire BSL Shared Local Plan 2018-24

The British Sign Language (BSL) (Scotland) Act 2015 requires public bodies in Scotland to publish plans every six years, showing how they will promote and support BSL.

This playlist contains a series of videos which cover our first BSL Local Plan developed in partnership with NHS Ayrshire & Arran, North, South & East Ayrshire Councils and North, South & East Ayrshire Health and Social Care Partnerships.

You can also view more videos on this playlist

The plan covers ten long term goals based on the national goals. These goals include, public services; early years and education; training and work; health, mental health and wellbeing; transport; culture and the arts; justice and democracy.

If you would like to discuss the BSL Plan or provide any comments, please contact doreen.wales@ayrshire.ac.uk

We are also committed to enabling access to Scottish public & voluntary sectors for BSL users and welcome the use of Contact Scotland BSL. You can get more information on this by clicking here.

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