Policies and further information
Policy and strategy documents
To leave a comment, complaint or compliment about Learn Devon, please visit the Devon County Council feedback page.
It is your responsibility to keep Learn Devon informed of any changes to your personal details. This may include changes to your name, address, email or anything else you feel we may need to know.
Learn Devon cannot be held responsible for any problems that occur when a learner has not informed us of a change in details.
There may be additional material costs on some courses, particularly arts and crafts based courses. Information on what you will need, where to purchase the items and how much you can be expected to pay can be found under course details when you search for a course or by contacting us. If you require more information, please let us know. However, we cannot be held liable for costs the learner was not aware of which arise from attending one of our courses.
If your course is cancelled you will be offered a transfer to another course (the difference in course cost must be paid or will be refunded as appropriate).
If no course is available or you do not wish to attend an alternative course, you will receive a refund of your fees as follows:
- If Learn Devon cancels a course prior to the start date, all fees will be refunded
- If Learn Devon cancels a course after the start date, a pro-rata refund will apply. Any examination entry fees will be refunded to the learner.
You should expect a refund of your fees within 14 working days of the cancellation date of your course.
Learners are responsible for their own property at all times when on a Learn Devon course or on Learn Devon premises. Learn Devon takes no responsibility for loss or damage of personal property unless it is through the direct negligence of Learn Devon or its agents (such as teachers or contracted learning providers).
Have you noticed a change in someone’s behaviour? Are they acting differently? Maybe it’s something someone has said that’s worrying you? Notice the signs of radicalisation, neglect, abuse and bullying.
Don’t ignore your concerns – check with others who may also have noticed something. Speak to someone you trust such as a tutor or centre staff.
Raise a safeguarding concern. Call 0345 155 1014 and ask to speak to any one of our Safeguarding Advocates Allison Cooper, Elanor Walsh or Annie Raine, or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Call 999 – if the person is in imminent danger of harm to themselves or others.
Learn Devon is committed to ensuring your privacy is protected.
Please refer to Devon County Council’s website for our Privacy Notice.