Association of National Specialist Colleges
Natspec is the membership association for independent specialist colleges that provide further education or training for learners with learning difficulties and/or disabilities.
These learners tend to have more complex or additional disabilities, so that their learning and support needs cannot be best met in their local college.
Most colleges are residential, enabling students to learn independent living skills in real life settings.
All colleges offer a range of work experience and where appropriate prepare learners for work.
There are a number of colleges in the north of England; they can be found in the directory section of the Natspec website.
If you are a parent/carer with a query about a placement, please contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
To request a Natspec directory please contact:
Queen Alexandra College
0121 428 5050 / email@example.com
01691 661234 / firstname.lastname@example.org
Moray College ElginPlease contact the college to obtain a prospectus.
Moray College NairnPlease contact the college to obtain a prospectus.
Moray College Technology Centre ElginPlease contact the college to obtain a prospectus. Who Do You Contact? Bea Dobney and Louisa Thain are our members of training staff in the Elgin Learning Centre. Bea is available Monday - Wednesday...
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