A fidelity criteria is a set of principles that the college adheres to.
The goal of the fidelity criteria is to facilitate recovery through education that:
- Inspires hope through culture, environment and relationships
- Supports people’s self-management and to take control of their wellbeing
- Facilitates access to opportunities through learning, personal learning goals and community connections.
Below is our fidelity criteria along with an image that shows how each part of the criteria works together to ensure the college is accessible and beneficial for all.
Recovery focused learning opportunities that increase knowledge, self-management and health and wellbeing
People with lived experience are equal partners, have knowledge to help develop the college
Support individuals to make their own choices
The college will offer learning opportunities to students of all abilities, culture, ages and experiences. Everyone's contribution will be recognised and valued.
The college will actively engage with all stakeholders to coproduce courses and facilitate development for students into opportunities for unpaid and unpaid work, education or remaining in work
Achievements, strengths, skills and qualities are identified and build upon. Adjustments and support will be put in place to overcome challenges to learning