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Thurrock Adult Community College is located in a building all on one level, with ramped access and free disabled parking spaces. Some classrooms may be difficult to access for some students with restricted mobility. Please let us know your needs so that we may be able to accommodate. If you feel you would need assistance to leave the building in an emergency, please let us know as we will need to organise a Personal Evacuation Emergency Plan (PEEP) with you.
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How can we help you succeed?
Whilst studying at TACC, there may be times when you need a little extra support. Please see our Learning and Development Hub webpage for more details of services available at Thurrock Adult Community College and other organisations in the community, that could help you to succeed in your lifelong learning journey.
TACC also runs a Supported Internship Programme for High Needs learners aged 16-24 who are on an Education, Health and Care (EHC) plan to help them learn, work and grow in confidence, independence and experience.
Using tacc.ac.uk is the quickest way to get the latest information on courses at Thurrock Adult Community College and our services. You can get free internet access in our Cyber Café during college opening hours and at Thurrock libraries plus community hubs. If you’ve unable to use our online service, either at home or with support in libraries or hubs, you can call us on 01375 372476 to let us know as this will help us make improvements.