COLLEGE NOTICE (Updated 12/04/21)

Resumption of delivery on College campuses continues to be limited to areas where skills training and assessment needs to take place on site. Unlike schools, Colleges of Further Education have not resumed delivery in full. The College is operating in line with the NI Executive’s Roadmap to Recovery and must wait on the Executive’s decision to trigger the next stage on the roadmap before resuming delivery.

The NI Executive is scheduled to review this later this week and should the decision be taken to trigger Stage 2 of the Roadmap to Recovery, the College will inform students accordingly. Until this takes place, students should continue to follow the direction provided by their course tutors and continue to monitor all communications via email, website and social media.


Learning Resource Centres are open for students unable to access online lessons from home. Student services and limited canteen facilities are also available. Student queries should be directed to Course Co-ordinators. General queries should be emailed to


The latest update from the Examination Regulator on the awarding of examinations/assessments can be found at  


Accessibility Statement

Southern Regional College is committed to ensuring that information and resources available via the college website are accessible to all users, regardless of how they access web content.

Standards Compliance

Our website has been designed and developed to adhere to the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) 2.0, published by the W3C’s Web Accessibility Initiative.

As of 18th April 2012 all new content added to the Southern Regional College has been designed to meet Level AA of the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines 2.0 (

We intend to continue improving the accessibility of our site to ensure that any older content, in addition to new content, will conform to Level AA. We also aim to achieve Level AAA conformance wherever possible.

If you have any difficulty accessing our website, require further help or if you have any suggestions to help improve our accessibility, please contact us This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

Steps taken

Below are some of the steps we have taken in adhering to the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) 2.0:


Decorative images have been added using CSS or have been added with empty alternative text. All other images have sufficient alternative text or have empty alternative text when a caption has been added or the image description appears in the surrounding text.

Font Size

You can adjust font size of the web page through your browser. BBC’s My Web, My Way has a very useful guide on changing the font size of your browser:


We have checked that the colour of any text used on our website has a sufficient contrast ratio between the foreground and background.


Each web page contains an h1 heading tag. Any subsequent headings have been added and used in correct hierarchical order. This helps users to locate specific content and enables headings to be skipped.


Any content which has the appearance of a list has been marked up as an unordered or ordered list. This enables assistive technologies to recognise the content as a list and enable users to navigate from list to list or item to item.


Any tables containing data have been added using the correct table markup. The summary attribute has been added to data tables and the scope attribute has been added to header cells.

Any tables added for layout have been added without these attributes and contain no header cells. This ensures the table is perceived as a layout table. Content is also added so that it retains the same meaning when the content is linearised.