I am a full time student currently studying at my college which has its course designated by BIS and SLC.
Recently SLC on the instruction of BIS have suspended my college on the grounds that my College has made some procedural breaches.
I have confronted the college with regards XXXXX XXXXX and have found this not to be true. They the college have provided the proof that there hasn't been any procedural breach.
The issue is that SLC and BIS are disputing with the college with regards XXXXX XXXXX duration of the course, apparently the college courses should have been only 1 year each. But on the SLC application form the option is as follow:
HNC 1 year
HND 2 years
SLC is disputing that HND should also be 1 year, Naturally all of us students selected the HND two years with an understanding that we will do the first year HNC and then progress to HND.
The college even agreed to accept HNC 1 year and HND 1YEAR but even then SLC and BIS are being difficult.
Even though it is their technical mistake of giving the option to students on their own system to select HND 2 years
and because of this reason they have suspended the college and stopped all students payments
The college wants to follow or comply with instruction from SLC and BIS but has given us the green light to take necessary action against BIS and SLC and will support us with any documentary evidence required.
Thanks for the response could a county court accept two or three multiple cases on the same issue?
Or if the student union of the college applies in the county court would that be acceptable?