This course is an introduction to college which is delivered in a nurturing learning environment.
It runs non-accredited units and but targets are set to meet specific needs to maximise social and emotional development and allow you to gain independent life skills in a supported environment.
The entry learning programmes are based around the four pillars of learning which are health and wellbeing, community inclusion, independent learning and employability.
The course focusses on improving your independent living skills and you will have individualised targets to meet your own needs to develop the skills you require in life.
Students normally progress to the introduction to employment course but progression advice will be available throughout and upon completion of the course.
The course includes:
The course will also include the following:
Practical activities, photographs and observation.
There are no formal entry requirements but you will be invited to come to an informal interview, where we assess your learning needs and vocational interest and match you to the most appropriate course.
All learners are required to pay an administration fee of £45 prior to enrolment.
You will need to provide your own stationery and may also incur costs if the department arranges educational visits.