The course aims to develop personal and social skills and help students to improve Essential Skills. Students are able to sample a variety of work related skills. To ensure that the needs of each student are met learning is planned to meet individual requirements.
Modules include life skills community awareness enterprise and social skills.
A full time college programme that includes-
Learners will progress onto Skills in Independence at Entry Level 2 following two vocational pathways. Alternatively learners could progress onto supported employment schemes.
Practical sessions to include cooking, working outside and healthy life style. Learners will work on personal skills to gain confidence and be able to work together in a team or individually.
Visits to be arranged when appropriate.
Portfolio style evidence is collected and learning outcomes are assessed via practical activities and assignment-based work.
There are no formal entry requirements to our courses. You will be invited to come to an informal interview, where we assess learning needs and vocational interest and match you to the most appropriate course.