The aim of the course is to develop skills around Independence, Employability, Community and Health and Wellbeing, with all these areas relating to real life experiences.
Entry based on interview
Learners will participate in work experience where they can develop their employability skills, to transfer into work or volunteering situations. Learners will access a range of community facilities in order to increase their skills and community awareness. The course also incorporates sessions in Sport, Painting and Decorating, and Performing Arts. The learner’s program is a non-accredited pathway, which is target based to progress towards individual learner aspirations.
Throughout the course, learners will discuss their individual progression pathway with their course tutor. This may include volunteering, supported employment, employment, or progression to the Vocational Studies course. Progression routes from this course are person centred and focus on learners aspirations.
01 September 2022 - 31 July 2023