Learning for Living Transition
Preparation for Life and Work
We are only accepting one application per candidate.
What will you be working towards?
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Perfect for those leaving full-time education and want to continue to learn, our return to education course will provide you with opportunities to expand your skills and enable you to progress forward. We are committed to providing an inclusive learning environment and aim to help you make the most of your learning opportunities. We want to ensure that students with disabilities, including learning disabilities, feel welcome and supported throughout their time at college.
This programme is for school leavers (19+) who wish to continue their learning in a college environment. The curriculum is personalised so that you can participate in a range of activities which stimulate and encourage your development. Our core themes for learning are: personal development, health and well-being, citizenship, and communication.
You will take part in our engaging programme of practical and vocational sessions based primarily within the college including activity days, cooking, healthy lifestyles, DVD enterprise, independent living skills, creative choices, my office, woodwork, and Ebay enterprise.
You will take part in assessment in the first half of the college term, during which you will have the opportunity to sample different sessions to find which sessions challenge and develop your own individual strengths and development goals.
How will it be delivered?
There are no formal assessment criteria, however regular attendance on all your college days is a necessity.
There are no formal entry requirements, but you will need to complete an application form, submit satisfactory references and come for an interview. During your interview, you will meet a member of our team who will give you the opportunity to talk about your future aspirations and discuss any support needs you require.
We will need to see your learning disability assessment or your Education Health and Care plan (EHCP).
Your next steps...
At the end of the course, you will be invited to a review where your progress and aspirations are discussed. Subject to satisfactory attendance and progress you will have the opportunity to apply to the Future Pathways year 2 course within supported learning that will help you to further develop your independent living and vocational skills.
You will also have the opportunity to apply to further courses within the College that match your future aspirations or work-based courses within supported learning. Throughout your time on the course, you will have regular opportunities to meet with your key worker to discuss additional support and development needs.