Our Programme Structure Options
We offer the following qualifications at various levels:
- Skills for Living and Work – Entry level 2 to Level 1
- Employment & Development Skills – Entry level 3 to Level 2
What our students think…
For learners aged 16+ who wish to continue in education after school/college.
Independent Living Skills
From cooking, washing, understanding labels, ironing and shopping to personal health and hygiene, managing money and staying safe. All learners need to have skills that will enable them to become more independent, this. in turn, will enable them to address the ‘preparing for adulthood’ section of their EHCP.
This core programme is used in combination with a particular vocational qualification and/or work experience.
For any animal enthusiasts, as well as those with sensory disorders, animals can help with anxiety and stress. However in addition to this, it could also lead to an animal care qualification. Learn how to look after, health check and feed appropriately a variety of small animals.
In addition to all of the above, we also have routes into Performing Arts, Enterprise and many more. This usually develops with the students interests and is not an exhaustive list.
We also offer the Arts Award.
Work Experience / Tasters / Volunteering
It is important to contribute and give back to the local community/economy, this could be by paid employment or by volunteering. We work with community projects and local businesses to offer as much work/volunteering as possible. Sometimes young people don’t know what they want to do in the future therefore, we will try and offer as many opportunities to promote choice and informed decisions about their future.
If you are an employer, charity etc who would like to offer some of our young people work experience then please do get in touch with firstname.lastname@example.org
For learners aged 18+ who may be looking to leave formal education.
Our Transition2 Adulthood programme is aimed at those who are in their final year of education. This programme looks to create a pathway into adulthood with our support; whether it be looking for voluntary work, assessing day placements for the future or looking to live independently we are here to support these young people in their final transition into the big wide world.
We have been asked to provide a bespoke provision for some students. This is usually for students who are not able to ‘fit’ into other provisions or are looking for something specific.
Please contact us for more information on this.