This entry level course will help you gain the skills you need to find work. It has been designed to support learners with their first steps towards a more independent lifestyle. Giving you the opportunity to develop a range of flexible skills to aid you in day-to-day life and assist you in making informed decision. This course is generally for learners who have been at college for at least one year but may find it difficult to progress to a higher level course and need to focus on independence, social and work skills. It will also offer the opportunity for individuals to further develop Functional English and Maths skills.
No formal entry requirements.
In this course you will study:
- Citizenship and how to be part of a community
- Independent living skills
- Personal presentation including personal care, health and hygiene
- Community safety and awareness (e.g. travelling on public transport)
- Self-advocacy (making choices and having a voice)
You will also have the opportunity to further develop your Functional English and Mathematics skills.
You will be taught by experienced teachers in smaller groups of approximately 8-14 with additional learning support assistants as required.
You will be assessed by coursework.
No extra course equipment is required.
Once you have completed this course you will feel more confident in your ability to pursue further study, seek suitable employment or an apprenticeship.
All information was accurate at the time of publishing, and may be subject to change.
For general College enquiries, please call 023 9279 7979 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.