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Independence for Life and Work Entry 1 (Award)

Course Code: C0230
Campus: Millfield
Week Commencing: 10 Sep 18
18/19 Academic Year End Date:
01 Jun 19

This programme is designed to support students to become more independent in daily life and to improve confidence as they move towards adulthood. The programme will support the development of learners’ skills, knowledge and understanding across a wide range of units giving students the opportunity for choice and flexibility. This then allows them to set their own long term goals in line with their chosen pathways in life. 

Students will have the opportunity to build upon transferable skills that are essential in the world today: increasing independence and working with others. Literacy, Numeracy and ICT are embedded into the curriculum. This 4 day programme is accredited by OCN NI and has been designed specifically to meet the needs of young people who have, moderate or severe learning difficulties and/or physical disability. Our welcoming and supportive tutors are experienced and know how to make your time at College successful and enjoyable.

Career Opportunities / Progression

Pathfinder Level 1 or Routeways Retail or Catering at Level 1.

There is also the opportunity to progress to specialist courses delivered by Cedar Foundation, Orchardville Society and the ‘Now’ Project and Community Enterprise and Lifestyle part time programme within the Centre for Supported Learning

Entry Requirements

No formal qualifications are required, however students should have participated in a College sampling week or diagnostic assessment or guidance session. Students should be capable of achieving an Entry Level 1 or 3 Qualification.

Cost

Tuition Fee

£0.00

All fees are set in accordance with DfE regulations.

Important Information

To make an application to this course contact: Centre for Supported Learning, tel: 028 9026 5415 or email: [email protected]

Other Information

Contact Information

Contact: Centre for Supported Learning, tel: 028 9026 5415 or email: [email protected]