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Belfast Met's Supported Learning Celebration of Achievement

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Belfast Met’s supported learning manager Alison Anderson and Director of Curriculum Jonathan Heggarty with students Alison Russell (left) and Amy Montgomery (right) from Carrickfergus. The girls who are students on Belfast Met’s supported Learning courses spoke at the college’s celebration of achievement last Thursday night, held in the Titanic Quarter Campus.

Belfast Met’s centre for Supported Learning is the leader in its field and delivers gold standard education and training for young people and adults with learning difficulties and disabilities.

This year the college opened a bespoke specifically designed ground-breaking centre of excellence – the Live and Learn Hub on the Millfield site - where Belfast Met delivers a mix of academic and vital life skills such as personal resilience and advocacy that will stay with students as they progress into adulthood.

Belfast Met is proud to say that it’s the foremost provider in NI of Full and Part Time supported learning programmes with 128 students enrolled on FT courses and 400 on part time programmes.

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