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Community Business and Enterprise (SLDD)

Course Code: C0141
Campus: Millfield
Week Commencing: 11 Sep 18
18/19 Academic Year End Date:
02 Jun 19
This innovative full time programme is specifically designed for young adults with severe learning difficulties and its purpose is to build on the skills and abilities acquired through previous learning in college.

Students will participate in a range of classroom and community based activities to promote independent living skills. Topics for study, include, ICT, technology in the home, independent travel skills and problem solving in everyday life, enterprise and community studies. This three day programme is accredited by ASDAN with students achieving a personal and social development qualification.

This course session is currently closed for enrolment – it may be offered at a later date – please continue to check our website for updates.

Career Opportunities / Progression

Within Belfast Met students can choose from a range of part-time programmes designed specifically for people with mild- complex learning needs. They can also progress to The ‘Now’ Project, Orchardville Society or Mencap Pathways.

Entry Requirements

This programme is for students who have a moderate/severe learning difficulty and are aged over 16. Students should have participated in a College sampling week or diagnostic assessment and guidance session.

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

This programme is for students who have a moderate/severe learning difficulty and are aged over 16. Students should have participated in a college sampling week or diagnostic assessment and guidance session.

Contact Information

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