The programme aims to provide you with an introduction to the development of a range of skills and new opportunities through engagement with employers and study support. Skills including communication, problem solving, customer services, organisation, time management and meeting deadlines may be specific to a chosen career pathway or transferable across a range of careers.
The programme will provide you with further opportunities to establish career pathways.
The programme is offered as a work experience pathway, which requires placement hours (this can be with various employers) and weekly college attendance. The placement will be directly linked to your career aim.
- Work Preparation: job search, Curriculum Vitae (CV) development, cover letter, interview preparation, reflection of skill development and experiences
- Work Experience: work with employer/s to establish career pathways and skill development
- English and maths: dependent on the qualifications on entry
- Tutorial workshop: tutor support to monitor progress, opportunities, experiences and targets with student and employers
You will be assessed throughout the programme This will involve developing a workbook/portfolio of evidence to help progress into college, an apprenticeship or employment. Further visits and observations will be utilised to establish progression through career choice and skill development.
There are no entry requirements for this programme.
This programme is designed to enable you to enter employment within the various industries through the skills acquired during this programme. Alternatively, you may wish to progress onto an apprenticeship with an employer in a desired area or engagement into college to continue studying a subject area that has become something of a passion and career pathway.