The intent of this programme is to primarily support learners who suffer
with low self-esteem, are deemed vulnerable and who may have specific SEMH
and/or behavioural needs.
This programme is designed for those learners
who are unclear of their career aspirations and who are not fully equipped with
the knowledge, skills and behaviours required to progress onto a specific
vocational area of choice.
This programme will provide learners with the
opportunity to experience 'taster' sessions within a range of vocational areas
to get a feel of what sector they are interested in progressing in, whilst at
the same time developing their employability and personal and social development
skills towards adulthood.
On this pathway you will attend College 15
hours per week, typically, over 3 days.
You will study a range of topics including:
- Employability Skills
- Personal and Social Development Skills
- Independence Skills
- Study Skills
- Vocational Specific Units/Skills
- English, maths and ICT