About the course
Offers a learner-centred approach for young people aged 16 â€“ 18 who have various barriers to learning, which may have impacted attendance, achievement and progression at school or within further education.
No formal qualifications are necessary, although an interview is essential to identify individual needs and the appropriateness of the course, plus completion of a taster day where young people can demonstrate their commitment to enrol on the programme. Understandably young people may be nervous at the prospect of entering a classroom again, but this course will build confidence and provide connections to further study and work.
Throughout the course there will be continuous assessment and portfolio building to achieve the main Certificate in Progression qualification. As part of this course you will develop your functional skills in English and maths. You will be assessed during taster days and at the start of the course leading to being entered for the appropriate exam level for both subjects. Learners with GCSE grade 3 will be enrolled on GCSE classes towards achievement of grade 4.
What you'll learn (core modules)
Core Programme content includes:
- Healthy Living
- Improving Assertiveness and Decision Making
- Maths and English
- Understanding Stress and Stress Management Techniques
- Preparing for a Recruitment Interview
- Work Related/Experience
- Vocational Tasters
Benefits, skills and character strengths
Small class sizes and our team of dedicated tutors/support staff enable and empower learners towards programme engagement focused on Character Strengths, employability skills and progression. Our staff are committed to building positive professional relationships and providing opportunities for learners to co-create parts of their learning programme e.g. budgeting, participating in exercise, enterprise skills and National Citizen Service, making sure we place learners at the heart of everything we do.
How will I be assessed?
Throughout the course there will be continuous assessment and portfolio building to achieve the main Certificate in Progression qualification. As part of this course you will develop your functional skills in English and maths.
Where is the course delivered? (facilities/classrooms)
WSC Campus, Edmund House, E0.27/E0.28
Where will the course take me?
Vocational courses , Traineeship, Apprenticeship
Days & times
Starting September 2019