Personal Development is a two year study programme supporting students to develop independent living skills, communication, functional literacy/numeracy and creative skills.
The course aims to prepare students to live independently in the future and to play a full part in the community.
The Employability Course is a one-year study programme supporting students to develop the skills needed to gain employment such as CV writing, IT skills, applying for jobs and interview techniques.
The course supports students to develop independent travel skills, money management and maintaining good mental and physical health. Students are given guidance on how to present a positive image to prospective employers such as; how to dress and present themselves appropriately for employment.
We have a good range of partnership with employers in the community and beyond, including John Lewis, Oxford Street, ARUP Engineering, Scope, NoNo Foods and Boma Garden Centre.
Students undertake 2-3 placements for up to 6 weeks per academic year.
Students achieve the Ascentis Award in Life Skills and Skills for Employment, Ascentis Awards in English and Mathematics Skills and an Arts Award certificate.
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