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Skillwise for Young People with Severe Learning Difficulties and Disabilities

This course is for students leaving special schools aged 19-21. The course gives you a chance to become more independent, gain work skills, practise travelling in the community and meet new friends.

 

If you are interested in applying, please call 020 8607 8230 for an application form and return it to Anne Timothy in Support Learning.


  • Course details, fees and dates

    Course Code HD0FW / 10001

    Start Date Monday 12 Sep 2016

    How long is the course? 1 Year(s)

  • What will I study and learn?

    You will have the chance to work in the college's Serious Snacks Shop and garden and at Spelthorne Farm. You will also do basic skills, IT, art, cookery, swimming, health and wellbeing and community activities.

  • How is the course assessed?

    Staff will monitor your work by taking photos, write about what you are good at and they may video you. Your tutor will review your Personal Learning Plan at regular intervals in Tutorial. During the year your parents/carers will receive reports on your progress and there will also be a Post 16 Review.


    When you leave you will be given a record of achievement which will describe all the things you have done on the course.

  • What formal entry requirements will I need?

    Successful interview and references.

  • What could this course lead to?

    The course could lead to enrollment in the independent living, life skills or adult enrichment programmes.

  • Further Information:

    If you would like further information please contact Anne Timothy (Section Manager) on 0208 607 8230.

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If you are interested in applying please call 020 8607 8230 for an application form and return it to Anne Timothy in Support Learning.

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