Manage your own money, cook your own food, plan your own career and increase your self-esteem, confidence and skills to live an independent life in your community.
All courses are one year in length and students can progress either within ILS or possibly apply to mainstream courses at the College.
These courses are suitable for students from a variety of educational backgrounds. They aim to develop confidence, self-esteem and independence in life and work skills. Students cover a mixture of vocational and creative skills, as well as continuing to improve literacy, numeracy and other essential skills.
There are no formal entry requirements, a place is offered based on an interview and an assessment of individual needs.