ILS Main Programme (Pathway 2/3)
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In a nutshell
This course provides the opportunity for those with Additional Learning Needs (ALN) to further their skills towards an independent life in the community. It is designed to help build confidence in everyday living and to prepare learners for employment.
This course is for you if...
... you want to improve numeracy, literacy and independent living skills
... you're interested in learning about cookery, leisure and crafts
... you wish to experience college life that will prepare you for independent living and the world of work.
What will I be doing?
As well as a diverse range of independent living skills, learners will undertake a programme involving the Four Pillars of Learning based around Health and Well-being, Employability, Independent Living and Community Participation. This programme is designed based on a person-centred approach to meet individual needs.
What is expected of me?
There are no formal entry requirements for this course. Learners will under-take a baseline assessment.
What comes next?
Following completion of this course, learners can progress onto pre-vocational qualifications and/or supported employment/training courses.
Throughout the duration of the course, all learners will be allocated a Personal Tutor and they'll receive twice weekly tutorial support. Staff work closely with learners to encourage and develop confidence, self-esteem and other skills to assist independence.
Have any questions or are not sure if this is the right course for you?
Contact our Student Recruitment team