On successful completion of this course you may progress to Independant Living (Life & Work).
What can this course lead to?
Who is it for?
Focus on developing your personal, social and emotional skills and experience, learning new life skills as well as other topics such as: independent living, personal presentation, personal care, good health and mobility, citizenship, money handling, budgeting, communication and developing friendships. You will also have the opportunity to progress your English and maths and engage in a range of enrichment activities.
What is covered?
You will focus on developing personal, social and emotional skills and experience, learning new life skills as well as:
- Independent living
- Personal presentation
- Personal care
- Good health
- Money handling
- Developing friendships.
There are also opportunities to develop skills that support social and personal development and undertake employability sessions including work experience. There are also opportunities to progress English and maths and engage in a range of enrichment activities.
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)
No formal qualification required.
You will beassessed on their progress throughout the year and build a portfolio of evidence. The work is validated by an external verifier from RARPA. Functional skills will involve tests at the appropriate level.
All of our programmes are underpinned by the opportunity to develop life skills, communication development, travel training and safety in the community.