Person centred planning, Independence, functional skills, communication and personal and social development are at the core of our learning programmes. We offer highly individualised programmes in a range of areas including English and Maths, daily living skills, horticulture, cookery and arts and crafts. Learners participate in a range of enrichment activities and community trips and visits.
Learners are offered a three-year placement at the college and study one of four courses as follows
Total Communication Pre-Entry Level
Total Communication and Life Skills Entry Level 1
Total Life Skills and Employability Entry Level 2
Total Employability Entry Level 3
An additional course, Focus Employability, is also now available to enable learners to gain industry-specific qualifications and progress further onto their specific, chosen employment pathways.
For each learner an application process is followed by an individual assessment conducted by a senior leader and the speech and language therapist. On entry to the college a baseline assessment is undertaken and from this the learners’ programme of study is constructed in relation to the outcomes identified in their individual EHCPs.