City & Guilds Entry Level Award in Skills for Working Life (Entry 3)
To access the course, you’ll need to have an interest in this vocational area of Animal care, conservation and horticulture, and be capable of achieving an entry-level 3 qualification with independent travel skills or working towards it. You’ll also be expected to undertake a functional skills exam in (maths and/or English) by the end of the course.
Future Study and Careers
During your course the college team will work with you, your parents/carers and Youth Connexions to identify next steps which may include:
This full-time course is for young people (aged 16-24) with moderate learning difficulties, working at entry level 3.
The aid of the Land Based course is to prepare students for a higher-level vocational course in these areas or to access supported and open employment in the future. The timetable runs for three days a week from 9am – 2.30pm or 9am – 4.15pm with breaks and includes:
During the year, you’ll complete accredited units in both theory and practical skills development that are subject to change, to suit the needs and interests of the group.
These may include:
By the end of the course, you’ll achieve a certificate in skills for working life (entry level 3) awarded by City and Guilds NPTC.