To access the Multi-skills course you’ll need to have an interest in developing practical multi skills and independent travel skills (or working towards them). You’ll also be expected to undertake a functional skills exam in maths, English or IT 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.
The aim of the course is to prepare students for an entry level 3 vocational course at the Engineering and Construction Campus (ECC) or to access supported and open employment in the future. You’ll learn through a variety of practical activities, which means you’ll get actively involved to help plan your own work and jobs. There’ll also be links to other facilities at the ECC, to aid future transition.
The timetable runs from 9AM – 2.30PM on two days (practical sessions in our self-contained workshop) and 9AM – 4.15PM on one day (at our Stevenage Campus) and includes:
You’ll also be involved in team-building activities such as preparing the workshop at the start of the day and helping with tea break duties.
Maths and English classes are streamed to enable you to develop these vital skills at a level and pace that is suitable for you. By the end of the year, you’ll have the opportunity to undertake a nationally recognised qualification in at least one functional skill.
Learning experiences are tailored for each individual throughout the curriculum, with progress and achievement recorded in a portfolio.
Engineering & Construction Campus