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NORTH EAST TRANSITION PROGRAMME

Qualification

Course Code

22P1SUP00341

Duration

1 Year

Entry Requirements

There are no formal qualifications required. However, to access the N.E.T course, you should aspire to develop your independence in a college setting.

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:

  • A further one-year course in Supported Studies,
  • A supported Internship or,
  • A community-based provision

What you need to know

IS THIS FOR ME?

N.E.T. is for young people (aged 16-19) with moderate learning difficulties, working at entry level 1 and 2.

HOW AND WHAT WILL I LEARN?

The N.E.T course is about developing the skills to make a successful transition from school to college.

The aim of the course is to develop greater confidence, social skills and self-esteem in addition to developing maths and English skills through practical activities.

The full-time N.E.T. course is delivered in a self-contained space at our Stevenage Campus with sole access to this discrete area and the garden. Activities on the wider site are also timetabled on a weekly basis, to aid future transition.

Learning support assistants will meet and greet you on arrival and stay with the group all day, including breaks and lunch. The timetable runs from 9AM -2. 30PM five days a week and includes:

  • Personal and social development
  • Independent living skills
  • Horticulture and conservation
  • Community inclusion
  • Enrichment, health and wellbeing
  • Self-expression including art and drama
  • Enterprise and employability
  • Practical maths, English and IT skills development

Learning experiences are tailored for each individual throughout the curriculum, with progress and achievement recorded in a portfolio.

LOCATION

Stevenage Campus